Young Adult Programs and Events

  • YA

  • Board
    Game Night

  • Café
    Au Lit

  • Book to
    Movie to Art

  • YA

Upcoming YA Events

Game Time

Unplugged Board Game Night

Monday, September 16
5:30-7:30pm at MPL

Bring your favorite game or play one of ours! No registration is necessary. Light refreshments provided. For Adults and Young Adults (middle and high school students).

Banned Books Week

Book (to Movie) to Art

READ. TALK. (watch). MAKE.
Banned Books Week Edition

The Wizard of Oz

Monday, September 23: 5:30pm at MPL

Pride and Prejudice

Tuesday, September 24: 5:30pm at VPL

Enjoy a book talk with other teens and make related crafts - all while watching the movie!
Program is for middle and high school students only. Supplies are limited, but pre-registration is not required.

eBooks, eAudio-books, and more!

Need Homework Help? Looking for something fun to do online?

Check out the
Teens Online Resources Page!

Friends of the Library Book Sale

Friends of the Library
Fall Book Sale:
September 20 and 21
at the Collett Street Recreation Center

Friday Night, the Sale will be open to members only from 5-7:30pm
Saturday, the sale is open to everyone from 8:30am-12pm, with the $5 bag sale and non-profits from 12:30-2:00 p.m.

Please note we can only accept cash and checks.

YA Café  Au Lit

Serafina and the Seven Stars
by Robert Beatty

Mon., Sept. 30 - 6pm at MPL
Tues., Oct. 1 - 6pm at VPL

Café and Book Talk. Pre-registration Required (Limited spaces). Free copy of book with registration for first 6 per site.
Program is for middle and high school students only.

NCSLMA Battle of the Books
Booklist 2019-2020

Battle of the Books - Midle School!
Click on the image above to view the books in our catalog.

Click to download the NCSLMA Battle of the Books Booklist 2019-2020

Note: All books are available through the library (catalog link coming soon) in print, and many are available as eBooks through Overdrive!