It’s National Poetry Month! I know, you say. But wait…poetry can be a powerful form of expression. Check out this blog post for a cool story on how two teen girls connected through words.
This program gives families the tools needed to reduce the risk of substance abuse. The consequence-driven program includes dramatic scenes, law enforcement and a conversation with an addict in recovery. Bring your teen March 30 or 31.
Teens, funnel your energy and creativity into something super geeky by participating in our Teen Tech Week events March 10 and 12.
TAB, the library’s Teen Advisory Board, has mashed-up another video book review. This time they set their sights on the Harry Potter series, recalling their favorite elements and reacting to appalling face-swap pictures. We like to frighten them. If you have any suggestions for what book or series they should review next, comment below.
Hang with friends and create, write, play games, cook, sew, sing and maybe even learn something cool! There’s something to appeal to every interest or hobby. Check out these programs geared toward teens.
Teen program for 11-18 year olds Winter holidays = cookie making time! Bring a friend and learn to follow a simple recipe.Each person gets a portion of dough to be made into your own cookie creation to share or devour by yourself. All ingredients are provided. Lingo Story Room Friday, December 20 3:30-5:00 pm