The Library provides programs that are meant to enrich your lives, enhance your knowledge and encourage socializing with your peers. All of the programs indicated as "teen" are open to any student in Middle or High School.

Tween/Teen Overnight with Sue Smith and Sue Gomes Girl singing Karaoke

Friday, April 21 from 7 p.m.- Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Spend the night at the Library! Using the Library’s GoPro, create a video of what mischief stuffed animals get into when children drop their beloved friends off at the Library for a sleepover. Later, enjoy video games, karaoke, a movie, goofy spooky storytelling, group games and possibly some sleep. We will serve pizza, snacks and smoothies! Bring your own sleeping bag and pad to sleep on. Anyone from 5th grade through high school is welcome! Sign up is required. Please sign up by April 18.

Calming Yoga for Autism and ADHD

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Tuesday, April 25 from 3 – 4 p.m.

In this class we will explore gentle yoga and breathing techniques. There are many benefits of yoga, including stress relief, building strength and flexibility and relaxing the muscles, breath and mind. During the practice we will learn calming breaths and movements that can be used at home and in the community. This is a supportive environment; all abilities are welcome. We will have time for questions. Sign up is required for this program

“May the 4th Be With You” Star Wars Day with BB8

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Thursday, May 4 from 2:30-3:30 p.m.

May the 4th be with you as you try to maneuver BB8 through a Star Wars Obstacle Course. You will get 3 tries and we will take your best time to determine the winner. Or make a Princess Leia headband or Yoda Ears using the materials we provide. Test your Star Wars knowledge with our trivia questions.

Half-day! Anime, Kendama & RamenImage of a Ninja

Friday, May 19 from 12:30—3 p.m. Love Anime Movies? It’s a half-day at the M/HS. Stop by after lunch to watch Princess Mononoke and then try out a Kendama, a wooden skill toy from Japan and have ramen noodles.

Attention Teen Volunteers (ages 14 and up)!

We are looking for a few good workers who are interested in helping out at the Library this coming summer. If you can give 1-2 hours per week, please stop by in May and fill out an application.

Teen Advisory Group

We are looking for teens to join our Teen Advisory Group. This essential group helps library staff decide what programs to offer for Middle and High School students. Members also suggest items for the library to purchase and help promote programs at the school. Please let us know at the main desk if you are interested in joining.






Borrow a Brain Teaser

During those long cold days of January and February, we will have some puzzles for you to try out while you’re chillin’ at the library. Sign them out at the main desk.

Cupcake Wars

February 11 from 6-8 p.m.

Show off your creativity and gourmet flare

as you create 3 designer cupcakes on a

“book” theme. We will have ingredients

for you to use in this timed competition.

You will present your best selection to the other

contestants as well as to a group of discerning judges who will choose the winners. Bring your taste buds since you, too, will have an opportunity to do some tasting. Sign up by February 10.

Teen Geek Squad

Do you want to use your tech skills to benefit the Library? We could use your help as we plan some fun and techy projects utilizing your skills. You are the experts so share what you know! Please call the Library or stop by to find out more about it!


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