Teen Services Featured Programs
"Strengthening Pontiac Through Literacy Partnerships"
Ice Cream Social: Meet and Mingle
Saturday, 05/13, 1-2pm: Teens, come meet and join our TAB (Teen Advisory Board). We meet once a month on the 2nd Tuesday to plan activities, programs, and fun for the library.
Teen Summer Reading Program
Saturday, 06/17 - 08/05: Teens, for every 300 pages you read earn a prize. Read 1200 pages and complete the program and will you receive a certificate, a bag full of goodies, and more! Plus, get a chance to win the big prizes: E-reader, gifts cards and more! The program starts on June 17th, during our Summer Reading Kick Off. The last day to turn in your reading logs is August 5th to quality for prizes. The closing Party and drawing is on August 12th.
Metro Youth Day
Saturday, 07/12, 8am-2:30pm: Join Pontiac Public library and Metro Youth Day to spend a day of fun in Detroit. A bus will be provided to take participants to Belle Isle Park in Detroit. Free snacks and lunch will be provided.
Bus schedule: Departure from Pontiac Public Library at 8:00am; Departure from Belle Isle Park at 2:30pm.
IMPORTANT: You must fill out a registration form, signed and completed by your parent(s) or legal guardian and return it to the Pontiac Public Library or you will not be able to participate!
No children under age 8 are permitted to participate!
Chaperons are needed. If interested, please contact Jesse Cleary. Teen referenceDesk: (248)630-3142; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Building a Better World!-A Workshop
Saturday, 07/22, 1-2:30pm: Meet Award-winning mentor, motivational speaker and author Rasheda Kamaria Williams. This workshop designed specifically for teens and will cover cyberbullying to social pressures of today.
Registration is required!
Teen Game Night
Saturday, 07/29, 6-9pm: Teens, join us for an evening of fun, laughs, food, games, and more! Play your favorite games on Xbox, Play station, Wii, and also, board games, cards, and much more!
Registration is required!
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