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Teen Advisory Board

Are you a Teen in grade 6-12? Are you looking for a way to be involved in library programming and your community? Then maybe you should consider beng a member of the Eagle Public Library Teen Advisory Board!

On the last Thursday of each month, the Teen Advisory Board meets to brainstorm and plan events, assemble materials for upcoming and future Teen programs for the Eagle Valley Library District, and socialize with their peers.

Not only will you be helping your community, but you will use your creativity, meet new people, earn volunteer hours, and have a great time!

December Teen Grab-n-Go

Teens in grade 6-12 who live in Eagle County, Colorado

 are invited to create a paper gingerbread house with the opportunity to enter it into a contest!

 (There is no obligation to  enter the contest)

Eagle, Avon and Gypsum Libraries will each award prizes:

1st place: $30 Visa gift card

2nd place: $20 Amazon gift card

3rd place: $10 Pazzo's gift certificate

Middle School Book Club

Teens in grades 6-8 are invited to a monthly book discussion held on the first Thursday of each month. Snacks and themed activities are provided.

Numbers are limited and all health protocols are followed.  Books are available at the front circulation desk at the Eagle Public Library, get yours today!

The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson

High School Book Club

"Proper stories begin when the handsome stranger arrives and everything goes wrong.  But this isn't a proper story, and I'm telling you I ought to be hanged.  MY NAME IS BRIONY LARKIN.  I AM A WITCH.

From the book cover "Chime"

 

Students in grades 9-12 are invited to a lively book discussion and activiy on the second Thursday of each month, in person, at the Eagle Public Library.

All safety protocols are strictly followed with required masks and social distancing.

Middle School Book Club

"At once provocative, terrifying, and darkly subversive, Dread Nation is Justina Ireland's stunning vision of an America both foreign and familiar - a country on the brink, at the explosive crossroads where race, humanity, and survival meet."

Teens in grades 6-8 are invited to a lively book discussion and activity the first Thursday of each month in person at the Eagle Public Library.

All safety protocols are strictly followed with required masks and social distancing.