Wisconsin Reads Challenge – grades 5-12, March 1st – april 30th
Needles in the book stacks – March 5 & 19
Check out the West Bend Library’s group for those who love knitting, crochet, embroidery, and all forms of fiber arts! Bring whatever you’re working on or start something new. Come in and share your wisdom or pick up tips from experienced crafters! Needles in the Book Stacks meets the first and third Monday of the month at 6:30 at the West Bend Library. All ages and experience levels are welcome; bring your parents or your siblings!
anime manga club – Tuesday, march 13
IT’S LIT (TEEN BOOK CLUB) – Thursday, March 15
Teen Book Club is not for the faint of heart! Lots of these books are on college prep reading lists and have pretty challenging content. If you’re not sure if a book is for you, do some research or contact Hannah.
THE PAGE IS LOADING… (pRETEEN BOOK CLUB)
Stop by to talk about the best book you’ve read lately, and figure out what to read next!
SUPER AWESOME LIBRARY TEENS
need volunteer hours?
We need lots of help around the library, even during the school year! The library accepts volunteers in grades 6-12. If you are a teen (or are the parent/guardian of a teen) looking to volunteer at the library, please email Hannah at email@example.com
Click here to print the Teen Volunteer Application SCHOOL YEAR ONLY! Summer volunteer application is below.
Summer Volunteer Opportunities for Teens
Summer volunteers must fill out a special application and attend an orientation session. Please email Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about summer volunteering.
teen summer contests
The library hosts a Teen Writing Contest for short, prose stories, and a Teen Design Contest for a bookmark in keeping with the Summer Reading theme each summer. More information will be posted in June, when Summer Reading starts.
Hannah Kane, Teen Librarian