Teens have a chance to show off their writing skills in Anoka County Library's third annual Write On! short story writing contest. Contest guidelines are posted on the library's website. Submissions will be accepted from Anoka County teens April 1 through April 30, 2018. Winners will be announced on May 19 at the Teen Short Story Contest Celebration held at Rum River Library. Questions? Contact Patrick Jones 763-324-1398 / Patrick.Jones@co.anoka.mn.us
Get ready for the real world! Learn how to survive having roommates (selected for you or otherwise), how to avoid the freshman fifteen, the best methods of procrastination, eat healthy on a few bucks a day, and how to manage your time and make the most out of your dorm room resources. For ages 16-25.
Just got over a rough break-up with your last favorite series, sick of all your friends raving about their favorite books while you strike out? Try Book Speed Dating! Spend just a few minutes each with a multitude of different books, and see if you find your perfect match. We dare you to take the plunge. Register to reserve a space, but walk-ins are welcome as space allows.
Maybe you love the Marvel Universe
or maybe you love love.Either way, join
us at the library this Valentine’s Day to celebrate all things Marvel.Test your knowledge, play some games, create
a marvel valentine for that special someone, and more!For teens in grades 6-12.No registration required.
It's never too early to start getting ready for college! Learn how to pick your major and your college with the College Scorecard. Learn how to take our free practice exams for ASVAB, SAT, ACT and AP tests on our databases. Get ready for the real world! For ages 16-25.
TAB is a group of teens who participate in the functioning of the library and is a forum to have your opinions heard. Membership is open to grades 6 through 12. See Bri, the youth services librarian for more information. The group meets on the third Saturday of each month from 2 to 3 p.m.
Come hang out and talk about books, fandom, and whatever else you're into! We'll share some favorite titles, learn about new releases, explore new genres, and choose what we want to discuss. For teens going into grades 6 through 12. No registration required. Just drop in!
Sharpen your babysitting skills and make yourself an invaluable sitter with this fun craft day. Learn strategies for keeping bored kids occupied, learn easy crafts that are really fun. You will leave with a "bag of tricks" for your next babysitting gig.
Centennial Middle School 399 Elm St, Lino Lakes, MN 55014
This is a first of its kind feature film documentary explores the impact of screen technology on kids and offers proven solutions for parents. The
movie is geared toward kids age 10+. A panel discussion for parents will be held after the movie.
TAB is a group of
teens who participate in the functioning of the library and is a forum to have
your opinions heard. Membership is open to grades 6 through 12. See Bri, the
children’s librarian for more information. The group meets on the third
Saturday of each month from 2 to 3 p.m.