This Friday the 13th, the Louisville Free Public Library is hosting its second annual Survivor Night after-hours teen event at the Main Library.
Survivor Night, part of the Teen Summer Reading program, is for teens 12 to 19 years old, and features an evening of workshops, games, and activities including:
- Astronaut Training 101
- How to Survive an Animal Attack, presented by Metro Animal Services
- QR Code Scavenger Hunt
- “Hunger Games” inspired activities
- A Special “Fear Factor” featuring fresh fruit
- Egg Drop Survival Contest presented by a physics professor from The Speed School of Engineering
- “Glee” Karaoke with plenty of microphones
The night culminates in a free rock concert featuring local teen band, Forever Fades Away, according to a library news release.
Survivor Night is free and open to teens ages 12-19. The event is scheduled for 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Main Library, Fourth and York streets downtown.
Click here to register, or call 502-574-1724 for more information.
“Survivor Night” is part of the Library’s annual Teen Summer Reading Program, designed to inspire reading for fun through the summer. For more on TSR, click here.
Pick up a Teen Summer Reading card, read 4 books, magazines, or graphic novels and do 4 of the activities listed between June 1 and August 11, return the card to any public library location by August 11 and get these prizes:
A USB wrist band
Free passes to Louisville Science Center, Locust Grove, Rauch Planetarium, Louisville Bats game, Squire Boone Caverns
Free music lesson at Mom’s Music
Free Frosty from Wendy’s
Free Lemon Ice from Fazoli’s
Free passes to U of L sporting events
The program is open to 6th – 12th graders one time during the summer. You must be present to receive prizes and you cannot collect prizes on the same day you receive your folder.
Also be entered to win one of these Grand Prizes:
$100 gift card to Barnes & Noble Book Store, Netbook computer or U o fL football tickets.