Programs for Tweens and Teens

Book Character Pumpkin Contest
Families can create a book character pumpkin (uncarved) at home then bring them to the library during the month of October for patron voting during our Book Character Pumpkin Contest! We will pair your completed pumpkin with the related book before displaying it! The winning pumpkin will be announced on November 1 and will receive a $40 Target or Amazon gift card!
Please bring all pumpkins to the library no later than Friday, October 8, and be sure to leave your family name/phone number along with your pumpkin. Feel free to “name” your pumpkin!
Teen Paint Night: Storybook Direction Arrows
We are inviting teens in Grades 6-12 to help us with a fun library project: designing and painting storybook direction arrows that we will place on our outdoor lamp posts! All supplies and snacks will be provided. Just bring your creativity and your ideas! Registration required.
Friday, October 8 at 6:30 pm – Masks are required for all indoor programs.
Middle Grade Sculpting
Students in grades 4-6 are invited to join us monthly for sculpting class using various materials, such as wire and clay, and various techniques taught by our local artist Michelle! All materials will be provided. Registration required.
Wednesdays at 6:30 pm: October 13 (wire sculpting), November 10 (clay sculpting) and December 8 – Masks are required for all indoor programs.
In Their Shoes Book Group
We are trying something new that you’ve been asking for: a book group specifically geared to students in Grades 5-8! You don’t need to feel “committed,” just read and attend when you can! This book group will tackle topics you’ve asked about: body image, race, immigration, LGBTQ+ and more. Group goals are two-fold: place yourself in someone else’s shoes through the power of the author’s voice, and use your voice to express how you feel about the book, the characters, the topic or just anything on your mind! Simply register, pick a book up at the library, read (no worries if you don’t finish), then meet up at the library for some great snacks and cool conversation! Registration required.
Thursdays at 6:30 pm: October 14 (Starfish by Lisa Fipps), November 11 (Black Brother, Black Brother by Jewell Parker Rhodes) and December 9 – Masks are required for all indoor programs.
Teen Paint Night: Canvas Painting
Teens (Grades 6-12) can join local artist Michelle to paint a beautiful artistic creation with step-by-step instructions. Our program will be held after-hours in our Discovery Center area. Registration required.
Fridays at 6:30 pm: November 5 and December 17 – Masks are required for all indoor programs.

New September Teen Books

TEEN EVENTS 

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OverDrive: Download and borrow eBooks for FREE with your library card. OverDrive is the library’s primary eBook and audiobook lending site. Digital Magazines now available! 

Check out OverDrive’s new, easy-to-use app, Libby. FREE app to download to your device.

Need more help? Check out the OverDrive Help Page. 

 

Hoopla Digital:  Borrow and stream FREE music, movies, TV shows and audiobooks with your library card. NO WAITING! ALL CONTENT ALWAYS AVAILABLE. You can check out items for one week and borrow 10 items per month.  You can even download items to have them available when you aren’t connected to the Internet.

Flipster: Read popular magazines cover-to-cover on your computer or mobile device. Titles available include, People, Entertainment Weekly, Sports Illustrated & more!

 

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