SUMMER 2018 TEEN LIBRARY PROGRAMS

It's Finally Summer!

We are ready to rock out for our Teen Summer Programming. This summer we will have daily activities to drop in & participate at your own pace, as well as new weekly teen clubs to join. We also have big events planned each month. Win prizes for participating in our Summer Reading Challenge & all teen activities. All programs are free of charge & open to all teens in grades 6-12. Programs with an asterisk* require registration.

Track your reading and programs to win prizes.

National Summer Learning Day

Tuesday, July 12, 2018 1:30-4:00 pm

Do you have summer reading assigned for school that you need to work on? Drop everything & read with us in the teen room. The teen room will be a designated quiet room for the day so we can all motivate each other to get some reading done together while enjoying snacks.

Open Mic Talent Show & Coffeehouse

Tuesday, August 5, 2018 2:00-4:00 pm

Do you like to perform? Sing or share a song, play an instrument, lip sync, dance, tell a joke, read a poem, juggle, impress us with magic tricks. Show us what you've got. Or maybe you just want to sit back, relax & enjoy a coffee while watching local performers. Performer registration required; contact Emilie the YA Librarian to register Mohr.teen.librarian@gmail.com

Circus Dynamics Variety Show & Workshop

Monday, August 20, 2018 2:00-3:00 pm

Maurice & Acacia of Circus Dynamics perform an energetic, audience interactive, & highly skilled circus variety show. Full of laughs & incredible tricks, come & witness gravity-defying juggling, incredible hula-hoop manipulations, hat tricks, flag spinning, & more! After the performance Circus Dynamics will teach a hands-on Circus Workshop where teens will have the opportunity to try their hands at Juggling, HulaHooping & Flag Spinning! 20 spaces available. Registration required; contact Emilie the YA Librarian to register Mohr.teen.librarian@gmail.com

Library Card Sign Up

Teens are encouraged to sign up for library cards all year round! Young Adults ages 13-17 may apply for a library card on their own. According to Ocean State Libraries, "students ages 14 to 17 may provide proof of their enrollment in a public or private school in Rhode Island (class schedule, transcript, report card, etc.) in lieu of a photo ID if they do not otherwise have one. Proof of home address must still be provided if not stated on school enrollment documents." For computer privileges, all students under the age of 17 must have a parent or guardian sign the permission form.

Relaxing outdoors with an audiobookFree Audiobook Downloads

Each week AudioFile Sync is releasing two free audio book downloads for teens. See Emilie or the Sync website here for more details. Try listening to a story instead of reading a book!