Participants in the Teen Summer Program earn points towards prizes like
Thank you to our wonderful donors!
Dextra Baldwin McGonagle Foundation Ipad Mini and other
REEDPOP, Lance Fensterman
Two 4-day Tickets for NYC Comic Con 2017
Bedford Sportsman Fishing Rods
Books on the Common Two Gift Cards
Bluebird Ice Cream Gift Card
Cross River Pharmacy Ceramic planter, journal, insulated cup, paint art set.
Deborah Ann's Sweet Shop Gift Card
Fine Lines Stationary
Haiku Two Gift Cards
Kellogg & Lawrence Hardware Cross Stitch Map
KING KONE Coupons for 1 free ice cream cone
La Famiglia Two Gift Cards
Mahopac Cards and Comics Magic the Gathering Starter Set game cards,
Assorted baseball card
Mexican Shack Gift Card
New York Giants Autographed Poster
Pepsi Cooler, Beach Towels, Bag
Portofino's Pizza and Pasta Two Gift Certificates
Ridgefield Playhouse Two Family 4-pack movie tickets
Superior Equestrian Boutique
Tote & Accessory Bags
Toy Chest Gift Certificate (children's reading game)
Yogi's Paw Boutique Gift Card
Special Events &
Please register for all programs via the links below, by calling the library at 875-9004, or
by sending an email
to email@example.com. There
will be no confirmation sent for online registration, unless more
information is needed.
otherwise noted, all
programs are for Grades 6 and Up
Stop Motion Animation
break for the summer. Will return in the fall on 2nd & 4th
Wednesdays of the month, 4:30 pm)
In this creative ongoing program, teens work on simple stop motion animation using iPads
and the Smoovie app.
The Library has a fun Summer
Reading Program for teens in middle and high school! Stop
by the Library to register or log your online reading
Be sure to stop
in each week to enter a guess for the weekly photo challenge, which will
be Pictures of Wonder Woman snapped at various Lewisboro locales. There
are also weekly raffle drawings for t-shirts and books.
Summer Reading Program for Teens
Monday, June 26 - Friday,
books in your book log and earn 1 point for books 300 pages or less, 2
points for books from 301 to 600 pages and
3 points for books over 600 pages.
all of your books by Friday, August 11.
Teen Prize Party
on Monday, August 14, where you can redeem your points for prizes.
the BINGO game challenge to be eligible to win our grand prize!
Coding and Design Series*
Wednesdays, July 12, 19, 26 &
August 2, 5:00 pm
Learn how to create video
games using a different free application each week - Scratch, Alice 3D, Roblox and Unity.
Teens are NOT required to attend every workshop. Program taught by Austin Olney, Digital Media
Specialist. The Library has six laptop devices for the program, but
teens are encouraged to bring their own laptops if they have them.
Monday, July 24, 4:30 pm
Use natural materials to
create a self-contained ecosystem you can call your own.
Tuesday, July 25, 4:30 pm
Design and construct a
container that will prevent an uncooked egg from breaking when dropped
from a second story window.
with Dr. “K”
Monday, July 31, 4:30 pm
Conduct Cool liquid nitrogen
experiments - including an edible treat!
Build a Better
World: Acts of
Tuesday, August 1, 7:00 pm
Drop in to create unique
beaded bracelets and necklaces to be donated to nursing home residents.
Monday, August 7, 4:30 pm
Create unique looking photos
frames out of recycled dvds.
Teen Prize Party
Monday, August 14, 7:00 pm
Come redeem your Summer Reading points for prizes. Enjoy ice cream and
enter raffles for the prizes you want from a variety of local vendors.
Teen Advisory Group
Tuesday per Month at 7:30 pm
Teens in Middle and High School
The Teen Advisory Group meets
one Tuesday per month at 7:30 pm. The group helps plan special events for teens and younger
children. To join TAG, please contact Dolores Antonetz at 875-9004.