If you’re an expert on social media, memes or online games, we have the challenge for you! Check out the STREAM Lab each week throughout the month of March to test your internet knowledge with a new trivia question. Correct answers will earn you a treat. Come back the following week to see if you […]
What goes down in the library when everyone goes home? See for yourself at our after-hours event for teens and tweens. Enjoy pizza and snacks, play games, win prizes, make art, or just hang out with friends. You decide. For grades 6-12. Registration required.
Get ready to run, dodge, and dive through the library during our biannual after-hours Nerf battle. We will supply some equipment, but feel free to bring your own. Snacks will be provided. For patrons grades 5 and up. Registration required.
It’s Computer Science Education Week, and we’re bringing out all our cool tech. Play with robots, experience VR, and play video games while enjoying snacks and pizza after the library is closed. For grade 6-12. Registration required
We’re recruiting crafty teens to help us create artwork for our 2019 summer reading program! Design something surrounding the theme of outer space, using the slogan “A Universe of Stories”. All submissions must be received by 9:00 PM on January 31. In addition to your design being used in promotional materials, the winner will also […]
During the week of October 8, we’re bringing back the Fall Fine Forgiveness program! During this week-long period, late fees of up to $10 per account will be waived on all returned books, CDs, DVDs, and other materials, no matter how long overdue. This program allows us to recover materials and gives all library members […]
What goes down in the library when everyone goes home? See for yourself at our new monthly after-hours event for teens and tweens. Enjoy pizza and snacks, play games, win prizes, make art or just hang out with friends. You decide. For patrons in grades 6-12. For more information, stop in the library or give […]
This program discusses how animals function in their habitat, and how the environment affects them. Natural and man-made problems will be addressed, and animals across different habitats will be represented. Join us as we learn how we share the planet. Registration required.
Are you looking for ways to give back to your library and your community while having fun at the same time? Join ADL’s Teen Advisory Group (#TAG). TAG is an informal, fun group of teens who meet monthly to play games, have pizza, plan library programs, test out new services for teens, and more. TAG […]
What will you invent this month? Discover your inner builder. Duplos are available for littlest inventors. For creative geniuses of all ages. No registration required. December is Leo Ornaments.