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Monday, Oct. 9 | 11 a.m.-3 p.m. | Grades 1 and up

Play online using the library's laptops and iPads, create and solve building challenges, make and take Minecraft swag, solve the Minecraft Escape Room, and more. 

Minicraft VR Virtual Worlds

11 a.m.-11:45 a.m. | 12-12:45 p.m. | 2-2:45 p.m.
(space is limited - please register for only one session) 
For 4th grade and up | Board Room 
Do you like building in Minecraft? Do you want to use virtual reality to explore a scene you built? Learn to use a VR creator to make a Minecraft scene, or something entirely new.  

Minecraft Escape Room

11-11:30 a.m. | 12-12:30 p.m. | 1-1:30 p.m. | 2-2:30 p.m. 
(space is limited - please register for only one session)
For 4th grade and up | Conference Room 201 
Solve puzzles and answer trivia questions to unlock a box and escape before the Creepers come. 

Open Play

11:00 - 3:00 
For 2nd grade and up | Meeting Room 
Bring your laptop and play on the library's server. Bring your mobile device and connect with other Pocket Edition players. No registration required. 

Search for Steve and Enders 

11:00 - 3:00 
Pick up your game pieces and prize at the Kids & Teens Ask Us Desk. 

Other Activities 

11:00 -3:00 

  • Pixel LEGO Wall Challenge at the LEGO Wall 
  • Minecraft Photo Booth 
  • Mini-Minecraft LEGO Building 
  • Glass Bead Magnets and Pixel Picture Art in the Wouldshop 
  • Character Perler Beads and Button-Making in the Youth Room

What is #LibSocial? It's a series of programs specifically for 20-30somethings at the Indian Prairie Public Library. We offer regular programs, board game nights, and art therapy nights. For readers, there is also a GenLit book club that meets monthly at local restaurants, as well as a special collection of books for 20-30somethings.


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Calling all teen musicians - Do you have The Sound?soundrescheduled

Solos, duos or groups--any style of music. We want YOU to participate in IPPL's fifth annual Teen Music Fest.

Submit your application and demo by July 15 for your chance at fame and cash prizes! 

  • 4-5 solos/duos and four groups will be selected by IPPL's Teen Advisory Board to perform live at the Indian Prairie Public Library on Saturday, July 22 starting at 6:30 pm.
  • A panel of judges will award prizes for the top act in each category.
  • A fan favorite will be chosen by text-in vote, so bring your friends.

The Sound Application 2017

Event Information, Rules & Regulations

Applicants must submit a demo of their music to complete their application. Audio files and/or links to an act’s YouTube, Vimeo, or SoundCloud or other music page can be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. In the email, include the name of your act and primary contact person. Applicants may submit CDs, DVDs, and flash drives with audio or video recordings as well. Applications will not be complete until a demo has been received. Demos not received by the deadline of 9:00 pm on July 15, 2017 will not be considered.

In the event that more acts submit an entry form than spots allow, some acts may not have the opportunity to participate in the live event. We will notify all acts of their acceptance in the final competition beginning Sunday, July 16, 2017.

The Details:

  • Acts who are chosen to perform in The Sound must be available the evening of Saturday, July 22, 2017 beginning at 5:00 pm.
  • All performers must remain on site throughout the entire event.
  • Performers must be between the ages of 12-18.
  • A sound system and microphones will be provided for the contest. Performers must provide all other musical instruments and amps necessary for their performance. Performers are responsible for their own equipment.
  • Each act will be allotted a 10-minute set. 
  • Performers may play original work or covers. All acts must be performed live on stage.
  • Cash prizes will be awarded to the top solo/duo and to the top group act. The Fan Favorite Trophy will be awarded to the act which receives the most votes through a texting poll.
  • All performers agree to have their name, voice, and/or likeness used in any advertising or broadcasting material related to this contest without any compensation or rights to royalties for such use.
  • Band names and lyrics of performance songs must be suitable for a family audience. 

Judging Criteria

Judges will assign a score out of 100 for each act using the following criteria:

  • Musicianship - 50 points
  • Presentation (enthusiasm/attitude/energy/engaging the audience) - 25 points
  • Creativity - 25 points

Scores from each judge will be averaged, and the highest score in each category (solos/duos and groups) will be awarded a cash prize.  In addition, a fan favorite trophy will be awarded to the act which receives the most text in votes.

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