At Springfield Public Library, teen programming starts at age 12. There are opportunities for readers and gamers. Introverts and the exuberantly loud are welcome. Middle Schoolers and High Schoolers enjoy. Teen programs are designed to provide a comfortable space for you to meet new people and make new friends or hang out with old friends. Along the way you'll think, you'll laugh, you'll learn, and you'll have fun.
There are two regular activities open to all teens.
These programs almost never require pre-registration.
If you have any questions, email the Teen Services Librarian, Librarian Cara at email@example.com.
The Teen Tuesdays at 4:30 program happens weekly. This program always offers a chance for socialization. With different themes each week, you might also get:
In Teen Book Club, we talk about books in general. Come and discuss good books whether or not you've read the month's chosen title. Teen book club is open to teens ages 12 & up and meets every second Thursday at 4:30pm.
The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) meets monthly to brainstorm and select possible Teen Tuesday themes and programs and also come regularly to Tuesday events. Teens must be 13 to apply to join TAB.
Email Librarian Cara at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to apply.
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Due the current increase in COVID cases in Lane County, the library will continue limited open hours. The library will be open from 1pm-6pm Mondays & Thursdays and 10am-3pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The library is closed on Sundays.
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