Programs for Teens
The Andrew Greene Young Adult Room
2013 Summer Reading Program
READ AND WIN PRIZES! GRAND PRIZE - $75.00 Amazon Gift Certificate.
Free book for all participants. Program begins on 6/20 and ends 8/21
Stop by the Library for more details
Click here for a printable flyer.
Thursday, June 20 at 2:pm,
School’s out for the summer! Join us for our Annual end of school party. Listen to some local teen musicians! Sign up for our summer reading program.
Wednesday, July 10 at 6pm,
Steampunk Night! Watch Sherlock Holmes and try some chocolate fondue with assorted fruits.
Wednesday, July 17th and Wednesday, July 24th @ 6:00
Underground Animation! Come in and make a stop motion short using different objects. Or, bring in your favorite things from home and animate them!
Monday, July 29th @ 6pm
RIMOSA (R.I. Museum of Science and Art) presents: Cut Paper Animation. Learn some new techniques in animation.
Wednesday, August 7th @ 6pm
Steampunk Night cont. Make a book pendant or a necklace out of washers. Or both!
Wednesday, August 14th @ 6pm
Underground Music Night. Listen to some local teen musicians and to some locally recorded music. Bring music in to share. Or, if you play an instrument bring it in and play it for us!
Wednesday, August 21st @ 6pm
End of Summer Reading Party and Mortal Instruments City of Bones movie pre-release Celebration! Prize give-away! Free book for all attendees. Snacks, crafts and more!
The statewide Rhode Island Summer Reading Program is supported by the RI Office of Library and Information Services with funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Local Owner/Operators of Rhode Island, the Pawtucket Red Sox, Citizens Bank and Pepsi. Local support includes RI Children's and Young Adult Librarians, the Andrew Greene fund, and Friends of Mohr Library.
Art with Melyssa
Meets Thursdays at 3:30
7th grade and up. This weekly 90-minute class with art instructor Melyssa Lentini will cover fundamental concepts of drawing. Students will discover new tools for creative expression. Materials supplied. Free, but registration for the five-week series is required.
For more information or to register, ask for Melyssa or Tanya.
Have an idea for a Young Adult program?
Stop by the YA desk on the first Wednesday of each month at 2:30 and tell us about it. If chosen, we'll supply the materials and set a date for the program to be presented at the library.
Have your say in what's happening at Mohr Library.
The Library frequently shows movies, and sometimes by request.
Monday, May 20 at 2:30pm,
Who is your favorite YouTuber? Check out some great videos made by teens.
Watch some YouTube videos in the YA room.
Meets 2 mondays a month at 6pm. New members welcome.
Monday, May 6 from 6:00-7:30
Monday, May 20 from 6:00-7:30
Create a storyboard and make your own stop motion short.
Contact Tanya for more information.
Wednesday, May 29 at 6:30
Discuss the latest in YA Fiction over pizza and drinks.
New members welcome.
Afterschool programs with a new theme each week.
Every Thursday at 2:30.
Dungeons and Dragons Club meeting.
Come learn to play this exciting award winning role-playing game.
Tuesday, May 14 from 6:00 - 7:30
Tuesday, May 28 from 6:00 - 7:30
Mohr Library staff can help you find and learn to use the best resources, including some available online.
Get started early, so we have time to have them sent from other libraries if necessary.
You can also get free help online at Rhode Island's Statewide Resource Center AskRI.org, by clicking on "Homework Help." AskRI is a gateway to tests, tutorials, Mango Languages, Career Center, Homework Help, World Book Encyclopedia, Reference Center, and more.
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