“A poem: Two roads diverged in the woods
And I took the one less traveled
And it hurt man!
ROCKS! GLASS! THORNS! My pants broke!
Not cool Robert Frost!” – Kid President from “A Pep Talk from Kid President”
We all know that the new Teen Center at Main is the place to be. We've all heard about the video games, the 3D printer, the recording booth, and all the other amazing technology that the library has put together for Richland County teens. Now's your chance to check it our for yourself - get ready for the Teen Center's first ever Family Day! Families of teens and younger children are invited to visit the Teen Center any time on Saturday, October 26th. We'll have games, puzzles, story books, and 3D printer and recording booth demos.
Check out some of the newest books to hit Richland Library shelves for teens.
Calling all high schoolers! Do you get frustrated writing bibliographies? Don't know the difference between MLA and APA? Don't worry, we've got answers! Stop by the Teen Center any Tuesday between 6:00 and 7:00 pm for Practice Makes Paper. We'll give you guided help to make your paper perfect!
Explore. Create. Serve.
Need a few community hours for school? Looking to jazz up your scholarship or college applications? Join other teens once a month for fun and creative service projects.
Join us this Saturday for an afternoon of DIY craft making hula hoops for community children to encourage outdoor and energizing play! The library will supply all materials. Participants are encouraged to get creative by making a one-of-a-kind hoop design all their own.