Back to school, back to fall programming at the Lemont Public Library! We’re excited to offer new Teen Programs this fall, including cooking classes, crafts, and yoga.
Below is a look at all the Teen Programs offered during September-November of Fall 2016, and each program has a page with more information under the “Fall 2016” tab at the top of this page. You can register online on our Calendar of Events for all programs or email the Teen Services Librarian, Megan Greenback, at email@example.com with any questions.
Fill out an online entry form by clicking here!
*Read more than 5 hours? You can enter to win the prize baskets as many times as you want! Keep reading to increase your chances.
The Teen Space is now OPEN! Visit the library to play PS4 games in the Teen Lounge, create crafts at the Maker Station, use a computer, or check out a book! A Teen Study Room is also available for 1 hour use.
Check out the 2016 Teen Reading Challenge page for links to lists of book suggestions for each category!
Read a book for the challenge and want to submit an entry for our gift card drawing? Fill out an online entry form by clicking here!
Opposing Viewpoints in Context Database
Use Gale’s Opposing Viewpoints in Context database for information popular social issues such as immigration and capital punishment. This resource includes peer reviewed journal articles, magazine and newspaper articles, statistics, and more.
You can find this resource on our General Research page under the “eLibrary” tab on the Lemont Public Library’s homepage.
Celebrate reading for fun during Teen Read Week! The theme this year is books that help you “Get Away,” so visit the library to see book displays featuring books that will transport you to other places whether it’s another state or another world!