Stop by and see us when you are not busy doing homework, working, being grounded, etc…

Teen purchase requests

The Huntington Branch Library is interested in what you’d like to have us purchase for you.  We have put request slips and our “usual jar” in the Teen Room for you to make your requests.  We can order books, audio material, and movies for you – just make sure you enter contact information on the slip so that we can reach you if we have a question.  If we decide to make the purchase and you are the first person making the request, you get to be the first one to borrow it!

Free program for student drivers

The Shelton Library System is pleased to announce a new database where student drivers can practice answering sample questions for their driver's test.  Look for the green banner in our database list or click here to try it out!

Teen Saturday

At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 11/22 , these programs are offered to teens (13-18).  Drop in, and bring a friend; all programs are free:

Boost! - 1:30PM. Cool days need warm food!  Join us making delicious Shepherd’s Pie and discuss the serial killer thriller Nearly Gone.  While the food bakes, we’ll take a break from killers and watch a movie (see below).

Film Critics – 3:30PM.  Hang out after dark to watch The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (your choice – Ben Stiller or Danny Kaye).  We’ll grab some Shepherd’s Pie once it’s baked (see above), and eat while we view the film.  As always this program is free – so bring a friend!

Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

At the Plumb Memorial Library on Friday, 11/21 at 3:00PM. Teens 13 – 18 years old meet to make recommendations for programs, collection additions, and other teen related activities.  Snacks improve the discussions; new members are always welcome to drop-in.

Teen Volunteer Orientation

At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, 11/8, at 10:00AM. This 2 hour orientation is for teens who need community service hours – stop in anytime to complete an application before attending this program; no registration is required. Parents: expect to attend this workshop with your teens. Volunteers must be 12-19 years old, and may not be completing these hours for court or disciplinary board assignments. For more information call 203-924-9461 and speak with Margaret.