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April is National Poetry Month, and tweens ages 10 to 13 can celebrate by creating blackout poetry at the Garland Library’s Tween Scene programs in April. Attendees will use pages from old books to make blackout poetry, or poetry created by marking out words from previously published works. Tweens will circle the words they want in their poems with crayons or markers and draw or color over the rest of the page. The design they create on the page is meant to express the meaning of their poem.
6:30 p.m., Thursday, April 4
South Garland Branch Library
6:30 p.m., Thursday, April 11
North Garland Branch Library
Tween Scene is a program series designed for youth ages 10 through 13 that consists of activities related to fun and interesting themes. Participants also receive book recommendations based on each theme.Please be aware that photographs and video may be taken at Library programs for use in print and/or electronic media at the Library’s discretion.