September 19, 2017
The Woodland Public Library’s Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is hosting its’ Second Annual Yolo Youth Rally on Saturday, October 7 from 10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the library’s makerspace, Square One.
It is open to all high school students in Yolo County. The cost is $10 per student and includes lunch. Students keep everything they make.
This Yolo Youth Rally is a special Arts and Maker Edition. Students can learn how to create and express themselves through different forms of artistic media. Students can participate in four out of the 10 workshops offered. Each workshop is hands-on fun designed for beginners.
Natalie Richardson from Pioneer High said, “I’m excited for the Youth Rally and to offer unique experiences to other students.”
Mia Piazza from Woodland Christian said, “You had me at MAC makeup.” This is a great chance to learn techniques from a professional makeup artist.
Kai Owens from Woodland High School said, “I’m looking forward to using the 3-D printer.”
All three students are members of TAB. They volunteered at the first Yolo Youth Rally, which was held last year at Woodland Community College and focused on life-skills such as, “How to Vote” and “How to do your own Taxes.”
The Second Annual Yolo Youth Rally: Arts and Maker Edition will give teens the opportunity to learn to use equipment that most won’t ever have the chance to use as high school students. The variety of workshops ensure that students can explore different creative interests.
Sign up soon! Class sizes are limited and open to Yolo County high school students. Parent or Guardian permission required for the Yolo Youth Rally. Students can purchase tickets online at www.woodlandlibraryteens.com or the library’s website at www.cityofwoodland.org/library.
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