You are hereTeen Zone
You are now entering the Teen Zone: be prepared! …for fun, entertainment, homework help, summer reading, hot links, anime, good vampires, bad vampires, zombies, mystery, romance, a peek into history, and anything you can possibly imagine.
Wallingford Library wants you! Yes, we are excited to have you arrive in our brand new Teen area where everything is just for you: paperbacks, fiction, graphic novels, manga, tippy chairs, cozy chairs (check out the “Myspot” seating), tables for study, teen computers, and all kinds of cool displays.
We also have fun programs for teens every month. All teen programs are free and open to all in grades 6-12. Please register in advance.
Knit @ WPL
Tuesday, March 3rd
Tuesday, March 17th
Knit @ WPL is an informal, relaxed gathering open to all. Looking for someone to knit with? To teach or learn from? Beginners always welcome. Open to all ages 12-112! All materials provided. The group meets the first and third Tuesday of each month in the Library’s Board Room upstairs. Walk in a beginner, walk out a knitter!
STAR: Science, Technology, Astronauts, Robotics
Saturday, March 7th
The purpose of STAR is to excite students about the sciences. Open to all Wallingford students in grades 6-12. Please register in advance.
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
Tuesday, March 10th
Would you like to be more involved in your library? The Wallingford Library Teen Advisory Board (TAB) gives those in grades 6-12 the opportunity to express ideas, organize upcoming teen activities, and suggest new teen programs. They also help to choose library materials and have fun while earning community service hours and meet new friends. This month we will explore 3D printing at the library as well as discuss the upcoming Teen Summer Reading Program.
Fused Glass Flowers
Thursday, March 12th
Learn how to make gorgeous flower stakes out of glass. These flowers are sure to bloom all year long. Once the weather warms up you can move then into your garden! All materials provided. Please register in advance. Open to all in graders 6-12.
Wednesday, March 18th
Do you like music? Movies? Listening to books? Learn how to stream free content on your computer or device. The only thing you need is your library card. What’s the catch, you think? There isn’t one! Join us for a demonstration of hoopla! Be sure to bring your devices (not required) and library card. Open to all in grades 6-12.