June 13th – 30th Teen Activities

June 13th – 30th Teen Activities

June 13th – 30th Teen Activities

Teen Anime Club
Monday, June 21st at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.
 

Teens ages 12-18 gather together to watch anime favorites, chat about manga, and play games. No need to apply — just show up!

This month we will have a Pokémon the First Movie Popcorn Party!

Email Gina @ gina.m@madisonlib.org for more information.

Teen Dungeons & Dragons
Wednesday, June 23 at 4 – 6 p.m. in the Community Room

Join in on an epic adventure! Create your own character, let the dice choose your fate, and interact with others to see where the quest takes you. 

Sign up or RSVP for this upcoming session of Dungeons & Dragons. Join our Discord server to connect with fellow adventurers and to learn more.

For teens 12 – 18 years of age. 

 

Teen action council have a say in what goes on at the library for teens
Madison Bibliomaniacs Teen Book Chat
Monday, June 28th at 4 p.m. in the Community Room.

 

Who loves to read?? This is a fantastic opportunity to meet and discuss the love of books with others who appreciate the written word as much as you. 

June’s Bibliomaniac book will be The Eleventh Hour by Graeme Base. Bring your detective skills to solve the who-dunnit mystery of the book by decoding the puzzles on each illustrated page. And of course we will have treats!

 

Summer Teen Crafts

Every Thursday during Summer Reading, a new take ‘n go Teen Craft will be available at the front Circulation Desk.

While supplies last. For ages 12 – 18.

Instructions and material lists can also be found on our website, under “Teen Zone,” and on our YouTube channel. 

June 17: Wall Hanging Button Holder

June 24: Hedgehog Earbud Holder

 July 1: Pokémon Terrarium

July 8: Monkey  Fist Knot

July 15: Cut-Paper Fox Tin Art

July 22: Paper Firebirds

July 29: Shadow Art

 

 

 

Summer Reading has STARTED

Sign-ups are now in the front lobby area at the booth.

Each year, from June through July, we host Summer Reading. Our program for teens has lots of events and parties. 

The 2021 Summer Reading Theme is “Tails and Tales.” The possibilities are endless!

Teen Short Story Writing Contest
 
  • Participants must be ages 12 – 18 to enter
  • Open to Madison Library District residents only
  • 2,000 word maximum
  • Limit 1 short story per person
  • Must include an animal as part of the main story
  • No photos or illustrations
  • Work must be original, not previously published, and titled
  • Submissions that are deemed inappropriate, culturally inaccurate or possess negative stereotypical characterization will be disqualified

HOW TO SUBMIT:

  • Email your original work to Gina Miller or bring a hard copy into the library.
  • Subject line must say: “Tail”ish Tales Contest.
  • Please include your name, age, and phone number in the email.
  • Paste or type your short story in the email itself. Attachments will not be opened.

DEADLINE:

All entries must be received by Monday, July 26th, 2021.
Winners will be announced on Friday, July 31st, 2020 via Facebook, Instagram and email.

PRIZES:

First prize- Scrivener writing software ($50 value).
Second prize- Fat Cat’s movie date pack.
Third prize- Florence’s Candy box of chocolates.

All three winners will receive publication online at www.madisonlib.org and an award certificate.

For more information please email Gina Miller.

Teen action council have a say in what goes on at the library for teens

Summer STEM: UV Animal Challenge

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!Make a cute little animal from pipe cleaners and beads. The kit includes beads...

JULY 16th – 31st Teen Activities

TEEN ANIME CLUB Monday, JULY 19th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Come join fellow Anime lovers and watch "My Roommate is a Cat," a fun show about the lives of Haru, a cat from the streets, who is found and adopted by Subaru, an introverted writer.  For ages 12...

Summer STEM: Exploding Soap

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!Let's have some fun with soap and a microwave! What happens to an ordinary piece...

SUMMER STEM: Food Web Puzzle Game

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!It's the Circle of Life... Use the supplies in the kit to learn about nature's...

July 1st – July 15th TEEN Activities

Young League of Writers Monday, July 12th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Connect with fellow writers to learn how to create characters who grow, transform, and have greater depth.  Our Discord Server is another place to chat and discuss writing. Click below to...

JULY Kid and Tween Activities

Summer Reading Final month of Summer Reading - last day to sign-up is July 24th and program ends July 31st.  Each year, from June through July, we host Summer Reading. We have programs for all ages.  The 2021 Summer Reading Theme is “Tails and Tales.” The...

JULY Adult Activities

Adult Summer Reading Explore Tails and Tales at the Library this summer by researching animals in all their habitats. Each time you complete a “Research Area” by reading 1000 pages of your choice, bring your log into the Library for a small reward.   If you...

Summer STEM: Toothbrush Critters

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!Learn about circuits while making a neat little bot critter that vibrates!...

Summer STEM: Outdoor Art

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!How tall is a giraffe? Find out with the Outdoor Kit! Have even more fun creating...

Summer STEM: Binary Code Animals

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program was made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!Learn about binary with these code art animals! Things you will need include:...

Late March Teen Activities

Late March Teen Activities

Late March Teen Activities

Teen Anime Club: My Hero Academia movie 

Monday, March 15 at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.

 

Teen action council have a say in what goes on at the library for teens

Teen Take N’ Go: Mosaic Stash Box

Our second teen craft take n’ go kit for March will be mosaic stash boxes, available starting Thursday, March 18th. Instructions will be available on our website and our YouTube channel.

Madison BiblioManiacs: Manga and Graphic Novels

Monday March 22nd, 4:30-5:30 pm in the Community Room.

Grab a graphic novel or manga, join our month-long Discord chat, and then meet up for a Manga Mash with Asian treats.

Madison BiblioManiacs: Manga and Graphic Novels

Adventures in Bywater

Our monthly D&D one-offs take place in the town of Bywater. Bywater rarely sees travelers of any sort, but the valley offers plenty of adventure to the Daring and Bold. From the Kobold Caverns in the South, to the Troll filled mountains of the east. Those ready to seek their fortune may well enough find it in Bywater.

Sign up or RSVP for this month’s session of Teen Dungeons and Dragons! We’re playing Wednesday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. via Zoom. You can join us for fun tidbits and discussion during the month via Discord.

Summer STEM: UV Animal Challenge

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!Make a cute little animal from pipe cleaners and beads. The kit includes beads...

JULY 16th – 31st Teen Activities

TEEN ANIME CLUB Monday, JULY 19th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Come join fellow Anime lovers and watch "My Roommate is a Cat," a fun show about the lives of Haru, a cat from the streets, who is found and adopted by Subaru, an introverted writer.  For ages 12...

Summer STEM: Exploding Soap

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!Let's have some fun with soap and a microwave! What happens to an ordinary piece...

SUMMER STEM: Food Web Puzzle Game

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!It's the Circle of Life... Use the supplies in the kit to learn about nature's...

July 1st – July 15th TEEN Activities

Young League of Writers Monday, July 12th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Connect with fellow writers to learn how to create characters who grow, transform, and have greater depth.  Our Discord Server is another place to chat and discuss writing. Click below to...

JULY Kid and Tween Activities

Summer Reading Final month of Summer Reading - last day to sign-up is July 24th and program ends July 31st.  Each year, from June through July, we host Summer Reading. We have programs for all ages.  The 2021 Summer Reading Theme is “Tails and Tales.” The...

JULY Adult Activities

Adult Summer Reading Explore Tails and Tales at the Library this summer by researching animals in all their habitats. Each time you complete a “Research Area” by reading 1000 pages of your choice, bring your log into the Library for a small reward.   If you...

Summer STEM: Toothbrush Critters

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!Learn about circuits while making a neat little bot critter that vibrates!...

Summer STEM: Outdoor Art

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program is made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!How tall is a giraffe? Find out with the Outdoor Kit! Have even more fun creating...

Summer STEM: Binary Code Animals

Our Summer STEM from Your Library program was made possible by our sponsors: the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho STEM Action Center. A big thank you to them for their support!Learn about binary with these code art animals! Things you will need include:...

February Dungeons and Dragons

February Dungeons and Dragons

February Dungeons and Dragons

Adventures in Bywater

Our monthly D&D one-offs take place in the town of Bywater. Bywater rarely sees travelers of any sort, but the valley offers plenty of adventure to the Daring and Bold. From the Kobold Caverns in the South, to the Troll filled mountains of the east. Those ready to seek their fortune may well enough find it in Bywater.

Sign up or RSVP for this month’s session of Teen Dungeons and Dragons! We’re playing Wednesday, February 24th at 4:00 p.m. via Zoom. You can join us for fun tidbits and discussion during the month via Discord.

Teen Craft: Paper Firebirds

Put your origami skills to use by crafting this incredible Paper Firebird! The method used is similar to making a crane, but with fun embellishments. The materials needed for this craft: Paper  Glue stick Scissors Twist ties Optional: fox template Inspired by this...

JULY 16th – 31st Teen Activities

TEEN ANIME CLUB Monday, JULY 19th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Come join fellow Anime lovers and watch "My Roommate is a Cat," a fun show about the lives of Haru, a cat from the streets, who is found and adopted by Subaru, an introverted writer.  For ages 12...

Teen Craft: Cut-Paper Fox Tin

Cut paper is a unique type of art form, where the cut paper is used to create an intricate pop-out effect. Use your kit or gather the materials needed to make this amazing piece of art! The materials needed for this craft:  Paper (brown, greens, blues, orange, white,...

Teen Craft: Monkey Fist Knot

Time to make this awesome Monkey Fist Knot keychain! The materials needed for this craft:  Paracord, about the length of an arm length to the other arm Marble Optional: hot glue gun to glue ends to prevent fraying

Teen Craft: Pokémon Terrarium

Create a natural home for some new Pokémon buddies, included in the kit. To make this craft, you will need: Small rocks/gravel Potting Soil Grass seeds Terrarium/clear enclosed container Optional: Pokémon Fill the bottom of your terrarium with small rocks (keep some...

July 1st – July 15th TEEN Activities

Young League of Writers Monday, July 12th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Connect with fellow writers to learn how to create characters who grow, transform, and have greater depth.  Our Discord Server is another place to chat and discuss writing. Click below to...

Teen Craft: Hedgehog Earbud + Cord Holder

Make this Hedgehog Earbuds Holder and Case to have a place for your earbuds so you can easily find them. Or use it to keep your cords neat and tidy.  The materials needed for this craft:  Felt, roughly 4x5 inches Thread & needle Large button Sharpie Scissors

June 13th – 30th Teen Activities

Teen Anime Club Monday, June 21st at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Teens ages 12-18 gather together to watch anime favorites, chat about manga, and play games. No need to apply -- just show up! This month we will have a Pokémon the First Movie Popcorn Party!...

Teen Craft: Button Holder

Create a fun way to display your collection of pins and buttons! Collect more with each Teen Summer Reading prize.  For this craft you will need:   11x17 burlap cloth 4 - paint stirring sticks String, for hanging Scissors Glue gun Optional: Mod Podge + torn paper...

June 1st-12th Teen Activities

Summer Reading Sign-ups start June 7th in the Community Room Each year, from June through July, we host Summer Reading. Our program for teens has lots of events and parties.  The 2021 Summer Reading Theme is “Tails and Tales.” The possibilities are endless! Teen Short...

February Dungeons and Dragons

January Teen D&D

January Teen D&D

Missing: Magic Experiment #23

Answers to the name twenty-three. If Found, please return to Mg. Tirian, 443 Cemetery Ln. Bywater.  Reward: 500 Silver Pieces (upon delivery, not information) Caution, contact with Experiment #23 may cause severe chemical burns. Treat with water. Mg. Tirian is not responsible for any damage done by this government funded experiment.  You no sooner arrive in Bywater then you find your first job. After all, you’ve got to eat, and finding a lost magical experiment could be just the thing to line your pockets with silver. Surely finding it can’t be too difficult, right?

Sign up or RSVP for our November’s session of Teen Dungeons and Dragons! We’re playing Wednesday, January 27th at 4:00 p.m. via Zoom.

Teen Craft: Paper Firebirds

Put your origami skills to use by crafting this incredible Paper Firebird! The method used is similar to making a crane, but with fun embellishments. The materials needed for this craft: Paper  Glue stick Scissors Twist ties Optional: fox template Inspired by this...

JULY 16th – 31st Teen Activities

TEEN ANIME CLUB Monday, JULY 19th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Come join fellow Anime lovers and watch "My Roommate is a Cat," a fun show about the lives of Haru, a cat from the streets, who is found and adopted by Subaru, an introverted writer.  For ages 12...

Teen Craft: Cut-Paper Fox Tin

Cut paper is a unique type of art form, where the cut paper is used to create an intricate pop-out effect. Use your kit or gather the materials needed to make this amazing piece of art! The materials needed for this craft:  Paper (brown, greens, blues, orange, white,...

Teen Craft: Monkey Fist Knot

Time to make this awesome Monkey Fist Knot keychain! The materials needed for this craft:  Paracord, about the length of an arm length to the other arm Marble Optional: hot glue gun to glue ends to prevent fraying

Teen Craft: Pokémon Terrarium

Create a natural home for some new Pokémon buddies, included in the kit. To make this craft, you will need: Small rocks/gravel Potting Soil Grass seeds Terrarium/clear enclosed container Optional: Pokémon Fill the bottom of your terrarium with small rocks (keep some...

July 1st – July 15th TEEN Activities

Young League of Writers Monday, July 12th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Connect with fellow writers to learn how to create characters who grow, transform, and have greater depth.  Our Discord Server is another place to chat and discuss writing. Click below to...

Teen Craft: Hedgehog Earbud + Cord Holder

Make this Hedgehog Earbuds Holder and Case to have a place for your earbuds so you can easily find them. Or use it to keep your cords neat and tidy.  The materials needed for this craft:  Felt, roughly 4x5 inches Thread & needle Large button Sharpie Scissors

June 13th – 30th Teen Activities

Teen Anime Club Monday, June 21st at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Teens ages 12-18 gather together to watch anime favorites, chat about manga, and play games. No need to apply -- just show up! This month we will have a Pokémon the First Movie Popcorn Party!...

Teen Craft: Button Holder

Create a fun way to display your collection of pins and buttons! Collect more with each Teen Summer Reading prize.  For this craft you will need:   11x17 burlap cloth 4 - paint stirring sticks String, for hanging Scissors Glue gun Optional: Mod Podge + torn paper...

June 1st-12th Teen Activities

Summer Reading Sign-ups start June 7th in the Community Room Each year, from June through July, we host Summer Reading. Our program for teens has lots of events and parties.  The 2021 Summer Reading Theme is “Tails and Tales.” The possibilities are endless! Teen Short...

November Teen Dungeons and Dragons

November Teen Dungeons and Dragons

November Teen Dungeons and Dragons

Sign up or RSVP for our November’s session of Teen Dungeons and Dragons! We’re playing November 18th at 4:00 PM.

Teen Craft: Paper Firebirds

Put your origami skills to use by crafting this incredible Paper Firebird! The method used is similar to making a crane, but with fun embellishments. The materials needed for this craft: Paper  Glue stick Scissors Twist ties Optional: fox template Inspired by this...

JULY 16th – 31st Teen Activities

TEEN ANIME CLUB Monday, JULY 19th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Come join fellow Anime lovers and watch "My Roommate is a Cat," a fun show about the lives of Haru, a cat from the streets, who is found and adopted by Subaru, an introverted writer.  For ages 12...

Teen Craft: Cut-Paper Fox Tin

Cut paper is a unique type of art form, where the cut paper is used to create an intricate pop-out effect. Use your kit or gather the materials needed to make this amazing piece of art! The materials needed for this craft:  Paper (brown, greens, blues, orange, white,...

Teen Craft: Monkey Fist Knot

Time to make this awesome Monkey Fist Knot keychain! The materials needed for this craft:  Paracord, about the length of an arm length to the other arm Marble Optional: hot glue gun to glue ends to prevent fraying

Teen Craft: Pokémon Terrarium

Create a natural home for some new Pokémon buddies, included in the kit. To make this craft, you will need: Small rocks/gravel Potting Soil Grass seeds Terrarium/clear enclosed container Optional: Pokémon Fill the bottom of your terrarium with small rocks (keep some...

July 1st – July 15th TEEN Activities

Young League of Writers Monday, July 12th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Connect with fellow writers to learn how to create characters who grow, transform, and have greater depth.  Our Discord Server is another place to chat and discuss writing. Click below to...

Teen Craft: Hedgehog Earbud + Cord Holder

Make this Hedgehog Earbuds Holder and Case to have a place for your earbuds so you can easily find them. Or use it to keep your cords neat and tidy.  The materials needed for this craft:  Felt, roughly 4x5 inches Thread & needle Large button Sharpie Scissors

June 13th – 30th Teen Activities

Teen Anime Club Monday, June 21st at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Teens ages 12-18 gather together to watch anime favorites, chat about manga, and play games. No need to apply -- just show up! This month we will have a Pokémon the First Movie Popcorn Party!...

Teen Craft: Button Holder

Create a fun way to display your collection of pins and buttons! Collect more with each Teen Summer Reading prize.  For this craft you will need:   11x17 burlap cloth 4 - paint stirring sticks String, for hanging Scissors Glue gun Optional: Mod Podge + torn paper...

June 1st-12th Teen Activities

Summer Reading Sign-ups start June 7th in the Community Room Each year, from June through July, we host Summer Reading. Our program for teens has lots of events and parties.  The 2021 Summer Reading Theme is “Tails and Tales.” The possibilities are endless! Teen Short...

Teen Halloween Dungeons and Dragons

Teen Halloween Dungeons and Dragons

Teen Halloween Dungeons and Dragons

Sign up or RSVP for our spooky session of Teen Dungeons and Dragons this month!

Teen Craft: Paper Firebirds

Put your origami skills to use by crafting this incredible Paper Firebird! The method used is similar to making a crane, but with fun embellishments. The materials needed for this craft: Paper  Glue stick Scissors Twist ties Optional: fox template Inspired by this...

JULY 16th – 31st Teen Activities

TEEN ANIME CLUB Monday, JULY 19th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Come join fellow Anime lovers and watch "My Roommate is a Cat," a fun show about the lives of Haru, a cat from the streets, who is found and adopted by Subaru, an introverted writer.  For ages 12...

Teen Craft: Cut-Paper Fox Tin

Cut paper is a unique type of art form, where the cut paper is used to create an intricate pop-out effect. Use your kit or gather the materials needed to make this amazing piece of art! The materials needed for this craft:  Paper (brown, greens, blues, orange, white,...

Teen Craft: Monkey Fist Knot

Time to make this awesome Monkey Fist Knot keychain! The materials needed for this craft:  Paracord, about the length of an arm length to the other arm Marble Optional: hot glue gun to glue ends to prevent fraying

Teen Craft: Pokémon Terrarium

Create a natural home for some new Pokémon buddies, included in the kit. To make this craft, you will need: Small rocks/gravel Potting Soil Grass seeds Terrarium/clear enclosed container Optional: Pokémon Fill the bottom of your terrarium with small rocks (keep some...

July 1st – July 15th TEEN Activities

Young League of Writers Monday, July 12th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Connect with fellow writers to learn how to create characters who grow, transform, and have greater depth.  Our Discord Server is another place to chat and discuss writing. Click below to...

Teen Craft: Hedgehog Earbud + Cord Holder

Make this Hedgehog Earbuds Holder and Case to have a place for your earbuds so you can easily find them. Or use it to keep your cords neat and tidy.  The materials needed for this craft:  Felt, roughly 4x5 inches Thread & needle Large button Sharpie Scissors

June 13th – 30th Teen Activities

Teen Anime Club Monday, June 21st at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Teens ages 12-18 gather together to watch anime favorites, chat about manga, and play games. No need to apply -- just show up! This month we will have a Pokémon the First Movie Popcorn Party!...

Teen Craft: Button Holder

Create a fun way to display your collection of pins and buttons! Collect more with each Teen Summer Reading prize.  For this craft you will need:   11x17 burlap cloth 4 - paint stirring sticks String, for hanging Scissors Glue gun Optional: Mod Podge + torn paper...

June 1st-12th Teen Activities

Summer Reading Sign-ups start June 7th in the Community Room Each year, from June through July, we host Summer Reading. Our program for teens has lots of events and parties.  The 2021 Summer Reading Theme is “Tails and Tales.” The possibilities are endless! Teen Short...

November Teen Dungeons and Dragons

September Teen Dungeons and Dragons

September 

Teen Dungeons and Dragons

Teen Dungeons and Dragons on Wednesday, Sept 23 at 4pm!

In this classic role-playing game, you create your character, choose how they interact with the story, and use dice to decide the outcomes of your actions.

This event is open to all teens (ages 12 to 17). Both beginners and experienced players are welcome. Monthly sessions will occur on the fourth Wednesday of each month.

The game will consist of one, 1 to 2 hour session for first level characters (opportunities to level up are provided between sessions). Experienced players may use their own character if they wish, but pre-made characters will also be available. All characters should be made using only the resources available in the core 5th Edition player’s handbook.

Sign up below or, if you already have, RSVP with William for this coming session.

Teen Craft: Paper Firebirds

Put your origami skills to use by crafting this incredible Paper Firebird! The method used is similar to making a crane, but with fun embellishments. The materials needed for this craft: Paper  Glue stick Scissors Twist ties Optional: fox template Inspired by this...

JULY 16th – 31st Teen Activities

TEEN ANIME CLUB Monday, JULY 19th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Come join fellow Anime lovers and watch "My Roommate is a Cat," a fun show about the lives of Haru, a cat from the streets, who is found and adopted by Subaru, an introverted writer.  For ages 12...

Teen Craft: Cut-Paper Fox Tin

Cut paper is a unique type of art form, where the cut paper is used to create an intricate pop-out effect. Use your kit or gather the materials needed to make this amazing piece of art! The materials needed for this craft:  Paper (brown, greens, blues, orange, white,...

Teen Craft: Monkey Fist Knot

Time to make this awesome Monkey Fist Knot keychain! The materials needed for this craft:  Paracord, about the length of an arm length to the other arm Marble Optional: hot glue gun to glue ends to prevent fraying

Teen Craft: Pokémon Terrarium

Create a natural home for some new Pokémon buddies, included in the kit. To make this craft, you will need: Small rocks/gravel Potting Soil Grass seeds Terrarium/clear enclosed container Optional: Pokémon Fill the bottom of your terrarium with small rocks (keep some...

July 1st – July 15th TEEN Activities

Young League of Writers Monday, July 12th, at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Connect with fellow writers to learn how to create characters who grow, transform, and have greater depth.  Our Discord Server is another place to chat and discuss writing. Click below to...

Teen Craft: Hedgehog Earbud + Cord Holder

Make this Hedgehog Earbuds Holder and Case to have a place for your earbuds so you can easily find them. Or use it to keep your cords neat and tidy.  The materials needed for this craft:  Felt, roughly 4x5 inches Thread & needle Large button Sharpie Scissors

June 13th – 30th Teen Activities

Teen Anime Club Monday, June 21st at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room.   Teens ages 12-18 gather together to watch anime favorites, chat about manga, and play games. No need to apply -- just show up! This month we will have a Pokémon the First Movie Popcorn Party!...

Teen Craft: Button Holder

Create a fun way to display your collection of pins and buttons! Collect more with each Teen Summer Reading prize.  For this craft you will need:   11x17 burlap cloth 4 - paint stirring sticks String, for hanging Scissors Glue gun Optional: Mod Podge + torn paper...

June 1st-12th Teen Activities

Summer Reading Sign-ups start June 7th in the Community Room Each year, from June through July, we host Summer Reading. Our program for teens has lots of events and parties.  The 2021 Summer Reading Theme is “Tails and Tales.” The possibilities are endless! Teen Short...

Adult Dungeons and Dragons

Adult Dungeons and Dragons

Adult

Dungeons & Dragons

Come join us Friday September 25 at 7pm for a D&D one-shot with both new and experienced players. Sign up by filling out the form below!

JULY Adult Activities

Adult Summer Reading Explore Tails and Tales at the Library this summer by researching animals in all their habitats. Each time you complete a “Research Area” by reading 1000 pages of your choice, bring your log into the Library for a small reward.   If you...

Adult Makers: Waste Canvas Critters

Time to learn how to make waste canvas cross stitch critters! Materials needed are:   - Waste canvas/mesh, 6x6" - Animal patterns - Needle - 5 safety pins - Embroidery floss, 5 colors w/3 strands  (white, black, warm brown, bright pink, and dark red)  - Material to...

June Adult Activities

Adult Summer Reading Explore Tails and Tales at the Library this summer by researching animals in all their habitats. Each time you complete a “Research Area” by reading 1000 pages of your choice, bring your log into the Library for a small reward. If you successfully...

April Adult Activities

Come join your fellow community members on Thursday, April 15th at 6:30 p.m. for a lively discussion of both classic works and modern masterpieces.    Our book for April is The Enchanted April by Elizabeth Von Arnim: A recipe for happiness: four women, one...

Library Appreciation Week: Potatoes and Peeps

Library Appreciation Week is on its way, and we've got some great things planned. Peeps Diorama Contest! Submit a book-themed potato and Peeps diorama by 5 p.m. April 2 to be considered for a prize. Potatoes and Peelers During Library Appreciation Week (April 4-10),...

Closed March 26th for Staff Development Day

We'll be closed Friday, March 26th for Staff Development Day. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

March Adult Activities

Come join your fellow community members on Thursday, March 18th at 6:30 p.m. for a lively discussion of both classic works and modern masterpieces.    Our book for March is Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel:   An audacious, darkly glittering novel set...

On the Same Page: Regency Ball and Concert

Regency Ball and Concert Friday, February 26, Via YouTube If you just finished learning the dance steps, we know you’ll want to try them out. Have an intimate ball in your living room as our trio plays tunes from the era. If you’re not a dancer, think of it as a cozy...

On the Same Page: Regency Dance Lesson

Regency Dance Lesson Friday, February 26, Via YouTube Join us to learn steps to some basic dances of the time period. It will be helpful to have a small group working together. Four would be ideal, but we know you can figure things out with fewer if necessary. Watch...

On the Same Page: A Good Long Walk

A Good Long Walk Logs due by noon, Monday, February 22 As all Austen readers know, her characters are champion walkers. Whatever the novel, the heroine will at some point go on a good, long walk. Persuasion is no exception as all the younger folk at Uppercross head...

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