June 20, 2024

Teen Services at Seekonk Public Library

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Teen Advisory Board
Thursday, February 1 at 3:30 PM
**Please note: Meetings are for TAB members only. To join, visit seekonkpl.org/teens and download the TAB application. Email the finished application to teens@seekonkpl.org or turn it in at the Research Help Desk in the Library.

Your opinion matters! If you’re in grade 6 through 12, then you have a chance to make a difference at your library by joining the Teen Advisory Board (TAB). During the school year, we will meet once a month at 3:30 PM to share ideas about upcoming programs and discuss how we can make the most out of the library’s services for tweens and teens. This is an opportunity to practice leadership, collaboration, and civic engagement and to take an active role in shaping the library’s impact on your community. Becoming a member of the board requires a commitment to attend meetings regularly.

Save the Date: Next month’s TAB meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March 7.

For more information, call Adult Services at the library at (508) 336-8230 or email teens@seekonkpl.org


Stop Motion Animation Workshop (A Special “What Do You Know?” Program)
Thursday, February 8 at 3:00 PM
Attention future filmmakers! Join Carla and Ms. Sandie for a one-hour workshop on stop motion animation on Thursday, February 8 from 3 PM to 4 PM. Learn the basics of stop motion animation using free downloadable apps and everyday supplies, then create your own short film! This special February meeting of the monthly teen program “What Do You Know?” welcomes elementary school kids in grades 3-5.

This 1-hour event is free and open to grades 3 through 8. Registration is required.

For more information, call Adult Services at the library at (508) 336-8230 or email teens@seekonkpl.org

Third Thursday Club for Tweens and Teens
Thursday, February 15 at 3:00 PM
New to Seekonk Library—an opportunity for middle and high schoolers to meet up and bond over shared interests. This month’s meeting takes place on Thursday, February 15, and our topic is Community Service. What can we do to help others? How can we improve our neighborhood or support the efforts of charitable organizations?

This 1-hour event is free and open to tweens and teens in grades 6 through 12. Registration is required for each month’s activity.

For more information, call Adult Services at the library at (508) 336-8230 or email teens@seekonkpl.org



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