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Teens
Teen Writing Club 
2nd and 4th Saturday of the month at 1 PM 

A friendly and creative atmosphere to share and perfect your writing craft!


Teen Scene
Every Thursday at 4pm

June 9: Maker Mania
June 16: Teen Anime Club
June 23: Mod Podge 
June 30: Pokemon & Magic the Gathering Tournament
July 7: Bad Art Night
July 14: Cosplay Corner
July 21: Coloring for Teens
July 28: Be Your Selfie

Teen Scream
Fridays, June 10 & July 8, 7pm
Stop by after hours for free soda, popcorn, and a scary movie! 
June 10: Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, July 8: The Forest

Hang Out at the Branch
Friday, August 5, 7pm
Hang out with us and celebrate the end of summer! Come dressed in your favorite costume and enjoy music, ice cream floats, and games like Mario Party! If you prefer the outdoors, then hang out by the fire pit, roast some s'mores and tell a few ghost stories. Anyone who has completed at least 1 hour of volunteer work at the library may attend.


OverDrive

More teen eBooks are available online at OverDrive's website.

How to Access Databases
To access databases from a library computer, go to the research page. 

To access databases from home, go to the
 Online Catalog, enter your library card number and PIN, then select online research.

(Please ask a librarian if you have any questions
about the databases.)



Homework Help

The library has a wide variety of books, magazines, and databases to help you with your homework. Ask the librarians how we can help you today.

Students can access Learning Express Test Preparation and Student Research Center (both listed under Online Resources).  Users will need a library card to register and create a free account to access these resources.

KHAN ACADEMY is another recommended free resource for all ages.