Transport yourself to Ireland with a virtual concert: From Ireland to America with Roger Tincknell! This enthusiastic and lively performance is suitable for all ages and will feature traditional Irish and Irish American songs, a step-dancing lesson, sing-alongs and instrumentals performed on guitar, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, Irish bouzouki, Bodhran (Irish drum), spoons and Limberjack (Irish “dancing” instrument). The link to the pre-recorded concert will be posted here on our website and the library's Facebook page on Wednesday, March 10th at 6:00 pm. No registration is required.
Spice up your next dish! Young chefs in grades 3 and up are invited to join our Spice Club for Kids where we will explore a new surprise spice. The Spice Club meeting will be held on Thursday, March 18th at 4:00 pm via Zoom and participants will discuss how they used the spice in their dishes. Registered participants can pick up their Spice Club Kit through curbside pickup. The kit will include a container of the spice, as well as an informational sheet about it. Registration is required - please call to register.
Tackle trivia with Jeopardy for Teens! Youth in grades 6 and up are invited to participate in a Jeopardy program for teens on Wednesday, March 24th at 4:00 pm via Zoom. Participants can register to play individually or as a team. Registration is required - please call to register.
Learn about the world through food! Youth in grades 5 and up are invited to participate in this requestable snack box program highlighting a surprise region. Beginning on Wednesday, March 31st, participants can pick up their International Snack Box through curbside pickup while supplies last. The box will include an international snack, a description and map of the featured region, as well as some facts and suggested additional reading material that can be found in the library. Supplies are limited - please call to request your box.
What do you love about the library? Send a virtual love letter to your library today! During the month of February, patrons of all ages are invited to share what they love about their library through LoveMassLibraries.com.
The Middle School and Young Adult sections are located on the top floor of the Conant Library. The Middle School collection is intended for grades 5-8 and includes fiction, audiobooks, and graphic novels. The Young Adult collection is tailored towards teens in grades 9-12 and also includes fiction, audiobooks, and graphic novels. Young Adult biographies are located on the main floor of the library with the Adult Biography collection, and Young Adult Non-fiction is located on the bottom floor of the library with the Adult Non-fiction collection.
For more information on Young Adult Services, please contact Lizzy Gagliardi at 978-422-6409 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW - TumbleBooks for Teens
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