Believe it or not, duct tape is in style. From its strong adhesive properties to its diversity in function, the tape doesn’t seem to lose its good name. But now the household product makes a bold attempt at being a part of a young adult’s statement of self and style. Many young adults are embracing the wallets, purses and other accessories made of the product that goes like candy off the shelves of a hardware store. On Monday, the Forest Park Library invites kids in fifth through eighth grade to the Duct Tape Creations Workshop. Even if parents don’t entirely see the brilliance of the duct tape style, they can take comfort in the fact that the workshop is free. The creation of a duct tape wallet is one thing that the library will teach, but there are a lot of other cool items that will be created. Kids can participate in the workshop to find out, and parents can look forward to what is brought home. Register your fifth-through eighth-grader in this workshop by calling 366-7171 or by going to www.fppl.org. The workshop is on Monday, Feb. 9, at 4 p.m. in the Austin Room. The Forest Park Public Library is at 7555 Jackson Boulevard.