Teens: Comic Book Day at the Shoreline Library Saturday

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Have your photo taken with
Storm Troopers at the Shoreline Library
during Comic Book Day
Three big events for teens and families at the Shoreline Library Saturday feature games and comic books. 345 NE 175th, Shoreline.

Free Comic Book Day 10am to 3pm for Teens, Children and Families, and Adults too!

Comic shops across the country are giving away comics for Free Comic Book Day and we're joining the fun! Come by and pick out some FREE comic books to keep. Come early since comics are only available while supplies last. Plus, meet and have your picture taken with Stormtroopers and other characters from the Star Wars universe from Seattle's Garrison Titan!

Make Your Own Comic Book with David Lasky, for Teens, 3-5pm

In 90 minutes you are challenged to make your own 8-page mini graphic novel. Cartoonist David Lasky will guide you through the book-constructing and storytelling process. Supplies and basic drawing tips will be provided. Drawing skills are not all necessary; the only prerequisite is a desire to communicate through the medium of comics. Shoreline Library Small Meeting Room.
Registration required by May 2 at 5pm. Form is here. Attendee must be between the ages of 10 Years and 18 Years old.
Game On! Special Edition 12pm to 2pm

Enjoy a little healthy competition by playing Wii and Xbox 360 games in this special Free Comic Book Day edition of Game On! Plus, have some snacks!
Shoreline Library Large Meeting Room


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