Teens aged 13 to 18 are invited to share their skills -- whatever they might be -- at the Open Mic Arts Cafe on Thursday, March 23 at the City Centre Branch.
The library will once again host a Science Expo, but this time, students throughout the Tri-Cities can participate. The 2017 edition will be on Thursday, May 11. Register your project by Monday, Apr. 3. If you wow us, you may win cash prizes and trophies.
In the next session of Club Diginista, which begins in late February, girls aged 10 to 18 will learn how to develop a mobile app using a program called App Inventor.
Our volunteer programs include the Homework Help Club, Reading Buddies, Computer Buddies and the French Club, which is called Parlez-Nous Francais! Middle schoolers and high schoolers are welcome to join the Library's Teen Advisory Council. For kids in grades 4 through 7, the Red Cedar Reading Group will continue meeting until late April. Once every few weeks, the group gathers to discuss the best Canadian children's books.
Read the winners from our annual Scary Story Contest for teens. Winners received gift cards. Their names, and some of their stories, also appeared in the Tri-City News.
If you have any questions, please contact Librarian Chris Miller at 604-554-7339 or email@example.com