Teens Talking - Consent, Healthy Relationships, and Supporting Others
This two-sessions workshop offers education, reflection, and discussion about one of the biggest aspects of our lives: relationships. You will have the opportunity to reflect on what you want and value in relationships, develop practical skills for filling relationships, and discuss with peers (sharing is not mandatory). Anyone 13-18 years old is invited.
Our annual Genre celebration returns in 2023 and we need volunteers. Sign up to be notified of volunteer opportunities: This year's theme is Fantasy for all ages. The event is February 25, and we need volunteers all day, as well as before and after. You can volunteer to be part of our planning committee right now or let us know you'd like to be notified of Fantasy day of volunteer opportunities here.
Books and More
Looking for some exciting new reading material? Prefer digital over physical? Head on over to the Washington Anytime Library and take a look at the thousands of eBooks and audiobooks that are available to you.
Also, be sure to stop by the Teen Section in the library to see all of the new books we get in on a regular basis.
Gale in Context - High School
Explore thousands of topics across subjects including literature, science, history, and social issues using different sources. Access Gale.
The Library is always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help out with events and programs, with such opportunities as:
Youth Services Specialist: Craft and activity preparation for Storytimes and children’s activities.
Storytime Assistant: Help with Storytime set-up and clean-up with Youth Services Staff.
Event Squad: Assist with genre night, outreach programs, etc.
And many more!
Go to our Volunteer page to find out more information and how to sign up.