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Have you ever thought about what you want from the library? Maybe there’s a new book you’d love to read but can’t get your hands on just yet. Maybe you could use some study space or tutoring help during the school year. Maybe you’re seriously into gaming and need a fix. Maybe you want to learn a new craft or skill and need some help getting started. Maybe you just need a place to hang out after school. Whatever it is, we want to hear about it!
Stop by the Annex this Thursday, January 19th from 3:30-5:00 pm to enjoy some pizza and let us know. You’ll also have a chance to enter a drawing for a couple of complimentary movie passes from NCG.
If you’re busy and can’t make it, no problem. Just visit this link to complete a brief survey by Wednesday, January 25th and you’ll still have a chance to enter the drawing.
Hope to see you there!
TEEN TIME IS BACK!
Good news! With the library’s reopening, Teen Time will finally kick off Thursday, November 3rd with an Afternoon of Anime, running from 3:00 – 5:00 pm. We’ll have several Miyazaki films to choose from as well as supplies to hone your origami skills.
Remember, Teen Time usually runs Thursdays from 3:30-5:00 pm over in our Woodruff Annex, just behind our main building. Depending on the day, we provide crafts, movies, gaming, snacks, and just a place to hang after school.
It’s that time of year again! With college education deadlines fast approaching, the DeWitt District Library and Sylvan Learning Center have teamed up to help take the guess work out of answering those college admissions essay questions. This one hour seminar will provide you with the information and tips for crafting the perfect essay to increase your chances of admission. You’ll also have an opportunity to schedule a one-on-one consultation to review completed essays.
Monday, November 14th
DeWitt District Library – Woodruff Annex
Register online or via phone at 669-3156
It is around this time every year that high school seniors really feel the pressures that come with applying for college. Most seniors are advised to have their applications completed and turned in no later than the first week of November. So what if you haven’t even started the process? Our recommendation, don’t stress and the Library is here to help! Click on over to our College Prep page for a Senior Guide that includes worksheets and step-by-step instructions for everything you need to get through the college app process. Then consider registering for our College Essay Writing Seminar which will give you the information and tips that you need for completing the perfect admissions essay.