Norman Public Library
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 November 2013 03:53
The Norman Public Library is giving teens a lesson in Survival Training unlike anything they’ve likely experienced before. The program gets starts at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 27, with several hours of activities planned.
The workshop will feature four parts:
Survival Guides – both nonfiction and fiction book talks about survival and the apocalypse.
Disaster preparedness – representatives from the Cleveland County OSU Extension Service will discuss handling an emergency or disaster, and each teen will fill a backpack with emergency items and take the backpack home.
Survival Art Expression – a drawing session, where teens will be shown how to make a poster and get to choose their own them to creating the cover to an apocalypse survival guide. No artistic talent is required.
A horror/apocalypse movie rated PG or PG-13. Teens will vote on the movie they’ll view.
All elements of the program will take three to four hours. Participants may attend one or all parts, but backpacks from the disaster preparedness segment will be limited to the first 30 teens who register.
Support from the program comes from the Cleveland County OSU Extension Service and the Friends of the Norman Public Library.
For more information, or to register, call 701-2620 or go online here .