Creepy, haunted, and terrifying…not just stories in a book, or images on a movie screen. If you are interested in all-things-scary and horror filled, Teens Reading Beyond Reality, at the library in October is for you. Chilling…eerie…real-life ghost hunters, based-in-facts investigations are just part of the mind-expanding programs lined up in the teen department for the month of October at Moore Public Library, 225 South Howard in Moore.
“Teens, join us at the library, and be ‘freaked out”, says Teen Librarian, Leanne Cheek, “the programs we have going on are designed to be thought provoking, focusing on other worlds and other dimensions…the macabre, the scary, and being creative in the horror genre…all perfect topics to interest and excite teen imaginations.” The possibilities inside the covers of a book, or inside the doors of the library, are endless…so anything goes.
Monday, October 12 at 6:00 p.m. Psychic Realms. Delve into the mysterious interpretations of auras, crystals, and tarot. Is it the past, the present or the future? Explore color vibrations, strength in crystals, card symbols, and how readings are done and interpreted. What is the meaning in light and colors? Intriguing information from the Fourth Dimension, beyond sight and sound, beyond physical reality.
Thursday, October 15 at 5:00 p.m. Monster Make-Up. Perfect timing for Halloween, teens can learn to make realistic scars, facial contouring, shadows, blood and much more. Be as horrifically creative as you dare to be.
*Monday, October 19 at 6:30 p.m. Paranormal Investigator, Tonya Hacker. Do you believe that there is more than just “us” in this existence? Defying human explanations…ghosts…spirits who walk…doors that open without explanation…hot and cold vapors…voices, but not people…the weird…the unusual…Psychic phenomenon of all types: this is Tonya Hacker’s world. Hacker has been a paranormal investigator for over ten years and has some hair-raising experiences to share. Learn what to do and what not to do in hunting psychic, beyond-reality sightings. Door prizes of Hacker’s book, “Ghostlahoma” will be given away. People of all ages are welcome to this fascinating program: teens bring your friends, family, and all those with a sense of adventure.
Monday, October 26 at 5:00 p.m. Flashlight Painting. Bizarre! Unique and creative photography-light-art done in the dark! In a dark room, teens will experiment using colored lights, flashlights both moving and reflected, varying intensity of lights, and trailing lights. Creating designs captured in slow shutter speeds with the camera; exciting and eerie pictures are formed. Teens can take home their photographic creations, and all materials will be provided.
A journey to the ‘dark side’ awaits the brave! Registration is required for each program. Visit the Information Desk, call 793-4349, or sign up at our website online at www.justsoyouknow.us