Celebrating International Games Day

We’ll always love books at the library (obviously,) but we’re gamers too. So we celebrated International Games Day with a Just Dance dance party and a Super Smash Bros tournament.

And playtime isn’t over yet.

Kids can join us for an afternoon of gaming when our new Video Game Club launches next year.

Our first meeting is at 4 p.m. on Thursday, January 19, at our Main Branch. We’ll be playing Mario Kart! (Remember, blue shells ruin friendships.)

There will also be tabletop and board games to play, so you can still have fun while you’re waiting for a controller.

We’ll meet the third Thursday of each month—each time with a different mix of games. It’s free and open to all kids in third through sixth grade.

If you’re in seventh grade or older but still want to play, check out the Clashing Controllers Club where we host monthly video-game tournaments. Our next one is Dec. 20 at our Lake Branch. The tournaments are free to enter and open to all teens. No registration necessary.

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