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Holiday Craft Bags

Make a retro truck holiday ornament, pick up a bag while supplies last.

Dungeons & Dragons Group

*This group is currently full

If you are interested in playing Dungeons & Dragons when we get a second Dungeon Master, leave us your name and contact information and we will contact you when we can start a second group at the library.

 
Read about our Dungeon Master:
Matthew Trudeau is an avid tabletop RPG player and a long-time advocate of games and playing for children and adults alike. He has a BS in 'Electronic Game Design and Interactive Development' and formerly operated a jigsaw puzzle and board game shop in Portland, ME, through which he regularly organized play events for libraries, colleges, businesses, and his own game shop. He has been playing Dungeons and Dragons for over twenty years, working with all ages and backgrounds to strengthen problem solving skills, teamwork, and creativity, while also providing spaces for fun and enriching social experiences.

Teen Knitting

Knitting will be held on select Saturdays at 11am. Check the calendar for dates.
 

Magic the Gathering

Fridays 3:30 – 5pm

All formats & All levels invited to join. Decks will be provided if needed.
DROP IN TO PLAY! Bring decks if you have them!  Ages 10 & up
**Please add your name to the signup/ contact sheet to be notified of cancellations and updates. The signup sheet folder is located at the entrance of the Young Adult Room.

Apply to be a Teen Volunteers

*Currently all teen volunteer positions are full, however we will contact you when a position opens up.

Looking for a great way to contribute to your community, share your skills and talents, impress colleges and future employers, and/or get community service hours for graduation?
Granby Public Library wants to help you help us! We are looking for teens (ages 13 - 18 years) to help in a variety of ways:
  • Craft Preparation
  • Organizing & Shelving Materials
  • Cleaning/Organizing the Library
  • Assistance with Children's Programs
Other? If you're interested in volunteering or collaborating in a different manner as part of a project for another organization (National Honors Society, Boy Scouts of America, etc.), please discuss this with the Youth Services Librarian, Janice McArdle  janicemcardlegpl@gmail.com

You may print the following forms, or visit the Library to pick up a Teen Volunteer Form and a copy of our Teen Volunteer Policy. Forms can then be turned in at the library Attention: Janice McArdle.

Become a Library Book Reviewer

Write reviews to help other choose what to read.

WHO CAN WRITE REVIEWS? Teens ages 13+
 
WHAT CAN I REVIEW?
  • Books published within the last 2 years.
  • Teen books (fiction, nonfiction, or biographies)
  • Graphic novels or manga
HOW DO I GET COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS FOR MY REVIEWS?
  • You’ll receive 1 hour of community service for each review, as long as it meets the requirements – we will provide a brief outline.
HOW DO I WRITE & SUBMIT A REVIEW?
Fill out a Teen Book Reviewer Application to start
Pick up a Volunteer Book Review Form for easy guidelines.
We suggest typing your review into a Word document, spell-checking it, and then pasting it into the body of an email. Please do not attach a file.