Events for Teens


Upcoming Programs and Events


Life Stories

Listen to the real-life stories of people from marginalized groups and how they have experienced prejudice, social exclusion, or stigma. By understanding and appreciating everyone’s past and present, we can build a better future for all.

The series runs from Oct. 25 - Nov. 22. Register for individual sessions below.
Board Game DaysBoard Game Days
In-Person - 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Sep. 24 - Poirier branch
Nov. 26 - City Centre branch
Juried Art ExhibitJuried Art Exhibition
View the exhibit from Oct. 1 - 4
Learn more and register for a guided tour
College Info Session College Info Sessions
City Centre branch
Oct. 6 - Langara College
Oct. 11 - Douglas College
ChessChess Club
Poirier branch - 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Oct. 15 | Dec. 17
VolunteersVolunteer Job Fair
With Community Volunteer Connections
Oct. 22 - City Centre branch
Trivia Night - CroppedTrivia Night
Virtual program - 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Nov. 3 - Hayao Miyazaki

Volunteer Opportunities

Teen Advisory Council

Teen Advisory Council

Volunteers plan and deliver programs for youth, and provide guidance on Library services, while earning community hours. Open to students in gr. 6-12.

Meetings: Sep. 15, Oct. 19, Nov. 16, Dec. 21
Time: 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm on Zoom
To Join: Fill out an application form
Questions: Email Librarian Chris Miller

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Contests, Challenges & Past Programs

Scary Story Contest 2022

Scary Story Contest

The 2022 Scary Story Contest is on now! Terrify us with a story drawn from the most diabolical depths of your imagination.

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Escape Room

Escape Room: The House by the Sea

Test your problem-solving skills in this 2-D escape room devised by members of the library's Teen Advisory Council. Rove around with your cursor and looks for clues. Hint: you will need to find some tools to help you escape! Enter the escape room »

When you're done, check your escape time:
<5 min: Legendary! | 5-10 min: Insane! | 10-15 min: Great! | 15-20 min: Quite good. | 20-30 min: Decent. | 30+ min: You need some practice...

Astronomy at Home

Astronomy at Home with Bill Burnyeat

Astronomer Bill Burnyeat discusses where to aim your binoculars or telescope in episodes focusing on stars, constellations, the moon, the planets and space technology. Librarian Chris Miller acts as interviewer / host.

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