Wednesdays bring a creative variety of teen events

Teens talkThe Tecumseh Public Library resumes its series of Wednesday afternoon activities geared to teens at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15.

Ages 12 to 17 are invited to take part in a variety of activities most weeks school is in session. The schedule for August features:

Aug. 15 – Teens Cook Dessert, a lesson in making an easy seasonal dessert;

Aug. 22 – Feed Sack Bags, a creative way to make a book bag from a feed sack;

Aug. 29 – ACT Prep Class No. 1 – Explore some of the databases and resources the library has for preparing for the ACT test in part of a series this fall. Customers that attend will be served pizza, drinks and dessert.

Registration is required in advance separately for each program.

Learn to clog and be part of the parade

PLS logoThe Tecumseh Public Library presents a series on Beginning Clogging at 5 p.m. on Mondays the library is open July through September, and participants in the class will get a chance to be part of a routine being presented as part of Tecumseh’s Frontier Days Parade Saturday, Sept. 15.

Instructor Deigh Taylor will lead the class, and she is looking for beginners of all ages to come be part of the clogging performance and learn more about the dance in general.

Registration in advance is required to participate.