Fridays: March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Dungeons and Dragons is open to 6-12th graders. Come for fun gameplay and camaraderie. Please register online for each session you wish to join. If you have questions, please contact Annika Sundberg at email@example.com
Tween Lounge is for students in grade 6-8, and open on the 4th Wednesday of the month from 3-5 pm. Video games, tabletop games, and art supplies all available to Middle Schoolers. No registration needed.
Teen Lounge is for high school students, and open on Thursdays from 3-5 pm. Play Playstation games (including online games like Overwatch and Fortnite), tabletop games such as Munchkin and 5-Minute Dungeon, or utilize our art supplies to create. Be sure to look at the books at the front of the room and check out what you like! No registration needed.
High school-aged teens are invited to register. Learn important information about how to get by in life. Topics range from financial wellness, car care 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Teen program for kids in grade 6+. You and others assume the jobs of Captain, Helm, Science, Communication, Engineering, and Weapon Control. Together you operate your ship and defend the sector from evil aliens. Sign in to the starship “deck” at 4:00 p.m. (“After Hours” because the program continues after the library closes at 5 pm. )
TeensHealth – Health issues affecting teens’ mind and body. Hot topics. Tips for life. Expert answers on multiple health issues.
Teen Health & Wellness – Website that provides answers on subjects from Body Basics, Diversity, Drugs and Alcohol, and Eating Disorders to Sexuality and Sexual Health, and Skills for School, Work, and Life.
Young adults or a parent/guardian looking for advice and information? See what is available in the online catalog, and links to Internet sites you might find helpful.
Click the image to select a non-fiction title. Also, find digital downloads in OverDrive. Information on Gay Rights can be found in our Reference eBook collection. (Log in your Hershey Public Library card.)