Imagine walking down by the river at night and seeing a female apparition in white crying “Mis hijos, donde estan mis hijos?” If this ever happens to you, then you’ve encountered La Llorona. There are many versions of the legend across Latin America and the South West but they all have the same thing in common. La Llorona is a female ghost who cries out for her children at night by the river which is where they drowned. By the way, it’s not a good sign if you see or hear her. This is one of the bogey man type figures parents use with their children to make them behave.
You’re free2PLAY DDR & Guitar Hero 3 on Saturday, June 21 from 1-3 pm. at the Dublin Library as we welcome summer and kick-off our Teen Summer Reading Game. Join us for fun and games and sign-up for “Freak Encounters: Explore the Unexplained” at the same time.
Now that the last few strenuous weeks of dances, field trips, locker cleaning, and yearbook signing are over, you may be wondering what you’re going to do with all your spare time. Here are some ideas: On Tuesday, June 17, bring your friends to the Albany Library for an afternoon of Dance Dance Revolution, music, snacks and fun. While you’re here, sign up for the teen summer reading program. You’ll get prizes just for reading, and can enter to win an iPod Shuffle. Come back to the Albany Library and rock out with an afternoon of Guitar Hero on Tuesday, July 15. We’ll wrap up the summer with a very special after-hours event in August. Stay tuned!
Just in time for Friday the 13th…
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If fantasy isn’t your thing, try the sister site at Escape Pod for science fiction podcasts. And just in time for Friday the 13th, the horror podcasts at Pseudopod. There are also forums for each site.
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