Teen & Tween Programs

Teens aged 16 and up should check out the adult section for additional programming. All programs require registration, so call to reserve your spot today!

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) Meeting
2nd Thursday of the Month

Our TAB is a group for 10-14 year olds who want to eat snacks, contribute ideas, and have a voice about library programs, services, the collection and more! Each month we will have a different activity

                                             September 13 Name that Candy Bar
                                             October 11 Campfire
                                             November 8 Pudding Pictionary

Fortnite Fridays
Fridays: Sept. 14 & Oct. 12

The game everyone can’t stop playing! Join a team of 4 on our laptops for ‘Battle Royale’ modes. You can bring your own mobile device or just cheer on your friends. Food will be provided. This game is rated Ages 13+, so anyone under the age of 13 needs a permission slip from their parent.

Anime Club
Tuesdays: Sept. 18, Oct. 16 & Nov. 13

Come to discuss your favorite Manga or binge watch some Anime and don’t forget to bring a fellow otaku! We will provide snacks and raffle prizes. Grades 6-12.

Are You FAFSA Ready?
Thursday, October 4

With FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) completion beginning October 1, it is important that students and parents are prepared. This workshop will discuss how the financial aid process works, provide tips and strategies on how to get ready for FAFSA completion and give an overview of new guidelines and updates. Handouts provided. Recommended for high school seniors.

Holographic Pumpkins
Wednesday, October 24

Make a trendy holographic pumpkin to add to your fall décor! You are welcome to bring your own plain, small craft pumpkin or use one of ours.

Show Me the Money: Scholarship Tips and Strategies
Thursday, November 15

This workshop will provide practical tips and strategies parents and students can use to obtain money for college. They will be given specific resources to jumpstart their search. The instructor, Brenda High (also known as “Scholarshopmom”), has helped hundreds of students obtain full tuition scholarships. Handouts provided. Highly recommended for Grades 9-11.

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