Teen Geeks 4/1/15 & 4/22/15
Wednesdays, April 1st • & April 22nd • 6-8pm
Teen Room & Carman Community Room
Teens grades 7-12 are welcome to attend Teen Geeks! Teen Geeks is a program where teens can hang out, play games, eat snacks, and create. Each meeting will be a little different from the last. No registration is required!
Teen Anime Night 4/8/15
Teens grades 7-12 are welcome to attend our monthly anime night.
Poor Roy, he hates the rain! Escape those April showers at Anime Night! I took requests for anime to watch this month, so those of you I talked to, make sure you bring your copies with you! I'm working on the next anime sound clip test, so you may want to brush up on your anime song knowledge!
As always, we'll be drinking tea, playing games, drawing anime characters, and eating ramen!
Wednesday, April 8 • 6-8pm Carman Community Room
Free, no registration is required. (Teens in grades 7-12 only)
Teen Super Smash Bros. 4 Wii U Tournament 4/15/15
Wednesday, April 15
6:00-8:00pm • Carman Community Room
Teens in grades 7-12 are welcome to join us for a Super Smash Bros. Wii U Tournament! If the tournament finishes early, we will have 4-8 person brawls until the program ends.
The top 2 contestants will receive a prize! Space is limited, so make sure to register on the events calendar before it fills up!
Want to Volunteer at the Library?
There are a few different options for teens who want to volunteer at he library.
1) Are you a Liverpool High School senior that needs to volunteer a total of five hours? If so, the library offers teens a chance to fufill their volunteer hours by shelf reading. During the school year, the teen librarian holds training sessions once a month for seniors interested in shelf reading. Before you can recieve any credit, you must first attend one of these training sessions. Check out Liverpool Public Library's calendar of events to see when the next training session is.
2) If you wish to do ongoing volunteer work at the library, please refer to the following page and fill out the online application. http://www.lpl.org/about-the-library/volunteering
3) You could be a teen summer volunteer. Summer volunteers help the children's librarians with their various summer programs. If you're interested in this option, please conact the teen librarian between May 1st and June 1st of each year.
Okay, if you’re considering college at all it’s time to get serious about the planning. Below you’ll find a few very useful web sites and a list of books you can checkout at the library. Start planning for college as soon as possible. It’s really tough when you enter your senior year of high school and find out you haven’t quite taken the right steps to get you where you want to go.