or by calling 248-628-3034.
Click here to view the library calendar and register for programs online.
All programs are free!
Upcoming Events for Teens:
Please register for:
SAT Practice Test
Saturday, March 11
Adult proctored with personalized results. Space is limited, so please register. Bring #2 pencils and a graphing calculator. There will be a follow up meeting for results on Wednesday, March 15 at 7:00 p.m.
Wow! World of Words
Mondays, March 20, April 15, and May 17
Previously the Teen Creative Writing Club. Meet other writers and share what you've been working on in a friendly, open environment. Monthly writing exercises to challenge and inspire you. Notebooks provided, but feel free to bring your own. Now open to grades 6-12.
Teen Lego Club
Tuesdays, March 14 and 28, April 11 and 25, May 9 and 23
Different themes and challenges each meeting. Build individually or in groups. Everybody loves Legos!
TAB- Teen Advisory Board
Thursdays, March 23 and May 25
It's your teen department! Bring us your ideas for programs, community service projects, and materials. We want to know what you want! Plus, an opportunity to help us with special projects.
Drop In Programming:
All of March
Hope Closet is a charity that helps girls who cannot afford to go to their proms. We will be accepting your used, dry cleaned formal dresses and accessories during the month of March. Girls can also "shop" our donations. For more information, please contact the Teen Department.
Saturdays, noon until supplies run out.
March 4- Sock Monsters! Please bring your own clean socks!
April 1- Book Desgehogs
May 6- Dream Catchers
*Money Smart Week
Duct Tape Wallets
Saturday, April 22, Noon- 4 p.m.
Help your money stick around with this fun Duct Tape craft!
Money Guessing Jar
Can you guess how much shredded money is in the jar?
*National Poetry Month
Poetry month activities last all of April!
Black-Out Poetry, Book Spine Poetry, and Magazine Headline Poetry
Try your hand at these fun forms of poetry!
Shakespearean Insult Gerneator
Did you know that the bard was full of sass? Use some of his favorite words to build your own insultsl.
Teen Book ReviewsYou know that book you just finished? You may have totally loved it. Or, you may have absolutely hated it. Now's your chance to recommend it to the world - or warn others to stay far away!
Stop by the Teen Desk and pick up a Teen Book review form, or find one on the displays in the Teen area. We post the best reviews on our Teen Blog.
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
Thursday, May 25
@ 5:30 p.m.
We want you to tell us what you want from your Teen Department!
Bring us your suggestions for books, movies, and music we should have. Tell us what programs you would like to attend. If you want to help plan behind the scenes, join TAB and get involved! This is your chance to make a difference in your library.
Call the Teen Desk 248-628-3034 to find out more.