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Anime Club for Teens Held by Library
The Anime Club is back by popular demand for teens in grades six through twelve. No registration required.
Join for a kawaii crafting and anime night. Participants will be making kawaii (cute) mini erasers shaped like sushi, hamburgers, and other food stuffs from kits imported from Japan.
Look for voting opportunities to watch favorite anime episodes or anime movie on our Teen Space Facebook page ahead of this event.
More About Naperville Public Library - Naper Blvd. Library
The Naperville Public Library has more than 827,000 books, periodicals and downloadable items in the stacks of its three libraries, Nichols, Naper Boulevard and 95th Street. The library had 1,875,460 people visit its three branches in 2009. Or, another way to look at it is that every resident of Naperville visited the library 13 times last year. The Naperville Public Library has been named the number one library in the United States 10 years in a row for its effective use of funds. A wealth of information is available for residents through the library's online databases. Programs are offered for all ages, including a summer reading program, which has about 8,000 participants.