December Teen Events
12/1/14 @ 4pm TAB meeting
12/4/14 @ 4pm Divergent-Discuss, Craft and More
12/9/14 & 12/10/14 @ 4pm-Crafting Mania:Tis the Season
12/29/14 6:30 pm New Year's Bash (all ages)
12/31/14 @ 3pm Teen GameFest
12/2/14 6:30 pm Project Penguin Watch (all ages)
Wrapped Reads--check out a surprise package of books!
12/9/14 6:30 pm Stamp Class (teens and adults)
12/10/12 6:30 pm TAB: Mug Cake Competition
12/16/14 6:30 pm Icy Lanterns (teens 11-18)
12/30/14 MARVEL-out Movie Break
12/1/14: TAB meeting 3:45pm
12/4/14 6-8pm Scrabble Night
12/10/14 3:45pm Teen book discussion and Improv (Grinch and Polar Express)
12/13/14 1-3pm Hobbit Party (for teens)
12/18/14 Graphic Novel book discussion
12/30/14 Movie and Popcorn for Teens 1-4pm
12/31/14 Teen Gaming 11am
12/3/14 3:45pm Teen Book Discussion:The Fault in Our Stars
12/8/14 6pm Holiday Mail for Our Heroes
12/16/14 6pm Teen Anime Club
12/17/14 3:45pm TAB meeting
12.3.14 4:30pm Wildcard Weds.
12/17/14 4:30 pm Teen Gaming
Lake Station-New Chicago
12/18/14 6pm Teen Gaming
12/16/14 6pm Teen Anime Club
12/16/14 4pm Book to Movie Teen Event
12/1/14 4:30 pm Teen Mad Scientist Monday
12/18/14 6:30 pm Teen Make & Takes: Holiday Gifts
online anytime from anywhere.
Discuss How the Grinch Stole Christmas and The Polar Express via email. To join, send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
TeenREADSTeens: Please join us for the online book discussion of Uglies by Scott Westerfeld.
In a future world in which a compulsory operation at sixteen wipes out physical differences and makes everyone pretty by conforming to an ideal standard of beauty.
The fast-moving story is enlivened by many action sequences in the style of video games, intriguing inventions, and bungee jackets that make wild downward plunges survivable. Teens will be entranced, and the cliffhanger ending will leave them gasping for the sequel.
To join, send an email to: email@example.com
Tues and Wed. Oct. 14 and 15 @ 4Teens will craft with various materials to create zombies & other favorite monsters. All materials--and snacks will be provided.
Thurs. Oct. 16 @ 4
Experiment, plan, build, and compute! This program is open to anyone in middle or high school, presented in collaboration with Boy Scouts of America and their initiative to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) to scouts and non-scouts, guys and girls. Please pre-register for this sensational program! Registration is not required.
Wednesday, Oct. 29
Teens are invitied to play Wii & PlayStation games, as well as board games. If you want, participate in a tournament, too.
Snacks and drinks will be provided.
Dyer-Schererville BranchTeen Advisory Board Meeting
Wed. Oct. 8 @ 6:30
Teens 11-18 in the Dyer-Schererville area are welcome to come by, share in a snack, and help us get ready for Zombie Night!
Teen Zombie Night
Wed. Oct. 29 @ 6:30
Being a reanimated corpse was never this much fun! Teens are invited to join the undead at Dyer-Schererville Library as we remake ourselves into zombies, perfect our zombie walk, work on our undead survival skills, and enjoy some horrifying snacks. Registration required.
Griffith-Calumet Township Branch
Cal Township Teen Advisory Board
Wed. Oct. 8 @ 3:45
Join us to plan future teen events. You'll earn volunteer hours. Delicious snacks are provided!
Teen Read Week
All week starting Oct. 13-18
Stop in and check out a Teen book---also vote for the YALSA's Teens' Top Ten! Teens' Top Ten is a 'teen choice' list, where teens nominate and choose their favorite books of the previous year!
Teen Read Week Dreamcatcher Craft
Thurs. Oct. 16 @ 6:30
Teens (grades 6-12), come join us as we make Dreamcatchers, a great way to celebrate Teen Read Week's theme 'Turn Dreams Into Reality.'
Graphic Novel Book Club
Thurs Oct. 23 @ 6:30
Teen fans of Graphic Novels are welcome to come in and see how this book discussion is run and then join us next month. We will be discussing Amulet by Kazu Kibuishi.
Teen Anime Club
Tues. Oct. 21 @ 6
Are you a fan of Anime or Manga? Come to the first meeting of the Highland Branch Anime Club! We will watch an episode of a popular new series and vote on what we will watch for the rest of the year.
This wacky comedy of errors stars a perfectly normal high school girl who has a crush on her schoolmate. When she finally builds up the courage to confesses her feelings to the boy of her dreams, she somehow signs on to work as his assistant!
The show is rated TV-13. Snacks will be provided.
Teen Advisory Board
Wed. Oct. 22 @ 3:45
Snacks will be served and plans will be made for upcoming projects. Bring your ideas and be prepared for a fun time. Registration is not required.
Wed. Oct. 15 @ 4:30
Teens and ‘tweens (grade 4 and up) are invited to play video games on the Wii and PlayStation, as well as board games. Snacks will be served.
Lake Station-New Chicago BranchTeen Read Week Book Spine Poetry Challenge
Week of Oct. 14-18
Calling all teens! We challenge you to create poems by using the spines of our books to speak your mind. Your masterpieces will be displayed for all to enjoy from October 14-18.
Thurs. Oct. 16 @ 3:45
Teens are invited to pay video games on the Wii and PlayStation, as well as board games. Snacks provided. Registration is not required.
Sat. Oct. 18 @ 12:30
Come to view this action-adventure film set in a world where people are divided into distinct factions based on human virtues. Tris Prior (Shailene Woodley) is warned she will never fit into any one group. Also starring Theo James. Refreshments will be serve.
Teen Anime Club
Tuesday, Oct. 21 @ 5Please join us for an anime movie night, ages 13-18!
The October Anime Club will have an extended time for a Halloween party. Feel free to come in costume, watch anime, and enjoy the snacks!
Munster BranchTeen Read Week
Checkout any book, graphic novel, or audiobook from our Teen Section during Teen Read Week and receive a prize at the Checkout Desk (while supplies last)!
Age Group: Middle School, High School
Prizes for ages 12-18 only.
Teen Advisory Board
Wed. Oct. 15 @ 3:30
Snacks will be served and plans will be made for fall projects. Bring your ideas and be prepared for a fun time!
St. John Branch
Mad Science Monday: Candy Experiments
Mon. Oct. 6 @ 4:30Teens (6th-12th grade) will have fun creating science experiments with candy. Snacks will be served.
Make & Takes: Halloween Crafts
Thursday, Oct. 16 @ 6:30
Teens (6th-12th grade) will make pierced paper crafts (papel picado) to celebrate Day of the Dead and will also make a variety of Halloween themed paper crafts.