Library hosts Hunger Games party
The Camas Public Library is hosting a party for teens to celebrate the debut of the best-selling book “The Hunger Games” as a major Hollywood movie. The party will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, March 22. Teens in seventh- through 12th-grade are invited to come to the library for an afternoon of themed activities.
Attendees will eat food from “The Arena,” build a mini bow and arrow, create a “muttation,” learn bird calls, participate in a “tracker jacker chase” and Cornucopia competition, learn emergency first aid tips and join in a free raffle.
There will be a bonus prize for all who come in costume.
Required registration can be completed by stopping in the library, 625 N.E. Fourth Ave., or by calling 834-4692.
For more information, contact Ellen Good, youth services librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AP testing sign-ups open
The sign-up period for Advanced Placement testing at Camas High School in May will continue through Friday, March 23. Students who qualify for reduced fees may obtain a form from the counseling office. Qualifying students pay $15 per test for up to three tests, and $53 for each additional test.