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How to survive a fairytale | an after hours event fri | feb 15 | 5-8pm
It's time for some GIANT fun with a night of Life-sized games including Candyland, Jenga, Sorry, Kerplunk, and more!
Check-in for the event begins at 5:15pm. No teens will be admitted before that time. The doors will be locked at 5:30pm. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
If you have any questions, please contact Miss Jessica: email@example.com
Download the permission slip HERE or pick one up in TeenHQ.
Location Hours contact
Greenwood Public Library Monday - Friday Teen Librarian, Jessica Smith
Teen HQ 1-5pm firstname.lastname@example.org
310 S. Meridian St. (317) 883-4245
Greenwood, IN 46143
What Board Games do we have?
7 Ate 9 Exploding Kittens Pictureka Trouble
Apples to Apples Find It Ping Pong Twister
Backgammon Forbidden Island Pit Uno
Barrel of Monkeys The Game of LIFE Racko Wonky
Batman Fluxx Hit the Deck The Resistance Yahtzee
Battleship In a Pickle Scrabble Slam Zombie DIece
Buzz Word Jenga Sentinels of the Multiverse
Candyland King of Tokyo SET
Carcassonne Lord of the RIngs Chess Settlers of Catan
Checkers Monopoly Sheriff of Nottingham
Chess Monopoly Deal Smash Up
Clue Monster Fluxx The Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game
Code Names Munchkin Adventure Time Space Team
Connect Four Munchkin Deluxe Splendor
Cuponk Mysterium Star Wars Chess
Daybreak Pandemic Tessen
Disney Trivia 2 Pass the Pig Ticket to Ride
Dungeons and Dragons Pick Up Sticks Tiny Epic Galaxies
Who can play a board game at the hangout?
Board games are available in TeenHQ during The Hangout hours and are reserved for library patrons between the ages of 11 and 18 (grades 6-12). The Children's Department has a cabinet of games for K-5 patrons. Games are not available for take-home checkout and must be played in the building.
Please let the Teen Librarian know that you are interested in a game, and she will sign it out to you. Teens are responsible for returning all games to the Reference Desk before they leave.