Teen/Tween

Fall Programs for Grades 6-12

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Monthly Programs

All programs will start at 4:30 p.m. on Discord unless otherwise noted.
Email Ms. Courtney for the invite link.


Film Fanatics logo imageFilm Fanatics

Keep it reel in the Library with a different movie theme each month. Films are voted on by the Teen Advisory Group. Movies may be rated up to PG-13.

September 2:
Movie Mocking — Twilight
October 7:
Musicals — Hocus Pocus
November 4:
Blast from the Past — The Breakfast Club
December 2:
Classic Sci-Fi — A Wrinkle in Time

Fandom Trivia logo

Fandom Trivia

One fandom, voted by the Teen Advisory Group, is featured each month in an epic game of trivia. Winners will receive a special prize! 

September 9:My Hero Academia
October 14:Halloween (Disney and horror movies)
November 11:A Wrinkle in Time
December 9:Happy Holidays

AniMangaAniManga teen program

Alright, Icyhot, it's time for anime! Watch popular anime shows and talk about the manga series you just can't put down.

Dates: September 10, October 8, November 12, December 10



Teen Time logoTeen Time

Bring it on! Play fun Jackbox games and prove you're the ultimate gamer. Winners will receive a special prize!

Dates: September 16, October 21, November 18, December 16



Teen Advisory Group logoTeen Advisory Group (TAG)

Earn volunteer hours and plan teen programs. This is a great opportunity to meet other teens and make a difference at the Library. Streamed on Zoom. Email Ms. Courtney for more info. 

Dates: September 23, October 28, November 25 (November meeting will be held 4-5 p.m. due to Library holiday hours)



Special Events

Teen Writing Contest

Write a short story, 500 word maximum, on the monthly theme. Winners will receive a free book, recognition on the Teen Blog, and will help decide the prompt for next month's contest. September's theme: Write a story that begins and ends with someone looking up at the stars. Email your submission to Ms. Courtney by September 21 at 11:59 p.m. to be considered.

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Let's Talk College

Do you know what it really takes to get into college? On Tuesday, September 15 and Tuesday, October 6 at 7 p.m., Erika Dietz of Guru Academic Advising will discuss college planning via Zoom. This presentation will go beyond the basics and teach students and families what they can do to make their college applications stand out from the pack. Students and parents will leave with information that will empower them to tackle the process of getting into college with less stress and better results. 


This is a digital presentation via Zoom. For instructions on how to join, please email Morgan Norman.