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Teenspace

Programs & Events for Teens
Mon, Apr 12, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Join us online to learn about one of the basics of good money management— the budget.

Wed, Apr 14, 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Zoom Programming 1
In this beginner to intermediate class presented via Zoom, students will learn how to meet and greet people, basic gestures, fingerspelling and the basics... more
In this beginner to intermediate class presented via Zoom, students will learn how to meet and greet people, basic gestures, fingerspelling and the basics of communicating with the deaf.

Mon, Apr 19, 9:00am - 9:00pm
Please register and then stop by Youth Services starting at 9am today for a craft kit. For teens in grades 7-12.
Registration opens Monday, April 12 2021 at 9:00am

Tue, Apr 20, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Zoom Programming 1
Bring a book to rave about or find your next favorite! An open discussion for Teens in grades 7-12 who love to read.

Wed, Apr 21, 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Zoom Programming 1
In this beginner to intermediate class presented via Zoom, students will learn how to meet and greet people, basic gestures, fingerspelling and the basics... more
In this beginner to intermediate class presented via Zoom, students will learn how to meet and greet people, basic gestures, fingerspelling and the basics of communicating with the deaf.

Mon, Apr 26, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Zoom Programming 1
Join Holly Klingler from NEO-RLS on Zoom as she discusses current tech trends, followed by a Q & A.

Wed, Apr 28, 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Zoom Programming 1
In this beginner to intermediate class presented via Zoom, students will learn how to meet and greet people, basic gestures, fingerspelling and the basics... more
In this beginner to intermediate class presented via Zoom, students will learn how to meet and greet people, basic gestures, fingerspelling and the basics of communicating with the deaf.

Wed, Apr 28, 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Zoom Programming 2
An online Zoom meet up for writers in grades 7-12.
Registration opens Wednesday, April 21 2021 at 9:00am

Wed, Apr 28, 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Youth Services
Register here for WPPL's personalized subscription box service.
Registration opens Wednesday, April 21 2021 at 9:00am

Sat, May 01, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Zoom Programming 1
Join local author Karly West as she shares her creative process for crafting her hilarious and unique comic series, The Scholarly Banana.

Register for the Customer Appreciation Challenge

Join the Customer Appreciation Challenge and enter to win a gift card to a local business during our National Library Week celebration of our customers! Register or log in to Beanstack, or stop by in person to sign up. Check us out on social media and the events calendar for more fun!

money growing April is Financial Literacy Month

It’s always a good time to review and upgrade your financial literacy and never too early for kids to start learning. Since April is Financial Literacy Month, WPPL has put together a variety of programs for all ages to help you and your kids increase your financial knowledge.

library shelves with books

Not sure what to read, watch, or listen to next? WPPL can help! Request a Story Stack and Youth Services staff will select a stack of books, movies, and more for your family to check out at the drive-up window. Or visit My Librarian for personalized recommendations.

Learn more about mobile printing

No printer at home? No problem! Same-day computer print jobs can be picked up from our drive-up Pick-Up Window. Follow the instructions on our Mobile Printing page to submit your print job then call the library at 440-871-2600 to arrange a time for pick-up.

Teen Reviews

By Teens, For Teens

New Titles for Teens

New title highlights brought to you by New Book Alerts.

VolunTEENs

WPPL accepts applications for energetic and creative teens to help with a variety of tasks and programs around the Library during two sessions per year. Applications are available prior to the beginning of the School Year or Summer sessions.

Whether it is during the school year or over the summer, this is a great opportunity for teens in grades 8-12 to give back to their community, get service hours in a fun, relaxed environment, and boost their college applications!

Please contact Youth Services with questions.

Links for Teens

Resources for help with homework, volunteering and more.

Resources for Homework and Lifelong Learning
Call or email with questions. We love answering questions!

kids at storytime

Kids & Parents

kids at storytime

Kids & Parents

adults in library

Adults

adults in library

Adults

3-d printer

Technology & Services

3-d printer

Technology & Services

Girl looking at a computer

Download & Stream

Girl looking at a computer

Download & Stream

blogs on a laptop

Blogs & Newsletters

blogs on a laptop

Blogs & Newsletters