Teen Reads Book Club

Calling all teen readers – our newest book club is just for you!

Read any book that fits our monthly theme, and then hang out with the club by the fireplace at 7pm (with cookies!) to talk about our books. Anyone in grades 7-12 is welcome, and we can’t wait to hear about what you’ve read!

We'll take a break from book club over the summer, and start up again in September!



Pride Film Fest

Join the library for our annual Pride Fest film series, every Wednesday night in June.  

Presented in partnership with Lethbridge Pride Fest.



Dungeons & Dragons for teens!

Want to learn how to play D&D?

Come to our newest program and we'll match you with a DM who will help you make a character, and teach you all the basics of the game.  The program runs once a month, either on a Wednesday evening or a Friday afternoon, from now until June. 

The program is open to anyone in grades 7-12.  Drop by and be ready for adventures!

June 26, 7pm at the Crossings Branch

June 28, 3pm at the Main Branch


Book Bundle Volunteering

Want to pick up some volunteer hours over the summer, and help kids find books?

Come to a training session the first week of July and learn how to be a book bundler! You can volunteer for as many (or as few) hours over the summer as you like, and the teenbrarian will write you a reference letter at the end of the season.

Anyone in grades 7-12 can take part at either library branch.


Dungeons & Dragons - Summer Session

We're in search of Dungeon Masters for our summer session of Teen D&D!

If you're interested, and available either Wednesday evenings or Friday afternoons, fill out the DM registration form!  The summer session runs from July 24 through August 16.  There will also be a quick orientation meeting the week before the sessions start.

For players: this is a drop-in program for anyone interested in playing D&D.  No experience is required - our volunteer DMs will teach you everything you need to know!


Teen Summer Writing Camp

Looking to hone your writing skills?

Join our instructor Luke Dani Blue for a week of creative writing exercises, story games, character exploration, and more. Anyone in grades 7-12 is invited to take part.

We'll meet every afternoon from 2-4pm at the Main Branch during the week of July 29-August 2.


Broadcast Bootcamp v3.0

Ever wanted to be on the radio?
Come to our week of workshops!

Join presenters from CKXU to learn about community radio, then write ads, record shows, and go live on the air! If you’re in grades 7-12, we want your voices!   The camp runs July 29 through August 2 at The Crossings Branch.

Note: some of the sessions will be held at the University of Lethbridge, in the CKXU studios.


Community & Belonging

Join us this summer as we explore community through film. 
What does it mean to belong?

All films start at 7pm at the Crossings Branch and will be presented with Closed Captioning - and popcorn!


Teen Summer Challenge!

This summer, complete challenges and win prizes!

Grab a Teen Summer Challenge form from any library branch (or download below) - complete as many challenges as you can - then bring the form back to the library to be entered to win.  Each challenge you complete gets you one more entry!

(you don't have to do them all - just as many as you want)

Anyone in grades 7-12 is welcome to participate.  Forms are due back by August 31, 2019.


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Main Branch
 
The Crossings Branch