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June 8 to August 24, teens ages 13-17 are invited to participate in Teens Rock:  Summer Quest (formerly known as summer reading challenge). REGISTER FOR SUMMER QUEST. Read great books and try out our mini-challenges, also available in the YA area.


What is adulting and who is it for?  High school-aged teens are invited to register. Learn important information about how to get by in life.  Topics range from financial wellness to apartment hunting. These courses are meant to allow teens to start adult life knowing as much as they can. It will be fun–we promise! REGISTER online, or call the library at (717) 533-6555. If you have questions, contact Annika Sundberg at

Ready, Set, Goal – Thursday, September 20.                                              3:00 pm – 6:00 pm. (Registration begins September 6.)

Come learn about goal setting and goal achievement. Take part in projects and exercises to guide you to achievement of your school year goals. These skills are invaluable. Presented by Kathleen Frascona.

About In the Middle – This is a program for kids in grade 6 and up that will be offered throughout the school year. Each month there will be themed programs of games, art, writing and creative projects. The creative projects range from cookie frosting to video making. Monthly themes include: superheroes, food, Frankenstein, and fandoms.

Facilitator – Annika Sundberg.

Times – 3:00 pm to 4::00 pm on the first Wednesday of the month. 3-4:30 pm for the rest of the Wednesdays.

Please register online for each session.

September’s theme is – Superheroes

Wednesday September 5: GamesCome and play games, video and board, including Overwatch and other PS4 and Wii titles. 

Wednesday September 12: Art TBA

Wednesday September 19: Writing. Bring home your own comic book. Comic pages provided.  Creativity is all you will need!

Wednesday September 26: Creativity. Make superhero buttons or flex your craft muscles and make cardboard superhero props – shields, wrist-bands, animal-shaped throwing knives, whatever you want.

Knowledge is the key to success and the library a gateway to knowledge