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Teen Advisory Boards

Make your voice heard at the library! The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is a monthly open-forum lead by teens. Teens discuss issues related specifically to teen use of the library (materials and events); plan, create, and maintain monthly displays in the teen space. TAB also helps the Teen Services staff come up with new library events. Teens (age 12 - 19) are welcome to come share ideas and suggestions on how to make the library a better place. So come hang out, get to know each other and eat free food!

Teen Book Clubs

Teens, there is finally book clubs just for you! Join us for lively discussions on titles selected for teens by teens. Books and refreshments provided! These programs are year round and anyone can join at anytime.

At the Eagle Public Library on:

1st Tuesday of the month @ 4:30 pm (Middle School Book Club)

1st Tuesday of the month @ 5:30 pm (High School Book Club)

Book Reviews Can Earn You Prizes!

Do you love YA? Are you a teen patron reading in other sections of the library? Either way, use your voice to share your love of reading and earn prizes (and candy!). Come into the Avon Library and write a book review and you are eligible for candy right on the spot! Not planning on coming in? No worries, you can write a review online here (from school or home!) and both options will get you entered into a gift card drawing at the end of each month. Whats not to like about free Ice Cream, Starbucks, or visits to Walmart?

Teen Advisory Board

Are you a teen in grade 6-12? Are you creative and do you enjoy planning events? Then the Teen Advisory Board is just for you! A meeting of minds is held once a month to plan weekly Teen Nights!  Please contact Dale at the Eagle Library if you are intersted in becoming a part of this important and dynamic commitee!