The “Spark A Reaction” summer program, at Monroe Public Library is coming to a close August 2nd. Be sure to turn in your book reviews for an incentive and get your name in the big prize drawing! New Young Adult Books are available in the teen area.Check out our website at www.monroepubliclibrary.org for more Teens. Keep Reading!
This week winner of Spark a Reaction drawing is Marissa Ellefson.
This week winner of Guess how many balls in jar is Lauryn LeStage.
Welcome to the Teen Area at the Monroe Public Library!
The information shelf in the teen area offers YA booklists, upcoming calendars and events, library card applications and VolunTEEN and TAB applications. Please feel free to ask questions! Library staff are always willing to help or show you where books and materials of interest are in the library. Follow us on Facebook for more fun, and check out our videos on Youtube.
Make sure to check out our programs page for more fun events!
NEW YOUNG ADULT BOOKS ARE HERE! Check them out with your library card, today!
Students entering 6th grade and up are invited to participate in Costume Day! Come as your favorite Character from a book, movie, show, you decide.. Bring a friend and cool off with some ice cream. Prize for the best costume. Join us, Thursday, August 7th from 1:00-2:00pm 2nd floor program room.
TAB is the Teen Advisory Board made up of students in 6th grade and up. The board meets once a month, the first Thursday at 3:30pm. The member plan programs, make decisions on material purchases, participate in activities and events, and lead activities or special programs. A Program is held in May, to recognize all students who participated on the Teen board throughout the school year.
VolunTEENS are students age 12 and up who help with special family programs. The annual Tree Trimming party is one event VolunTEENS help with by becoming elves to help families make ornaments for the tree, guide families to storytime and of course direct them to the cookie corner. VolunTEENS are helpful for other family events at the library through the year.
4TEENS programs are for students in 6th grade and up. Programs are on held Mondays and Thursdays in the 2nd floor program room at Monroe Public Library. Students can play Wii games, board games, make a craft, or enjoy downtime with friends. Special 4TEENS programs are also held on these days such as Henna day, Duct Tape day, Cabin Fever Crazy Day and more. Check the 4TEENS calendar for monthly events.
Café tables are available for students to study. Computers are available for 1 hour per day, and students may ask for a temporary pass to use the computers. The teen area is especially for teens after 3:00pm daily.
“Life is Art, without an Eraser,” teen area philosophy by Brianna Weiss.