Teen Art Exhibit Call for Entries
We're always on the lookout for original art exhibitions for the Main Library's Level 2 Canteena Space. Submissions are accepted year-round.
Programming is just logic-based creativity.John Romero
Develop computer coding skills at your own pace in a creative and collaborative environment. Kids and teens ages 8–18 can take part weekly workshops where they’ll be able to work through a self-guided programming curriculum with the help of Library staff.
Escape the Room!For Teens
Use teamwork and problem solving skills to uncover clues that will help you escape from a “locked” room that’s lost in time. Teens ages 14 and up can take part in a riveting game where they’ll be tasked with navigating through several forms of historical and modern communication—including hieroglyphics, the Pony Express, and the Internet—to unlock puzzles and save the day.
Dungeons & DragonsRole-Playing Game for Beginners
Break out your twenty-sided die, Dungeon Master, and start an adventure with new friends. If you’re new to the game, you can build a character ready to take on whatever the story may hold. Join us every Tuesday at 6pm at Chapman for new tales and excitement in the original role-playing game!
The librarians at The City Library are pleased to be able to share their expertise in the form of these thoughtful and timely booklists. Enjoy perusing Staff Picks in the following genres:
See the world. Meet fun people. Speak their language. Mango Languages will get your linguistic chops up to speed in time for your vacation or study abroad program.
The City Library offers downloadable eBooks & eAudiobooks with 3M Cloud Library, OverDrive, and OneClickDigital, music with Freegal, and streaming movies with IndieFlix and OverDrive. With your library card, just click to explore!