Come to the Teen Space to learn everything you need to know to buy a car, whether you have a dream ride in mind or not. What “extras” will you need? How much will it all really cost? We'll discuss it together - as well as some tips for saving money!
Join us in the program room on the first and third Wednesday of every month for Odd Wednesdays, a new program series for teens. Programming will be anything from movie nights and game nights to just an open space to hang out with your friends in the library. So stop by every first and third Wednesday to see what's going on!
Are you a teen with an idea for a teen program? Join our Teen Activity Group (TAG) and earn volunteer hours for planning programs! Ask how at an Odd Wednesday activity.
This Twelve millionaire,genius and above all, a criminal mastermind. But even Artemis doesn't know what he's taken on when he kidnaps a fairy of the LEPrecon Unit. But, these aren't just ones told told to us bedtime stories—NO! they're much more dangerous! Full of unexpected twists and turns.
Join us on this magical adventure.
On Omri's ninth birthday, he receives a small plastic Indian figure from his best friend, a cupboard from his older brother and a key inherited from his great-grandmother.
Unaware that the key is magical he puts the toy Indian in the cupboard.
When he awakes the following morning, he discovered that the toys…
If you want to find out join us for our monthly movie program.
On Mondays from 3:00-5:00pm, Parklands-Turner teens get to make and play their own computer games. Two Mondays a month, teens are introduced to game coding techniques. The other two Mondays, they are free to explore what they have learned. DCPL game coding software includes
Every Tuesday after school, teens, tweens, and young children test their visual, spatial, mathematical, and logical acumen, using mandalas; logical, geometric, and pictorial puzzles; LEGO and wooden blocks; and more.
Join us as we view two short films on financial literacy for teens. These educational and practical films will help teens to better manage their personal finances as well as help to broaden their understanding of financial literacy in general.
The screening is appropriate for teens ages 12-19 and will take place in the small meeting room on the second floor. Refreshments will be served.