See the Teen Calendar for specific dates and times.
Monthly Events (September-May)
Teen Advisory Group (13-18 years)
TAG is a group of enthusiastic teens that plans future teen events, recommends new YA books, and gives suggestions for teen services. Applications for new members will be available in August.
Fandom Craft Night (12-18 years)
Geek out over your favorite fandoms at this monthly craft night. Each month features a different fandom, from Harry Potter to Star Wars.
DiversiTeen Book Club (12-18 years)
Join in friendly discussions with other readers about books that highlight diverse characters and experiences.
Our Fall 2017 book selections include: American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, The Boy in the Black Suit by Jason Reynolds, and Amina's Voice by Hena Khan. Visit our YouTube page to watch book reviews and author interviews.
Adulting 101 (15-23 years)
Getting ready to move out on your own is tough. Get advice and tips on moving out, cooking, getting a job, and more,
Beginner Ukulele Lessons (12 years & up)
This fall, the library is offering monthly ukulele lessons for teens and adults. No experience is required, but you need to bring your own ukulele and tuner. The library has a limited number of ukuleles available to use at the lessons.
Registration is required. Register online for the series beginning September 1.
Girls Who Code Club (Grades 6-12)
Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. The Friends of the Library sponsors a club at the library for students in grades 6-12. Club members learn how to code at their own pace in a comfortable environment. They put their coding skills by completing a group impact project to solve a community problem.
Registration for the 2017-2018 school year is closed. Information about joining next year's club will be available in July 2018.
Teen Nights (12-18 years)
Teen Nights are special events just for teens. Past events have included video game tournaments, movie nights, book release parties, and scavenger hunts.
Held in early March, the Teen Job Pfair is a great opportunity for teens to meet prospective employers.
Teen Tech Week is when libraries make the time to showcase all of the great digital resources and services that are available to help teens succeed in school and prepare for college and 21st century careers. Teen Tech Week takes place during Spring Break.
Teen After-Hours Party
Teens celebrate the end of Summer Reading Program with a special teen-only event held after the library closes.
In September, we invite artists, authors, and voice actors to take part in Q&A panels and book signings. Activities include gaming, comic- and manga-related crafts and a cosplay contest for all ages.
Teens celebrate books and reading for a week in October each year.
Celebrate all things Star Wars and the joy of reading at this all ages event held in December.