Whether you wear bracelets right now or not, you can’t deny that a bracelet containing a 1 GB USB drive is pretty cool. We thought so too, and that’s why we wanted to let you know that you can claim one of these FREE bracelets this month. The Indianapolis Public Library has a special initiative group called Teen Scene, and they are the ones offering the FREE bracelets.
So how do you literally get your hands and wrists on one of these high-tech bracelets? If you are a kid between the ages of 10 and 17, head to either the Central Library or your closest participating library branch (we know for sure that the Garfield Park and Fountain Square Branches are participating) and fill out a crossword puzzle about Teen Tech Week. Once you’re finished, you can walk out with one of the FREE bracelets.
While you’re there, of course, Teen Scene hopes you’ll stick around and check out other cool programs being offered this month. If the topics of 3D printing, live switchcraft, or duct tape tech cases sound interesting, you’ll find something fun for you. Finally, you can enter in an upcoming drawing for an iPod Touch before you leave. The library may be known first and foremost for books, but technology is alive there too.