Registration for the 2018 Summer Reading Program is open now!
To register, you’ll just need to visit the teen area at the library.
You do not need a library card to register and participate in Summer Reading!
For all of the information on this year’s program, check out our blog.
Looking for something to do after school? Make art, perform experiments, play games, and hang out with friends at the library!
Snacks will be provided!
Teen Scene is over for now! We hope you’ll all participate in the 2018 Summer Reading Program. We’ll see you again in September!
Teen Scene: Movie Edition
Join us for an after-school movie with your friends! Movies will be voted on each month at the regular Teen Scene meeting and will be rated G or PG. The chosen movie will be shown on the big screen in the conference room.
Snacks will be provided!
Teen Scene: Movie Edition is over for now! We’ll see you again in September!
You can do so much more than just borrow books from the library!
At the library, you can…
Play games on the library’s computers! Join in fun programs like Teen Scene! Celebrate holidays with special programming! Play Bingo with your friends and family to win fabulous prizes! Just check the library’s calendar to see what events are happening this month!
Lounge with your friends after a long day of school on comfy couches in the Teen area!
Access our free WiFi on your laptops, tablets, and smartphones by connecting to YPL Guest!
Borrow Kindle devices fully loaded with the latest popular Young Adult fiction!
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