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

23rd Annual Teen Poetry Contest

The submission period for the Teen Poetry contest has ended.  Our judges are currently reviewing all the entries and finalists will be notified in early April.  For more information about the contest, please visit our Teen Poetry Contest Page. 


March Events

Pizza & A Movie: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Thursday, March 21 3:45-6PM
Sohier Room

Join us for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald on the big screen…with free pizza!


April Events


Pizza and a Movie: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse

Friday, April 19 2-4 PM
Sohier Room

Bored and hungry during school vacation? Come eat free pizza at the library while you Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse on our big screen!


Pizza Book Club: The False Prince by Jennifer Nielsen

Tuesday, April 23 3:45-4:45 PM
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. (Beverly Middle School students: Ask your ELA or Reading teacher if Pizza Book Club can fulfill your independent reading requirement.) Our book this quarter is The False Prince by Jennifer Nielson. 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!



23rd Annual Teen Poetry Contest Ceremony

Wednesday, April 24 at 7 PM
Sohier Room

The library’s highly competitive Teen Poetry Contest received 507 entries this year! At this ceremony and reception, selected teen finalists will read their poems aloud, winners will be announced, and prizes will be awarded. Finalists and their families, participants in the contests, teachers, and all others, are welcome to attend. Join us for a night of excitement and amazing local poetry! A reception with refreshments in the Barnet Gallery will immediately follow the ceremony; no registration is necessary.

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.