Teen Services Ongoing Programs
"Strengthening Pontiac Through Literacy Partnerships"
Wednesdays, 04/10, 05/08, 06/12, 6:45pm-7:45pm, Auditorium: Come join us for this fitness favorite, Zumba! Ages 5 and up are invited to give Zumba a try with a licensed instructor!
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
Saturdays, 4/13, 05/11, 06/08, 07/20, 08/03, 1-2pm: This program offers teenagers the opportunity to let their voices be heard and make an impact on their Library and the community. Teens will have the chance to give input on potential future programs, what materials are ordered for their collection, and get involved in helping the Library. This service looks great on resumes and college applications too, so come see how you can get involved.
Family Karaoke Nights
Thursdays, 03/28, 04/25, 05/16, 06/20, 07/18, 08/22, 6-7:30pm, Auditorium: Come sing with us in the Auditorium. Our Karaoke program is open to all ages!
Light refreshments will be provided.
Board in the Library
Thursdays, 06/17 - 08/23, 12:30-2pm, Auditorium: Get a free summer lunch off the truck, available to all school-aged children, between 12:10-12:30. Afterwards, join us in the Library to play a variety of board games. All ages are welcome and we have something for everyone, with simple games like Candyland and others requiring more strategy like Ticket to Ride.
05/01 - 08/31, Teen Area: Ask our staff to get out a deck of cards or two for you and your friends. We have standard card decks and Uno decks. We’ll also unlock our video game cabinets so you can play the Library’s PlayStation 3 or our new XBOX One X.
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