teen services

Programs

Take Home Kit: Self Care Kits for Teens

In honor of World Teen Mental Wellness Day, teens are welcome to stop by The Flint to pick up a self-care kit full of goodies (including a mini bath bomb, a journal with mindfulness prompts, and more)! Available beginning on Monday, May 2nd.

Kahoot! Trivia: Stranger Things

Open up that curiosity door and check out our Stranger Things Kahoot! Trivia Challenge, available beginning noon on Friday May, 13th through noon on Friday, May 27th. Questions will be based on seasons 1-3 of the show and will be geared towards teens.

Book Babble for Tweens & Teens

Join our book discussion group to talk all about the good, the bad, and even the ‘eh, it was just OK’ books, graphic novels, and manga that you’ve read recently! Our next meeting will be Wednesday May 11, 2022 at 3:30PM in person and on Zoom.

T&M: Stranger Things Inspired Canvas Art

Whether you’re trying to make contact with a loved one in another dimension or you’re just a fan of Stranger Things, teens are welcome to make their own light up alphabet-wall canvas art! Available beginning Monday, May 16th while supplies last. 

Teen Leadership Council

Self-motivated and responsible teens can join the TLC to share their ideas regarding tween and teen programs and activities, special events, books, movies, games and more that are offered at the library. Our next meeting is on Tuesday, May 24th at 3:30PM.

Drop-In Game Day for Tweens & Teens

Join us on Wednesday, May 18th at 3:30PM for an afternoon of boredom-busting games and fun! Enjoy some friendly competition with our stash of board games, join Felicia virtually to play Jackbox or Roblox games in-person via a smart device and/or on Zoom.

Movie Night: Spider-Man: No Way Home

Join Peter Parker and Doctor Strange on Thursday, May 26th at 5:30PM in the library meeting room to watch the newest Marvel movie, Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) (PG-13) (2hr 28m)! Registration is not required. We hope that you’ll join us!

Tween & Teen Program Survey

The library is seeking feedback on our tween and teen programming and activities. We want to hear from YOU about the library-sponsored programs and events you want to see at the library. Fill out this quick survey so we can better serve you!

Resources

Permit Practice Test

Eager to get your driver’s license? Prepare for the written learner’s permit exam with these free practice tests that include hundreds of questions similar to those on the official test!

Research Databases

Working on a research paper for school? Use these free online databases to access peer-reviewed academic journals, archived articles from The Boston Globe and The New York Times, and more!

Britannica School

Access to easy-to-read articles and learning materials on a variety of subjects such as art and literature, history, philosophy, science and mathematics, technology, and more.

Pronunciator

Use this fun and free resource to learn any of 163 languages on your desktop or phone with personalized courses, movies, music, and more! Be sure to have your library card number handy.

Past Teen Programs

Teens learned about planetary archeypes and houses of the zodiac at our Intro to Astrology class with Laura Campagna!

Teens got into the festive spirit with these gumball machine ornament take and makes in December!

These DIY enamel pin take and makes had teens unleashing their creativity and spicing up their wardrobes!

These haunted house shadow box take and makes had everyone in the spooky spirit this past Halloween!

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