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It's ALL about the Teens!
Teen Programs
Begin at 5pm unless stated otherwise.

 

Teen Tech Time

Monday through Thursday 4-5:30 in the Young Adult Space!

 

 

MARCH Teen Programs

March 1: Arts and Crafts

March 2: Facts: St. Patrick's Day

March3: Nutritious snacks (March is nutritious food month)

March 7: Group Reading

March 8: Board Games

March 9: Debate with Staff member (Thalia)

March 10: Card games

March 14: Movie night

March 15: Career discussion

March 16: Brain Teasers

March 21: Women's History Awareness ( March is Women's history month)

March 22: Library Spring Clean up

March 23: Poem Writing

March 24: Egg painting

March 28: Tweens Book Club: Ivan the Terrible

March 29: Teens Book Club: Julius Ceaser

March 30: Egg Hunt

March 31: Bingo

 

 

APRIL Teen Programs

April 4: Arts and Craft
April 5: Volunteer Applications
April 6: Career Discussions
April 7: Teen Job Search
April 11: Group Reading
April 12: Planting Flowers
April 13: Game Night
April 14: Make your own snacks: Cannoli's
April 18: Learn how to play Chess
April 19: Tween Book Club: Death Note 10
April 20: Movie Night: Hunger games Catching Fire
April 21: Carton Drawing
April 25: Gestures and other fun gamesApril 26: Teen Book Club: Uglies: Shay's Story
April 27:Poetry Reading
April 28: Nutritious Snack

 

 

TEEN Book Club Member
(and 2013 Library Champion) Victoria Cattelona reviewed "Ender's Game":

"Orson Scott Card’s science fiction masterpiece Ender’s Game is a tale of glory and honor bestowed upon the young Ender Wiggin, a condemned “Third”.  As a child, he is selected for the prestigious Battle School where he cultivates his leadership and logistical skills. Ender, however, confronts self-doubt and uncertainty as he is isolated during his military preparation. He must eventually go to war, and the future of the human race depends on his success – if he can even survive the existing pressures of school with his resentful peers. With edge-of-the-seat action, Ender’s Game is a novel of overcoming fear and determining trust amidst deception. Card expertly weaves a story placed in a futuristic society where humans have already begun to colonize the distant planets of outer space. An alien race threatens human existence once more as tensions grow among the Earth’s nations; Card thus contrasts the worries of his time with the aspirations of a shared future in technological advancement. The book is an adventure at its core, and Card’s protagonist emerges a hero of noble proportions. With wit, pathos, and anticipation, Card sets the scene for a thriller that reveals more about humanity than it does about the possible life beyond our world."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What's New?

Now you can practice for the NJ Permit test, take a study course and more @ your library!

BATTER UP!  Officer Daniel Richards took some time to play ball with the teens and tweens outside the Library!