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  • Dec 18

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Build with graham crackers, win prizes for height and creativity!

    Build a simple gingerbread house out of graham crackers and royal icing. We'll start our construction and engineering phase at 4 p.m., and then measure the tallest creation, and vote on the builders' favorite. See if your structure can win you a winter treat!

  • Dec 18

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    Games, DIY projects, writing; something different each week! Open to all middle and high school students. Our Tinker Cart with assorted supplies will always be available in addition to the week's planned activity.

    December 18: DIY yarn-wrapped letter art. Create a statement art piece highlighting your favorite letter of the alphabet. All supplies provided.

  • Jan 4

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math program for ages 10+. Make a colorful paper lantern to celebrate Lunar New year!

    Lunar New Year is January 25, and this coming year is the Year of the Rat. Prepare to celebrate this traditional holiday with a beautiful and colorful paper lantern.

    This craft will require careful cutting using a craft blade, so if this is something your tween/teen struggles with, please be prepared to stay and help out.

  • Jan 8

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Build a rocket and explore the galaxy with this flight simulation video game.

    Pretend you're a small, green alien known as a Kerbal and build a rocket to explore the galaxy! Players can create rockets, aircraft, spaceplane, rovers, and other craft from a provided set of components, then work on various space missions in game mode. Use the tools you’ve learned at previous sessions to create independent projects, or watch tutorials to get started. Limited to 5 stations at a time; register to reserve a station, but registration is not required.

  • Jan 8

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    Games, DIY projects, writing; something different each week! Open to all middle and high school students. Our Tinker Cart with assorted supplies will always be available in addition to the week's planned activity.

    January 8: Writing Club. Creative writing exercises and inspiration.

  • Jan 11

    9:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Kids + 1 gazillion LEGOS = fun. All ages.

    Children of all ages will have the opportunity to be creative by building whatever they want to build with the trunk locker full of LEGOs the library provides. Pirate ships, skyscrapers, flying cars--they're all possible; all you need is imagination and determination.

  • Jan 11

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Someone stole our winter snow! Solve the puzzle to get it back! Best for ages 6+.

    Work together as a family to solve the puzzles to release the stolen snow so we can all have fun sledding and playing outdoors this winter. Puzzles are best for elementary and middle school students working with their adults. Estimated time to solve the puzzles is 45 minutes, but results will vary based on enthusiasm, teamwork, ages and abilities!

Upcoming Teen Events
Books & Reading Homework School Assignments Digital Collection for Teens
Libby
Comics, Music, and more
Hoopla
Free Digital Magazines on your device!
RBdigital
Library Teen Council
Get Involved PDF
Volunteer at the Library
Apply Online
Undefined: An Arts Publication

Upcoming Teen Events

  • Dec 18

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Build with graham crackers, win prizes for height and creativity!

    Build a simple gingerbread house out of graham crackers and royal icing. We'll start our construction and engineering phase at 4 p.m., and then measure the tallest creation, and vote on the builders' favorite. See if your structure can win you a winter treat!

  • Dec 18

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    Games, DIY projects, writing; something different each week! Open to all middle and high school students. Our Tinker Cart with assorted supplies will always be available in addition to the week's planned activity.

    December 18: DIY yarn-wrapped letter art. Create a statement art piece highlighting your favorite letter of the alphabet. All supplies provided.

  • Jan 4

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math program for ages 10+. Make a colorful paper lantern to celebrate Lunar New year!

    Lunar New Year is January 25, and this coming year is the Year of the Rat. Prepare to celebrate this traditional holiday with a beautiful and colorful paper lantern.

    This craft will require careful cutting using a craft blade, so if this is something your tween/teen struggles with, please be prepared to stay and help out.

  • Jan 8

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Build a rocket and explore the galaxy with this flight simulation video game.

    Pretend you're a small, green alien known as a Kerbal and build a rocket to explore the galaxy! Players can create rockets, aircraft, spaceplane, rovers, and other craft from a provided set of components, then work on various space missions in game mode. Use the tools you’ve learned at previous sessions to create independent projects, or watch tutorials to get started. Limited to 5 stations at a time; register to reserve a station, but registration is not required.

  • Jan 8

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    Games, DIY projects, writing; something different each week! Open to all middle and high school students. Our Tinker Cart with assorted supplies will always be available in addition to the week's planned activity.

    January 8: Writing Club. Creative writing exercises and inspiration.

  • Jan 11

    9:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Kids + 1 gazillion LEGOS = fun. All ages.

    Children of all ages will have the opportunity to be creative by building whatever they want to build with the trunk locker full of LEGOs the library provides. Pirate ships, skyscrapers, flying cars--they're all possible; all you need is imagination and determination.

  • Jan 11

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Someone stole our winter snow! Solve the puzzle to get it back! Best for ages 6+.

    Work together as a family to solve the puzzles to release the stolen snow so we can all have fun sledding and playing outdoors this winter. Puzzles are best for elementary and middle school students working with their adults. Estimated time to solve the puzzles is 45 minutes, but results will vary based on enthusiasm, teamwork, ages and abilities!


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