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These lists may help!

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These books and media have been selected for teens from 12 to 18 years of age, and span a broad range of reading and maturity levels.

Ongoing Teen’s Programs 

Stay tuned for Summer Programming and check out all of our programs and events on our Community Calendar

Online

Magic the Gathering

Tuesdays @ 6:00pm
Please email Daniel Pennacchia to join.

You can join us on Discord for organized tournaments using Magic the Gathering Arena (No account is required to play, but you can bring your own account or use one of ours!).

In Person

Square Poets Society: South & Union

Last Thursday of the month @ 4:00pm in the Library YA Lounge

Introducing Kennett Library’s writing clubs: Square Poets Society. Square Poets Society is a greater “society” of writers of ALL GENRES! Think of it as an umbrella term that will embrace multiple writing groups.

In Person

Teen Photography Club

Last Wednesday of the month @ 4:00pm – meet in the Library YA Lounge

Venture into Anson B. Nixon Park for a photo walk. We’re participating in the Longwood Community Read by taking portraits of trees every month, documenting the changes a tree experiences throughout the seasons.

Learn more and register here.

Resources