Based on Books

Kick off the year with a month of movies based on books.

Films are presented at the Crossings Branch, and with Closed Captioning.  Start time is 7:00pm unless otherwise noted.



In Search of Dungeon Masters!

The Lethbridge Public Library is hosting a weekly teen D&D program - and we need your help!

If you have experience as a DM (even just a little bit) you can volunteer with the program. Sessions are held on Wednesday evenings at The Crossings Branch, 6-9pm.

Email paige.mcgeorge@lethlib.ca for more info.


Fri-Yay!

Kick off the weekend with fun activities every Friday for teens in grades 7-12!

  • January 10 – [cancelled]
  • January 17 – board, card, and party games
  • January 24 – relaxation and meditation – and cute kittens!
  • January 31 – Mario Kart tournament
  • February 7 – art project for the Teen Zone (at the Crossings)
  • February 14 – Palentine’s Day friends party

Meet us at 3pm at the Main Branch!



Teen Writing Club

Do you love to write?
Meet up with other teen writers once a month and hone your writing skills!

Drop in to work on your fan-fic projects, novel-in-progress, poems, and comics, or play writing games to DESTROY that writer's block. We'll provide notebooks, pens, snacks, and tips and tricks of the writer's craft.

We meet on January 23 and February 20, at 7pm at the Crossings Branch.

Anyone in grades 7-12 is welcome to attend.


D&D for Teens

Build a character, set out on a quest, and battle monsters - all without leaving the library.

No experience required - our expert DMs will teach you everything you need to know to play. Drop in for epic adventures every Wednesday evening starting on January 8th.

Program starts at 6pm at the Crossings Branch, and is open to anyone in grades 7-12.


D&D Craftapalooza

Need a new dice bag?
Want a wand to cast your spells?

Drop in for our our Dungeons & Dragons crafting night, and create some accessories to make your gaming even awesomer!

Take your pick from two nights: February 12 or March 4, both starting at 7pm at the Crossings Branch.

Program is open to those in grades 7-12.


Teen Advisory Group

Looking for a year-long leadership volunteer position?
Want to direct the library’s future?

TAG helps the Teenbrarian create teen programs, build the teen collections, and guide future library projects. We meet once a month, and regular volunteers get a letter of recognition in June.

Next meetings:

  • February 7 - 1pm at the Crossings Branch
  • March 6 - 1pm at the Crossings Branch 
  • April 3 - 1pm at the Crossings Branch 
  • May 1 - 1pm at the Crossings Branch 

Teen Programs Newsletter

Want to keep up with everything happening at the library for teens?  Subscribe to our newsletter!

Once a month, you'll get an email with program information, plus PDFs of all our program posters to share.

Just fill out this quick form to be added to our list.


First Nations Communities Read

 Have fun reading & enter to win some great prizes.

Includes three categories:  Children’s, Teen and Adult titles.  
 
Click HERE for a full list of titles
Entry Forms can be picked up at any location. Participants will have a chance to enter their name to win prizes.
Draw will take place on  National Aboriginal Day, June 21
 


Calendar of Teen Events

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