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Teen Anime Day

Teen Anime Day

The annual Teen Anime Day is going virtual! All Teens ages 11-19 are invited to register for a special Teen Anime Day To Go activity kit and to attend a special Zoom party with the Davenport Public Library, the Figge Art Museum and special guest, “JAPANNA” anna ito, founder at Japan Shinzen Art and Culture International! Each Teen Anime Day To Go kit will include cups of ramen, tea, and candy sushi supplies plus some simple crafts, drawing activities, and swag. Registered teens will be invited to attend a virtual Teen Anime Day on Saturday, Nov. 21 at 1:00pm featuring a live trivia contest with prizes, greeting-card-making featuring Japanese calligraphy and creative-ZEN meditation, group drawing activities, demonstrations of the crafts and snacks included in the kit, and more! Contact Amber at acarlson@davenportlibrary.com with questions. Supplies are limited and registration is required.

This kit is expected to be available for pickup Friday, Nov. 13 and will be held through Wednesday, November 25. You will receive an email when your box is ready to be picked up. Kits not picked up by end of day on Wednesday, November 25, will be made available for those on the waitlist or for outreach. If you need a later pickup date, please contact Youth Services at ysp@davenportlibrary.com.

Boxes may contain choking hazards, skin irritants, or products that can be harmful if swallowed or used inappropriately. Boxes may also contain items that will stain or damage clothing and/or furniture. By requesting a Teen Anime Day box, you are agreeing that you will supervise the use of its contents/products, and that you will not hold the Davenport Public Library, the Figge Art Museum, Japan Shinzen Art and Culture International, or their staff liable for any injuries or damages that result from the contents of the box.

Date:
Saturday, November 21, 2020
Time:
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Campus:
Virtual
Audience:
  Teens  
Categories:
  Celebration/Party     Educational  
Registration has closed.

From JAPANNA anna ito:

The purpose of greeting-card-making is spreading love & kindness. In my 30 minutes video, first I will welcome people to TAD. And then, I will briefly practice meditation-like activity with participants, and help them relieve their stress and create peace in their mind. And then, I will explain a little about Japanese traditional brush calligraphy font style & equipment, teach how to use a bamboo brush pen, let them practice writing in copy paper or something, and then finally start writing a certain Japanese calligraphy symbols in the greeting card.  I hope kids & their parents will enjoy the activity together. Participants will be able to mail the greeting cards with their love in the holiday season.

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