See the Teen Calendar for specific dates and times.
Teen 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 are available in August.
DiversiTeen Book Club (12-18 years)
Join in friendly discussions with other readers about books that highlight diverse characters and experiences, while you eat cookies. Free book copies are provided, while supplies last. Some of the club's favorite past reads include The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang, Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu, and Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz.
Pflugerville Ukulele Club (12 years & up)
Meet other ukulele players and learn songs to play together. Beginners are welcome to attend, but please note that instruction will not be provided.
Teen Ukulele Club (12-18 years)
This teen-only club is perfect for beginners that need a little help picking up new chords. Each month, we'll vote between two songs and learn (very slowly) how to play the chosen song.
Cosplay & Costuming Club (12-18 years)
Teens will meet other cosplayers, work on projects, share costuming tips, and learn new cosplay methods from special guest speakers.
Homeschool Teens (12-18 years)
Teens meet once a week September through May to socialize, play games, make crafts, and learn new skills.
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 ages 13-18. Club members learn how to code at their own pace in a comfortable environment and then work together on a group project in the spring.
Registration for the 2018-2019 school year is closed. Information about joining next year's club will be available in July 2019.
Held in early March, the Teen Job Pfair is a great opportunity for teens to meet prospective employers.
Teen After-Hours Party
Teens celebrate the Summer Reading Program with a special teen-only event held after the library closes.
Teen Anti Prom
Anti Prom is a safe space for all teens to dance (or not) the night away. We have not decided if there will be snakes or snacks at the next anti prom.
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.
Celebrate all things Star Wars and the joy of reading at this all ages event.