Teen

Upcoming Programs

Coronavirus COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19, most events will be virtual.

BookMatch

A new service for Roseville Library cardholders. Let our librarians help you find your next great read!

Submit a Book Match form found here. When you fill out the form, our librarians will compile a list of book titles based on the information you provide. More detailed responses will result in better recommendations. You will receive a personalized list within a week.

 

Teen Yoga

Wednesday, April 7 at 6:00 PM on Facebook and YouTube

Yoga is a great way for teens to get exercise, practice mindfulness and cope with stress. Join us for a relaxing yoga session. Mary Sabo, owner of online.blissbyyoga.com will present this virtual program and it will be posted on the library’s YouTube and Facebook pages.

 

Teen Take & Make: Foil Engraved Art

Wednesday, April 14

Looking for something fun to do and tired of staring at the computer? Then try our Teen Take Home Crafts! This month you can try making your own foil engraved art. We will choose one of the designs for you.

This event is for teens in grades 6 to 12. Registration is required to obtain supplies from the library for the craft. Participants must have a valid Roseville library card in good standing in their name to register for this program. You’ll be notified by email close to the date of the event with instructions on how to pick it up from the library.

 

Friends & Family Game Night (At Home!): Pictionary

Thursday, April 15 at 6:00 P.M. on Zoom

We’ll be playing a different party game each month on Zoom! Get your family or friends together to form a team, or go it alone. Your team can play together in the same space or remotely. We will have to modify a rule here and there for some of these games to make sense on Zoom, but that will just add to the fun. No registration necessary. Use the Meeting ID: 998 3713 1826 or click the link to join.  This event will be held online via Zoom.

Technology Note: Because this game requires the use of Zoom’s white board feature and screen sharing, we recommend that you join on a tablet or other device with a touch screen. However, you should be able to draw on a traditonal computer using the mouse. Unfortunately, Zoom’s white board feature is not currently supported on Chromebooks.

Teen Community Service: Plarn

Wednesday, April 21 through Wednesday, April 28

Need service hours or just want to help out in the community? You can make plarn (plastic yarn) for Macomb Feeding the Need at home to bring to the library and get credit for volunteering at that organization. The materials you will need for this event include at least 20 plastic grocery bags and scissors. Bring the completed plarn balls to the library by April 28 to receive credit for the hours. You will get one hour of community service for each plarn ball.

This event is for teens in grades 6 to 12 and registration is required. When registering please include your email as we will need that to email the instructions. Participants must have a valid Roseville library card in good standing in their name to register for this program. We are waiving the requirement of submitting a completed volunteer application as long as teen community service is being offered virtually during the pandemic.