Archive for March, 2016

April Teen Programs!

Posted: March 24, 2016 in Uncategorized

Hi guys! Spring is here and I hope you’re all having a blast. Here are some upcoming programs I hope you’ll enjoy.  If you want to come to any just throw me an email at or call at (203) 888-6944.

 Junior Friends of the Library Planning Meeting – Monday April 4th at 6:00PM and Tuesday April 5th at 4:15PM

  • The Junior Friends group plays an active role in planning programs, fundraisers, and making the library a better place! During April’s meetings we will be working on our upcoming fundraisers! We’ll be creating signs for our upcoming bottle and can drive as well as making some bracelets to raise money to sponsor programs for our Summer Reading Program!
    • Registration for this program is required.Recommended Age Group: 8 – 18

**Harry Potter Trivia – Thursday April 7th 6:30PM

  • Come test your knowledge about Hogwarts, the wizarding world, and the Boy Who Lived!
    • Registration required. Grades 3-6 (<<<I know it says Grades 3-6 but if you love HP like I do you know you’ll want to come! Feel free!)


**Sci Fri Short Story Chat – Friday April 8th 3:45PM – 4:30PM

  • Do you love Science Fiction? So do I!  If you’re into the genre or just looking for an interesting read, come join us to talk about some classic Sci Fi short stories!  If you would like to join, please sign up and ask Miss Robyn for a copy of the stories!
    • Registraion required. Grades 7-12


D.E.A.R Read-In – Monday April 11th 6:00PM – 8:00PM

  • In honor of “Drop Everything and Read” month, we will be hosting a 2 hour all ages “read-in!” Bring a book or borrow one, stay for a little or a lot, but be sure to make time, even for a moment,  to drop everything and read!
    • Registration encouraged. All ages (adults, too!)

**Author Visit! Jessica Haight & Stephanie Robinson – Thursday April 14th 5:00PM

  • The authors of the book The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow will be visiting! They will be discussing the inspiration and process of writing a book and share tips and answer questions!  The book has a 780 lexile reading level and is suggested for readers 10 and up.  However, aspiring writers of any age would enjoy this program!
    • Registration required.


**Open Mic Night – Thursday April 14th 6:45PM

  • Come share your writing, songs, or anything else you can think of! This is a supportive and positive environment to show off all of the things that make you awesome!

Registration required.  Grades 7-12

**Poetry Slam – Thursday April 28th 6:45PM

  • April 28th is “Great Poetry Day!” Come share your great poetry with other poetry lovers!  Not a writer?  Feel free to share your favorite poems written by an author!
    • Registration required. Grades 8-12


** Teen Trivia – Friday April 29th 3:45PM – 4:30PM

  • Are you a pro at knowing unique facts? Do people often ask, “How did you know that?!”  Come to Teen Trivia and test your knowledge!
    • Registration required. Grades 7-12

Upcoming Teen Programs

Posted: March 3, 2016 in Uncategorized

Hi all!

I’ve been working on making the library a more accessible place for teens, especially those of you in high school!  I have recently done a massive order of the newest young adult titles and there are so many books they (literally) are falling off the shelves!   Make sure to come take a peek 🙂

I know how busy this time of year is, but in the hopes of giving you something fun to do to unwind, I’ve planned some (what I hope) are super exciting upcoming programs! March 10th I’ll be hosting a “Teen Tech Trivia” night in honor of Teen Tech week.

And Friday March 11th is bookface Friday.  Example of bookfacing here:


I’ll have a bunch of books available for you guys to “complete” and if you do take photos make sure to put them on our facebook wall or use #bookfacefriday #TTW16 on Instagram and geotag us!

Also, starting in April we will be having several “Open Mic Nights” where you can come share poetry, writing, songs, or literally anything else you have in mind!  If you have any other ideas or suggestions for some things you’d like to see for teens at the library, please e-mail me at