Teen Scene is currently on summer break and will be back in the fall!
Looking for something to do after school? Make art, perform experiments, play games, and hang out with friends at the library!
Snacks will be provided!
Teen Scene: Movie Edition
Teen Scene: Movie Edition is currently on summer break and will be back in the fall!
Join us for an after-school movie with your friends! Movies will be voted on each month at the regular Teen Scene meeting and will be rated G or PG. The chosen movie will be shown on the big screen in the new program room.
Snacks will be provided!
Teen Book Club
Teen Book Club is currently on summer break and will be back in the fall!
Book Club shouldn’t feel like another homework assignment. That’s why there is no assigned book in Teen Book Club!
Read whatever you want, then join us to talk about it and hear what others have been reading!
Meets the last Tuesday of each month.
You can do so much more than just borrow books from the library!
The library’s Young Adult area is set up with everything you need to relax and have fun after school! Play games on our gaming computers, grab a snack from the vending machine, and enjoy lounging in comfy chairs. We offer free Wi-Fi and tons of resources for your homework. You’re also welcome to join fun programs like Teen Scene and Teen Scene: Movie Edition!
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