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Teen Area!

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Programs & Activities

Programs for Teens

ps4 gaming - Fridays at 1:30pm (July & August)

Students age 10-14 are invited to a new summer program...PS4 Gaming. Every Friday at 1:30pm you can come to the Library and try our new PS4 console. Games provided. No registration. Free!

Teen Summer Reading Contest

A contest just for high school students. Each time you use your library card to check out books, magazines, movies, music, video games, etc. you will be asked to fill out a ballot for a monthly draw. Prize is a $25 gift certificate to Staples!

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Student Volunteers

A great way to earn 40 hours of community involvement or service. Fill out an application form at the library. Students also require a valid police check.

Beyond Books - YA (teen) Blog

Beyond Books (BPL teen blog)

Earn volunteer hours by being a guest author on the Library's teen blog. Review books, movies or video games. Post your photography, artwork, creative writing. Email Sue at b.yondbooks@gmail.com.

Teen Area

Visit the Young Adult corner on the second floor of the library. The area includes a place just for teens to sit, read, meet friends, do homework or just chill. The YA collection is chosen with teens in mind and includes Graphic Novels, Video Games, Magazines a great selection of young adult books. Check out our new couch and bistro table. Free wireless access with your library card!

Resources for Teens

teen reading
  • Adult and juvenile fiction, non-fiction and reference
  • Young adult fiction and non-fiction; subject specific for teens
  • Graphic novels
  • Magazines including Snowboarder, Seventeen, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, Car & Driver, Teen People, Teen Vogue
  • Electronic resources and online databases
  • A great selection of music