June Teen programs at the Newton Free Library

An Evening with School of Rock Boston’s Jazz Ensemble, Tuesday, June 5, 7:00 pm in Druker Auditorium
Founded in 1998, the School of Rock (SOR) is the nation’s premier performance-based rock music after-school and weekend program. Boasting over seventy branches nationwide and three in Mexico, SOR teaches guitar, bass, vocals, keyboards, drums, and combines weekly, private music lessons and group band rehearsals for children ages 6 to 18. To date their students have played thousands of concerts to more than 100,000 people at such legendary venues as The Roxy, The Big Easy, and BB King’s Blues Club in Times Square. Boston is the first SOR to host a jazz spin-off program. Join them at the Newton Free Library on Tuesday, June 5 at 7:00 pm for a free concert under the direction of Pat Speece. All are welcome.

Teen Summer Reading Program Ice Cream Party Kickoff, Tuesday, June 26 at 3:00 pm, patio outside Children’s Room (Druker Auditorium rain location)
Kids in grades 6-12, celebrate summer and the Newton Free Library’s Teen Summer Reading Program at an ice cream parry. Register for the Teen Summer Reading Program, pick up a handout, learn about online sign-up and how you can win prizes! This year’s theme is Stretch Yourself @ Your Library. Try reading a new genre, listening to an audiobook, or reading a cookbook so you can try a new recipe.

Questions? Email Teen Librarian, Liz Rowland, lrowland@minlib.net.
For more information call the Newton Free Library @ 617-796-1380