Teens

Teen events are only for those in grades 6 – 12.

23rd Annual Teen Poetry Contest

Calling all teen poets! Starting Thursday, January 3, 2019 the library will accept entries from local teens in grades 6 through 12 for our Annual Teen Poetry Contest. The contest will close for entries on Friday, March 1, 2019 at 4 PM. Finalists will be invited to read their poems aloud and winners will receive cash prizes at our Poetry Contest Awards Ceremony & Reception at the end of April. Complete information about the contest, including rules, submission form, and other details can be found on the Teen Poetry Contest Page.  Enter now!

 

Girls Who Code LogoGirls Who Code Club – REGISTRATION OPEN!

Mondays 3:30-5PM
Starts February 4, 2019

Interested in building a website or cool app?  Want to work as a team and build a project you care about?  Join our new Girls Who Code Club. This club is free for teens in grades 6-12.  No coding experience necessary. Just bring your commitment to trying something new. Register here!

Interested in helping facilitate the club?  Facilitators must be 18+ years old and have a passion for the mission of GWC.  Coding experience a plus. Please contact Meghan at karasin@noblenet.org

 

January Events

 

Teen Snack & Study Sessions

Tuesday January 15 and Wednesday January 16 1-3PM
Sohier Room

Need a place to study, alone or with friends, for exams? Come to the library for a moderately-quiet place to work on projects and homework. Snacks will be provided.

 

 

The Hate U Give posterPizza & A Movie: The Hate U Give (PG-13)
Thursday, January 24 3:30 – 6PM
Sohier Room

Join us for The Hate U Give on the big screen…with free pizza!

 

 

 

 

Looking Ahead

Wolf HollowPizza Book Club: Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk

Wednesday, March 6 3:45-4:45PM
Sohier Room

Read a great book, discuss it, and eat free Pizza! Pizza Book Club is open to teens in grades 6-12, but is especially good for middle school. (Briscoe students: Ask your ELA or Reading teacher if Pizza Book Club can fulfill your independent reading requirement.) Our book this quarter is Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk. Pick up a copy at the circulation desk on the 2nd floor of the library. This event requires registration – so we have enough pizza!  Register here!

 

 

The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is Now Accepting Applications!

Interested in helping plan and run teen programs, select books and suggest improvements to teen services?  Apply to join TAB today!  Click here for the application and contact Meghan at karasin@noblenet.org with any questions.