All-New Teen Games
We just got a Nintendo WiiU with Super Mario 3D World, NintendoLand, Mario Kart 8, Super Smashbrothers, Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, and The Wonderful 101! We’ve got all-new card and board games too- like Channel A, Killer Bunnies, SuperFight! and Munchkin- so come play games and nibble snacks.
For grades 7 through 12. No registration required.
The more the merrier- bring your friends and have a ball at the library!
Explore the Awesomeness that is Anime (& Manga, too)
Cheshire Anime Club
Konnichiwa, minna-san! Be an “Otaku” and join the Cheshire Anime Club!
We meet monthly to read & talk about what’s hot in the world of Manga & watch some of the latest Anime releases!
Japanese snacks will be available for refreshments at the regular Friday meetings! No Registration Required.
See our Calendar of Events for dates & times
This program features a variety of STEAM activities (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Math) mainly robotics, circuits & simple electronics, food science, zendoodle, tool box jewelry… you name it-you’ll just have to show up to find out what we’ll be doing!
For grades 6 through 12- no registration required -come whenever you feel like it. The more the merrier- bring your friends, learn some cool stuff, and have a ball at the library!
Love Yu-Gi-Oh? Then Join Us!
It’s a Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game tournament here at CPL! Just bring your cards, and join in the fun!
No registration required, Grades 6—12.
1) Click the link below to see our Sign-Up on SignUp.com
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3) Sign up! It’s Easy – You will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com
Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone.
If you prefer not to use your email address, please email the teen librarian, who can sign you up manually.
Teens Read to Tots
Do you enjoy working with young children? During the summer, teens entering grades 7 and up will be paired with preschoolers for stories and a craft. (All participants must attend at least 5 sessions.)
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