15 S. College Ave.
Oxford, OH 45046
13 - 18
Teen Writing Contest
"Our Own Words"
Tuesday, September 9 - Friday, November 14
Get ready to let your imagination and creative energy run free for the
Lane Libraries' teen writing contest. All short story and poetry writers
are welcome to submit their work. Contest rules and entry forms are available
at any Lane location or at www.laneteenzone.org. Awards night is Thursday,
December 4, 7:00 p.m. at the Fairfield Lane Library.
Die Book Group ®
Wednesdays, Sept 10, Oct 8 & Nov 12
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Suave suits, techno gadgets, espionage; pick up one of these books where
the action is so intense you'll have to read it all - before someone dies.
September 10 - H.I.V.E. by Mark Walden
October 8 - Choose from: Storm: The Infinity Code by E.L. Young,
SilverFin by Charlie Higson or Fight Game by Kate Wild
November 12 - Spy High by A.J. Butcher
@ the Book
Monday, September 15 - Monday, October 13
Sink your fangs into this blood-curdling contest to win delectable goodies.
Fill out and turn in the form for every spookily themed book or manga
you read. The winner will be announced at Books with Bite and posted on
Tuesday, October 14, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Dare you come face to face with Teen Read Week? Celebrate with vampire
book discussions, crafts and more activities about your favorite Nosferatu.
Check www.laneteenzone.org for more details.
with Bite Blood Drive
Friday, October 17, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Ages 16 - up
Show your dedication to your favorite vampire by donating your blood!
The Community Blood Center's donor coach will be parked in the Lane parking
lot. Picture ID must be provided and those who are age 16 must have a
signed parent permission slip. Check www.laneteenzone.org for more details.
the Ellipse: Drawing 3D Objects with Diane Stemper ®
Thursdays, October 23 & November 13
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Participants will learn about and practice placement of shadows, methods
of shading and squishing ellipses so that objects look 3D. We will explore
drawing different types of objects, natural and mechanical, and will experiment
dividing up the page in interesting ways. Different media will be explored.
Registration is for both sessions.
Friday, November 14, 3:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Ages 14 - 18
Need a new anime to watch? How about an old anime you've never heard of?
This month we'll watch the classic Revolutionary Girl Utena. Utena
becomes involved in the Student Council's secret dueling club for the
Father-Daughter Author Team
Wednesday, November 19, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Local authors Ned Webb and Kalinde Webb discuss writing The Short-Legged
Fisher Boy of the Land of the Left. This talk also concludes the Community
Book Circles project co-sponsored by the Miami/Talawanda Partnership and
the Oxford Lane Library, featuring cross-generational groups of readers.