Contact Lori Pierce, Children and Youth Coordinator at 519-538-3500 or lpierce@meaford.ca for any information about our teen library programs and services.

The Library provides regular programming for teens. For adult and kids' programming see the calendar of events for all program listings.

 What's happening:

 

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Painting Class for Youth
Thursday May 26 at 4 pm
Register in advance.  For Ages 12+


Create a bright canvas of cherry blossoms!
No cost!  Supplies will be provided.

 

 

 

Trivia Contest + Panel with Grey Bruce Pride
Thursday, June 16 at 6 pm
Friends of the Meaford Library Room
Please register in advance.
Join the friendly team from Grey Bruce Pride for a fun trivia contest, and yes, prizes are up for grabs!
Personal stories will be shared by team members, and this will be an opportunity to learn, ask questions, and meet in a safe environment.
All ages welcome!

 

  

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"YA, I Read Books" Bag 
Pick up Thursday, June 16 

A fun, free book subscription box from your library!
Packed and ready to go is a monthly read, craft, small gift, and snack for teens.
Register to receive your kit by contacting lpierce@meaford.ca  or calling the library.

June Theme:  Indigenous Reads

 

 

 

image of gaming control consoleNintendo Switch Gaming for Teens
Thursday, June 16 at 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Friends of the Meaford Library Room

Drop in and have a turn on the library's new Nintendo Switch.
Maximum of 4 players at a time.
Ages 12+

     

 

 

image of forest of reading logoForest of Reading 2022

It's Canada's largest recreational reading program with more than 270,000 readers participating each year! Its goal is to develop a lifelong love of reading. 

The program is for children and youth from Kindergarten to Grade 12.  Participants are encouraged to read the nominated titles and vote for their favourite books.  Voting will take place in April 2022, and the Ontario Library Association will announce the winners in May 2022.  To participate visit the Library to register and track your reading.  

Find all the nominated titles on our catalogue here.

The Ontario Library Association offers reading programs to encourage a love of reading in people of all ages. Help celebrate Canadian books, authors, and illustrators by registering in the Forest!

Resumes made easy:

image of logo of cypress resumeWelcome to Cypress Resume

Get your resume up-to-date to help you get that job! The online resume builder that lets you create professional-quality resumes in three quick and simple steps. Enter the site using your 14-digit library card number located on the back of your card.  


Teen online library:

We have many online resources for teens. Here you can find answers to your questions, help with school projects, as well as eBooks, eAudiobooks and more. 

Visit the online resources page

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