Young Adults

Painting Coin Banks for Teens

The library will host Lee from Paintbrush Pottery and teens, ages 9 -18, will be able to paint a pre-selected* coin bank!  Lee will take the painted banks to fire them at the ceramic studio and then bring them back to be picked up at the library where you attended the program. 

Note: Banks are not fully completed on the same day; you will be called when your bank is ready to be picked up.

Registration is required.  Space is limited! REGISTRATION OPENS AFTER MEMORIAL DAY!!

*When registering, you will select which bank you would like to paint. The studio is only bringing the selected banks, please be certain of your choice!

YOU MAY ONLY ATTEND ONE,  pick Springboro or Franklin!

Animals Alive Teen Program

Boonshoft Museum of Discovery Education Animals are coming to Springboro Library!

Programs are conservation-based, and explain how important each of these creatures is to the environment.

Teens, ages 9-18, can get up close and personal and learn about the behaviors and habitats of some of their adorable, cuddly, creepy, and crawly animals.

Space is limited and registration is required. REGISTRATION OPENS AFTER MEMORIAL DAY!!!

Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants & More

Why do you always hear to eat the rainbow?  Is there a difference between vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals?  Learn what these words actually mean and how they play a role in our overall health and disease prevention.

Emily Ludwig graduated from the University of Kentucky with a BS in Dietetics and a MS in Nutrition and Food Systems.  She has a variety of experience helping individuals learn various skill sets such as weight loss strategies, athletic nutrition strategies, healthy cooking, disease prevention education, grocery store navigation, and much more.

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