Welcome to the Teen Center!

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If you are between the ages of 13 and 19, this is the place to socialize, do homework, and find books or other materials. If you have a library card in good standing, it’s also a place to use the Internet.


"I use the Teen Center because I love to see my friends who go to different schools."

"This is the perfect place to work, hang out, and talk."

"I use the Teen Center because I have a major support system here."


NEW FOR TEENS: TumbleBookLibrary is a collection of TumbleBooks animated fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles, Ebooks and Audio Books, and Tumble Puzzles & Games. Graphic novel ebooks have just been added!

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Monthly Calendar of Programs/Events

Ongoing events:

  • Mondays, 6pm: Tabletop Game Night

Settlers of Catan, GhostBlitz, Carcassonne, Love Letter, Munchkin, and other great European-style board games. No previous gaming experience required.

  • Wednesdays, any time after 3pm: Drop-In Cards Night

Play Magic, Yu-Gi-Oh!, or Pokemon against other teens. Use Teen Center decks or bring your own. A tournament with prizes is held at 6pm on the last Wednesday of every month. 

  • Thursdays, 6pm: Reduced Teen Group

A social club for teens. The only requirements are that you be between the ages of 13-19 and respect your fellow members. We do cosplay, booktalks, fieldtrips, play acting games, and more. 

  • Fridays, 4:30pm: Readers Between the Lines

Our thematic Teen Book Group with a different theme every week. You don't have to all read the same books, but you do have to love reading.

  • Any day of the week

Try something new! In addition to books, music, internet access, and a friendly librarian to answer questions, the Teen Center has....

  • special summer and winter reading programs
  • a fish to feed
  • yarn, knitting needles, and crochet hooks
  • beading supplies
  • various art supplies
  • origami papers
  • Magic and Yu-Gi-Oh decks
  • board games
  • puzzles and brain teasers
  • the best view in town

Once-in-a-while events:

  • Writing workshops, language classes, Teen Advisory Group-- call the Teen Center or visit our Facebook page for more info.


Volunteer opportunities:

  • If you have a volunteer requirement for High School or just want to give back to the community, call the Teen Center. We can find a volunteer job to suit your needs.


Past Programs


Questions? Call the Teen Center at 792.6508 ext. 7