Join us on Tuesday, November 10th from 3:30-4:30 p.m. for the next TAB meeting. You must be a TAB member to attend.
What is TAB?
- TAB stands for Teen Advisory Board
- It is a group of teens who help decorate, plan events, brainstorm, volunteer, and give suggestions to the Assistant Director/Teen Librarian.
- Anyone in 7th-12th grade is welcome to join.
- TAB will meet on the first Tuesday of each Month from 3:30-4:30
- Get an application for TAB at the Get-to-know-you Movie Event or from the Assistant Director/Teen Librarian.
How do I become a TAB member?
- See the Assistant Director/Teen Librarian for a membership application.
- Fill out the application; have your parents fill out their portion; return it to the Assistant Director/Teen Librarian before the first meeting.
Mondays & Wednesdays, 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Hang out at the library after school at the library's informal cafe. Available activities: board games, DIY crafts, and gaming (Xbox 360 and computer). No registration required.
*This program will start on Wednesday September 9th
Table Top Gaming*
Every other Tuesday 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Play Magic the Gathering, the Resistance, and other assorted specialty board games at our bi-weekly gaming club. If there is a game you want to play that we don't have, please give your suggestion to the Assistant Director/Teen Librarian. Bring friends! No registration required.
*This program will start on Tuesday September 15th
Every other Sat., 12:00 to 3:30 p.m. starting Oct. 24th
Join us as we learn to play this fantasy, interactive role-playing game. Each player is assigned a character that then interacts with the other characters. Together players will solve dilemmas, engage in battles, go on adventures, and gather treasure and knowledge. Please register by signing the Official Scroll located in the Teen Room.
Here are some Questions & Answers for parents, and others, who might have questions or concerns about Role Playing games, such as Dungeons & Dragons.
Thursday, December 3rd 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
If you love jewelry and crafting, then you'll love this interactive jewelry making program for teens.
All teens aged 13-18 are welcome at this program led by Staci Herr. Join us as we make a bracelet, and learn about the jewelry making process. There is a $2 fee for this program to cover the cost of supplies. The holiday's are approaching, so come make a bracelet for a family member or a friend. Or, just make it for yourself!
Registration required. Please sign-up at the Circulation Desk.
Monday, December 21st 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Come to our Holiday Party at Teen Cafe!
Join us as we make decorate gingerbread men and listen to Christmas music. If you want to participate in a White Elephant gift exchange, please bring along a small gift. This gift should be something you already own and wish to re-gift. Try to keep it gender neutral (i.e. no jewelry or make-up) and avoid fandoms (i.e. no Doctor Who keychains or Lord of the Rings posters.) Some of the TAB members will even be dressed up as Santa, elves, and reindeer! Also don't forget to bring in a item to donate to Mary's Shelter.
A full list of items to donate to Mary's Shelter can be found here.