Prom Expo 2013
Are you ready for prom? We are!
Though Prom Expo 2013 has passed, DC Public Library is still your one-stop shop for all things prom.
Hot Looks, Cool Books| Prom Expo 2013 | Prom Workshops | Your Prom, Your Way Video Contest
|Custom Couture: 32 Ways To Transform Your Wardrobe With Needle And Thread|
by Helene Le Berre
|What Should I Wear?: Dressing for Occasions|
by Kim Johnson Gross
|Bobbi Brown Makeup Manual: For Everyone From Beginning To Pro|
by Bobbi Brown
by Belinda Hay
|Details Men’s Style Manual|
by Daniel Peres
|It's a Curl Thing|
by Jacquelin Thomas
YA Fiction Thomas
|Tape It & Make It|
by Richela Fabian Morgan
YA 745.572 M849
|A Really Nice Prom Mess|
by Brian Sloan
YA Fiction Sloan
|It’s Our Prom|
(So Deal With It)
by Julie Ann Peters
YA Fiction Peters
We had a fantastic time at your Prom Expo hosted by Despina Ades, Miss District of Columbia Teen USA 2013.
Here's #dcplpromexpo tweets and photos from the event:
There are no more workshops this year. Come back for more fun in 2014!
The Prom Expo Video Contest is closed. Look back next year for details on the next contest.
Do you have great pickup lines for snagging a date? Do you have fabulous ideas for hair and makeup? Whatever it is, use your creativity and create a video about prom YOUR way. You can enter three ways:
- Come to the Teen Space at your local library location to pick up release forms and upload your video.
- Upload your video on YouTube tagged with the letters YourPromYourWayDC.
- Email your video to email@example.com.
All people captured in the video must be between the ages of 13 and 18 and must submit a release form, either via email or to a neighborhood library. A maximum of six people are allowed in each video entry.
Two winners will be announced -- our Prom King and Queen -- at the Prom Expo on April 6, 2013 and will win free hairstyling, haircuts, a dress and tuxedo!
Want to know more? Here's the rules for entry.