Teen Programs

Teen Loft

At the David A. Howe Public Library, we have a room exclusively for our Teen patrons. Outside of use for teen-related programs, it’s open every Tuesday, from 3:00pm to 5:00pm, for general use. Teens can use the iPads, laptops, games, foosball table and crafts, or just lounge on their own.


Teen Anime Club

The Teen Anime Club is a chance for our teenage patrons to get together to talk about and watch their favorite anime! We have snacks, crafts, games and a CrunchyRoll account to help make this a teen’s favorite night of the week!


Teen Summer Reading

The Teen Summer Reading Program is a chance for our teenage patrons to participate in book clubs, games, watch movies and win great prizes. This goes for six weeks during the summer, with each week having a different theme.


Need Volunteer Hours?

The David A. Howe Public Library has many opportunities for students looking to fill volunteer hours for school. Contact us and we’ll get you started right away!


Hour of Code

The library participates in the Hour of Code, a world-wide initiative to encourage students interest in computer science and programming. Every year, the David A. Howe Library joins and offers our young patrons chances to participate and learn basic coding.



Contact us with questions or suggestions about Teen Programs

Updated: December 13, 2017 — 3:44 pm