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From January 3 to March 31.  Please register online. This program is for teens ages 12-17. Read to earn badges and a raffle ticket to put in for one of three great prizes!


On completion, you will also receive a mug. Read four books of certain types to earn a raffle ticket to guess who you think it was, where, and eating what. Read all eight book options in order to get an extra ticket. Click here to read more.




Job Hunting.

Friday, March 15.  3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Please register.

Learn how to use local resources to job hunt  with Aysa Washington. This program is for high school students. 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. These courses are meant to allow teens to start adult life knowing as much as they can. It will be fun–we promise! If you have questions, please contact Annika Sundberg at or call (717) 533-6555.

Bullet Journaling.

Wednesday, April 17. 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Please register.

This program is open to tweens and teens who are in grade 6 and higher.  Join Rita Smith to learn how to keep your life in order by bullet journaling! Journals provided.


This is a program for kids in grade 6 and up.  Register to join themed programs of art and writing projects. Facilitator – Suze Moll (Art) and Annika Sundberg (Writing).

The theme for March is Science & Science Fiction.

Wednesday, March 13. 3:00 pm to  4:30 pm.

March is referred to as the windy month. We will spread our wings as we create imaginary things that fly. Come and create your own flying animal, spaceship or something far out using a variety of materials. As usual, we will open the creative box and see what high flying crafts you can create. Register online.

Wednesday, March 20. 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm.

Science fiction writing! Build your own world and populate it as you see fit. Register online.

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