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Teen News

Book Buffet Picks: Reading Teens’ Favorite Reads

Teens voiced their latest favorite reads at our February Book Buffet. If you're looking for a great recommendation from other teen readers, try one of these!
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Teen Advisory Group

March TAG Meeting *Special Meetup*

Our Teen Advisory Group (TAG) meets once a month and is made up of teens in grades 6-12. Join TAG and share your opinions about what you’d like to see and do at the library!
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February Vacation Events for Teens

Hanging around during break? Meetup with friends at these teen events (for grades 6-12)...
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February Book Buffet

Share a slice and book advice with other teen readers! Meet Feb. 25 for a pizza buffet and share your latest favorite reads! Plus get great book recommendations from other teens.
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Teen Movie

Stop in to catch a movie for teens, chosen by teens on Feb. 23! Delicious snacks provided. We're showing a movie of the "ghostly" kind! No registration necessary.
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Award-Winning Black History Month Titles for All Ages

February is Black History Month. This year, many books by and about African-Americans have won major literary awards. Celebrate Black History Month by reading one of these award-winning titles.
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Star Wars: Rogues & Jedi Training

The emperor has been destroyed but pockets of his influence remain, wreaking havoc in the outer rim. Join the Resistance as a Rogue or Jedi in this exciting February Vacation event for teens!
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Teennovation: Tech Take Apart

Featured Activity: Tech Take Apart. Ever wanted to get into the guts of a machine but were afraid to try? Join other teens and roll up your sleeves to take apart different kinds of tech. Teennovation is a monthly meetup for teens interested in innovation, learning, imagination and cre
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Check Out With Your Smartphone!

Do you have trouble keeping track of your library card? Put the power of your library card on your smartphone using any barcode app that allows you to scan and save store cards, loyalty cards, etc.
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