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Teen News

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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LiveWires Presents: Child Labor in the Chocolate Industry

Tue, Jan 24, @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm, Community Room Join us for an inter-generational program that looks at child trafficking in the cocoa industry with author Tara Sullivan and a screening of an investigative documentary on the topic.
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Exam Cram

Midterms are in full-swing, and we've got you covered. We'll provide study space (group & quiet), brain food, de-stressing activities, and coffee! Lots and lots of coffee!
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January Book Buffet

Share a slice and book advice with other teen readers! Meet Jan. 14 for a pizza buffet and share your latest favorite reads! Plus get great book recommendations from other teens.
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Author & Film Special Event! Child Labor in the Chocolate Industry

Teens & adults are invited to an inter-generational program that examines child trafficking in the cocoa industry with award-winning local author Tara Sullivan, followed by a screening of an investigative documentary.
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Teennovation: Coding with Minecraft

Featured Activity: Coding with Minecraft! Learn how to summon lightning bolts with a bow and arrow or build giant rainbows in the Minecraft world with code using Javascript or Python! Teennovation is a monthly meetup for teens interested in innovation, learning, imagination and creati
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Annual event not to be missed! BoSwaMoCo

It's almost here! Our annual BoSwaMoCo for teens is Jan. 11! Mark your calendar for this fun filled event featuring a book swap, movie & cocoa!
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Teen Advisory Group

January TAG Meeting

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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Best Books 2016: Teen Edition

Looking for a holiday gift idea or maybe figuring out your next read? These teen titles (grades 6-12) are repeatedly featured on many “best of the year” lists from respected review sources like School Library Journal, New York Times, and Kirkus Reviews.
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