Toshokan: the Japanese word for "library"
ToshoCon: our annual "mini convention" devoted to all things anime and manga! For teens grades 7 to 12. Program is from 7:00pm to 11:00 pm.
Teens who have completed grades 7-12 are required to turn in their signed applications and volunteer opportunity selection form TODAY.
Don't forget, mandatory Teen Orientation is June 1 at 4:15 p.m OR June 4 at 2:00 p.m. A notary will be there to witness guardian signatures on the required notarized form, for your convenience.
Calling all Teens interested in volunteering in Spike's Place! If you will complete 7th grade by June 9, 2016, we have applications ready for you to pick up.
Showcase your photography skills during our upcoming Amateur Photography Contest at the library. Photos may be submitted to the Adult and Teen Information Desk anytime on Wed., July 13 (9 AM - 9 PM). Winners will be announced, and all photos unveiled in a special Awards Reception on Tues., July 19 at 7 PM.
In celebration of National Library Week, meet Mindy McGinnis, the author of the Buckeye Teen Book Award-nominated dystopian survival novels Not a Drop to Drink and In A Handful of Dust, and the “beautifully twisted” gothic historical thriller A Madness So Discreet. Mindy will give readers “The Dirt Behind Not a Drop to Drink,” during which she’ll answer questions about her books and writing and publishing in general.
Teens in grades 6-12: tired of all the lovey dovey Valentine’s Day mush? Maybe you’re just not into all this dating stuff. That’s okay! You are invited to the library’s UN Valentine’s Day party!
For high school students and their parents, a free workshop on how to pay for college without going broke. Reservations requested, by calling the library at 330-688-3295 ext. 4, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
* The #1 way to get more free money for college
* How to get the maximum amount of financial aid
* Why talented students may not receive financial aid for college
The Force is strong at the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library. Get ready for the premiere of the new Star Wars movie by joining us for a drop-in event on Wednesday, Dec. 16 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. This event, fun for the entire family, includes a movie screening of the original film from 1977, games, crafts, contests, and activities for both children and adults. Special story times will be held throughout the event with an appearance by our new BB-8 Sphero. Teens and adults, enter our trivia contest for Star Wars prizes.
Exercise your creative juices and try a new craft or make a gift for a friend or relative! Make something out of polymer clay, make a paper craft, create some bead jewelry, or assemble a felt "plushie" creature. All supplies provided. For teens in grades 6 to 12. Registration suggested, by calling 330-688-3295 (press 4 for Teen), or by emailing email@example.com with your name, grade, and phone number.
Celebrate Teen Read Week by reading and reviewing books, and win PRIZES! For any teen in grades 6-12, during this week simply submit a review of a book or graphic novel you're reading! (It can be any book you've read this month, or one you're reading during Teen Read Week). Either use the review forms in the library's teen area or email your review to Teenlibrarian AT smfpl DOT org. You can also stop in and solve puzzles and play games in the teen area during TRW! New puzzles every day of the week!