Teens can earn points by reading books, magazines, graphic novels and listening to audiobooks. Register and keep track of your reading online or pick up a log sheet at your nearest branch. When you complete a level visit a branch to collect your reward. Programming includes stop motion animation workshops, laser tag, tye-dye instruction, cupcake decorating and more. Grand prizes include a Kindle Fire (one winner per branch!), a mountain bike, a Dell laptop and an iPad 2 (prizes must be redeemed by Saturday, August 10).
As an added bonus, preschool children through those entering 12th grade will have their fines waived when they sign up for a summer reading club.*
Participation is free and registration begins May 13; simply stop by any St. Louis County Library branch to sign-up.
*Some restrictions may apply, please see a staff member for more details.
Ever considered being a part of a board or committee? Why not try your hand at making decisions about programs, movies, books, games and music with your peers? Join the Bridgeton Trails T.A.B. group. You can earn community service credit, showcase leadership skills and help your community. Ages 12-18. Room 2.
Join us for an energetic, upbeat aerobics class that is going to get you moving! This workout is perfect for everyone at any fitness level. Workout and tone your entire body doing low and high impact moves. Ages 12 and up. Registration recommended.
With just a few common household items you can transform plain old paper or clothing into something awesome. Learn this basic screen printing technique and test it out by creating some holiday cards for friends and family. Ages 12-18. Registration required.
Crazy about Minecraft? Come work as a team to complete challenges and explore the amazing world of Minecraft. We welcome players of all skills, no experience necessary. Ages 8-18. Registration Required. West Room.
Meet with other teens who enjoy reading. Munch on snacks and talk about books. New members welcome! Drop by the branch to pick up our current selection. This month we are reading "Legend" by Marie Lu. In a dark future, when North America has split into two warring nations, fifteen-year-olds Day, a famous criminal, and prodigy June, the brilliant soldier hired to capture him, discover that they have a common enemy.Teens grades 6-12. Registration is encouraged
How tall is the Gateway Arch? Who is Captain America's sidekick? See if you can answer our questions and win some great prizes. Grab your friends and get ready for trivia! Ages 12-18. Auditorium. Registration required.
With just a few common household items you can transform plain old paper or clothing into something awesome. Learn this basic screen printing technique and test it out by creating some holiday cards for friends and family. Ages 12-18. Registration required. Room 1.