Teens

Virtual Events for Teens

Posted by: JessicaM
It is the very first month of moving the HQ Teen/Tween Book Club to its new virtual home on Goodreads! In celebration I have picked a VERY special book, Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You, by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.
Posted by: CynthiaM
A round-up of helpful internet resources for people looking to learn to sew.
Posted by: LaurelC
Learn the basics of building a paper roller coaster with Ms. Laurel from the Cone Park Branch Library.
Posted by: CameronB
Looking for both sides of today's major issues?
Posted by: TraceyE
Create your own Origami! Follow these easy steps to create your own origami dog. Minimal supplies necessary and can be made with what you already have at home.

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Posted by: DanieE
Have a girl that's a little too smart for her own good? Nurture that quality with these recommended reads!
Posted by: SamanthaN
Are you and your family ready for Hurricane Season? Here are some guidelines to get ready and to keep yourself updated on current storms.
Posted by: CynthiaM
A round-up of helpful internet resources for people looking to learn to sew.

Virtual Spring Teen Art Show!

Though this year, we couldn't have our usual Spring Teen Art show and reception, we decided to go virtual and our teens didn't disappoint.

We recieved 50 pieces of artwork from teens all across the county and the artwork ranged from digital works, to drawings, to paintings, to sculptures, and much more.

We want to thank all of our talented teens for participation in our Virtual Teen Art Show! 

We invite you to check out all of their talented art at the link below and to head over to our blog to check out the winners of the 2020 Virtual Spring Teen Art Show

Virtual Teen Art Show 2020

Teen Events