Teen Services Featured Programs
"Strengthening Pontiac Through Literacy Partnerships"
Making Music Beats
Saturday, 03/02, 1-4pm, Auditorium: Yaktown sounds has once again partnered with the Pontiac Public Library to present a DJ, beat making, and music production workshop. This will kick off our Teen Tech Week, which begins March 4th and goes through March 9th, where we'll be giving teenagers the opportunity to work with hands on projects. This program is open to all ages and no prior experience is necessary for participation.
Teen Tech Week
03/04-03/09, 4-5pm, Auditorium: Come to the Library after school and enjoy some hands on STEAM-based activities that will take advantage of the different technology we have available at the Library and give the opportunity to work on some interesting projects. We will have projects like creating an alarm system for a model of a house, creating self-propelled cars from various household materials, and more.
College Tips 101
Saturday, 03/30, 2-3pm, Auditorium and Computer Lab: Come to the library to listen to a presentation from the Pontiac Public Library and Oakland University for parents and high school students on applying for college, applying to financial aid, and where to look for scholarships.
Saturday, 04/13, 2-4pm, Auditorium: To celebrate National Poetry Month, the Library will be hosting a poetry contest. This event is open to all ages.
Saturday, 04/27, 3-5pm, Auditorium: Teens, come to the Library for a party celebrating the popular video game, Fotnite. You’ll be able to play the game with friends on Library computers, take photos with props from the game, and we will have an emote dance party. Food and refreshments will be available as well!
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