Leap Day Week Scavenger Hunt!
February 26 – March 1
Leap into a fun game during Leap Day week!
Solve riddles by finding clues hidden throughout the library! Be sure to stop by the Youth Services Department to get in on the fun!
Teen Programming & Services
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
Join us for an after-school movie with your friends! Movies will be voted on each month by the Teen Advisory Board 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
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!
Teen Advisory Board
Do you have ideas for the Youth Department at the library? Projects you’d like to do, events you’d like to put on? TAB is the perfect place for you!
Your voice matters, and we want to hear what you have to say! Join TAB and be a part of making the library a great place for our community’s youth.
Teen Subscription Bag
This passive program for teens happens seasonally.
Sign up and you’ll get a bag with a library book or two to check out, snacks, a couple crafts, and some surprise goodies!
Spring Bag Sign Up: February 20 – March 15
Spring Bag Pick Up: March 25
Teen Culinary Club
In this eight week course, 6th-12th graders will learn basic culinary skills and craft recipes in the library’s program room with our Adult & Teen Programming Librarian, Alisha Hughey.
At the end of eight weeks, club members will have a binder full of recipes and their own apron to take home!
Space for this program is very limited, and registration is required. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for open registration announcements!
Short Film Club
Write, edit, shoot, and screen your own short films!
You’ll get a chance to make movies with your friends, screen them, and receive feedback.
Meets biweekly on Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00 pm.
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.
Click the icons below to gain access to these online resources!
INSPIRE is a service of the Indiana State Library. INSPIRE is supported by the Indiana General Assembly through Build Indiana Funds, The Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act and in partnership with the Academic Libraries of Indiana.
Currently, we have over 75,000 professionally written problems and thousands of distinct practice tests across 150 subjects. This includes subjects like history, math, foreign languages, and science for all experience levels. We also have practice tests and problems for common standardized tests like the ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, ISEE, and SSAT.
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