Looking for a new book?
Check out the YA Book reviews on our new YA Book review page written by our very own teen patrons!
CD Scratch Art! Young Adult Take & Make Available March 22nd
Kits include a CD, black paint, a paint brush, a wooden scratching stylus, and ribbon. Kits are limited, no registration required.
Video instructions are here and will be on Facebook on March 22nd.
Teen Advisory Board is on GoogleMeet!
Wednesday March 17th at 5pm
Email YA librarian Katrina firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an invite.
New members always welcome! Hours spent at TAB count toward school community service hours.
TAB meetings are open to all Middle or High School students.
Voice your ideas for improved young adult (YA) services; Help plan YA events and activities; Help develop the YA collection; Assist with Children’s events and book clubs; Voice your ideas on community service projects
It’s your library…be heard and make a difference!
Sign up to Volunteer Here!
For questions please email our YA Librarian Katrina
Create your very own Blob Opera.
This technology tool provides a unique learning experience for budding astronomers and artists. The night sky inspires a deep sense of wonder. In the Science Education Department at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO), they harness that wonder using their MicroObservatory Robotic Telescope Network. Anyone can access these telescopes the same way SAO astronomers access NASA space observatories or ground-based facilities—remotely using computer and digital communications technologies.
NASA has announced International Observe the Moon Nights. This is a time to come together with fellow Moon enthusiasts and curious people worldwide.
This is a great opportunity to promote nature, science and culture for K-12 education!
For details of International Observe the Moon Night visit https://moon.nasa.gov/observe-the-moon/annual-event/overview/
Some fun links to try. Make music! Experiment with sound and rhythm. Click links and start playing! Here are: Plink by Dinahmoe & Music Lab Song Experiments