Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) is a wondrous adventure that is created by the Dungeon Master (DM) and the players. Players become characters of their own design, carefully crafted to be the way they want: A stealthy halfling rogue that strikes from the darkness; a wise, old, elven wizard with power of magic; a tough orc barbarian that charges into battle; and everything in between!
This current campaign is still in its starting stages. The adventurers are in a desolate burnt wasteland with clouds of ash. There are several towns of survivors living underground in tightly knit communities. With a world to both discover and save they head forth into the wastelands.
This D&D group is lead by Mike Hynes, a student at Edward Little, and meets every Thursday at 2:30 in the Teen Space. Although scheduled until 5:30, the meeting may go on beyond that time. All are welcome!
February 28, 2:30-5:30PM LOCATION: Teen Space
Teens are invited to stop by the Androscoggin Room between 3-4 pm January 25 for Fitness Friday.
Rounding out our month-long exploration of fitness, we will conclude the series today with Physical Fitness. After a brief discussion about what it means to be physically fit, we will offer up a little bit of yoga and/or dance.
This program is just for teens, ages 12-18 and will include a healthy snack!
LOCATION: Androscoggin Community Room.
Teens! Are you ready to pay for college? In this session, on November 1, we’ll help you better understand the financial aid process and prepare you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We’ll also look at ways to add to your college savings and key strategies to minimize the cost of college. Leave with many practical tools and resources to help you best prepare. This program is presented by Jessica Whittier, who is a College Access Counselor at the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) with 17 years of experience helping students navigate their path to college.
Although designed for teens and their parents, anyone who is thinking about financing their continuing education is welcome to attend this helpful and informative program! Registration is requested and appreciated so that we have enough handouts for all attending.
Following the Financial Aid presentation, participants will have access to some hands-on instruction for completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Registration is required for this workshop as space is limited to 12.
To register, call the reference desk, or register online:
Register for the presentation here.
Register for the workshop here.
Date: Thursday Nov 1, 2018
6:00 PM – 6:30 PM for the presentation
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM for the workshop.
For teens and/or their parents:
Join admissions representatives from seven (7) colleges and universities as they sit on a panel facilitated by Jessica Whittier of Finance Authority of Maine (FAME). Topics covered during the panel discussion (roughly 5:30-6:45) will include the differences in colleges represented, the application process, financial aid and more! Following the panel discussion, there will be a college fair. During that portion of the evening, parents and teens can speak with the admissions representatives to get information specific to the school(s) of interest to them.
College attending in 2018 include — Bates College, Central Maine Community College, College of the Atlantic, Maine College of Health Professions, Maine Maritime Academy, University of Maine Orono, University of Southern Maine, Husson University, St. Joseph’s College, Thomas College, University of Maine Farmington, and University of New England.
Registration is requested so that we have handouts for everyone; you may register here or by giving us a call. For more information, contact the Reference Desk at 207-333-6640, ext. 4.
Thursday Oct 18, 2018
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Androscoggin Community Room
Come join Christina Dorman of the maine State Library as she introduces kids to coding with a Robo Pots workshop.During this three hour program students will craft a paper clay pot, plant a houseplant, and build a working electrical circuit that that waters your plant every 24 hours. Students will leave the program with an introductory knowledge of electrical circuits as well as their own personalized plant pot and circuit board. This program is accessible to all with no prior circuitry experience needed.
This program is for kids in 5th grade-10th grade. Space is limited. Please call the library at 333-6640 ext.3 for more information.Duration: 3.5 hours (w/ a break for snacks)
Saturday September 29, 10AM-1:30PM.
Teens! Making it in the music industry is a lot like winning the lottery — it can be difficult to succeed. The good news is ANYONE can do it! Come to this workshop with musician Aaron Wardwell for tips on writing, recording and getting exposure. Aaron will also show you how to use the resources the Auburn Public Library has available in your quest for success with your music!
Because this is part of the Teen Summer Reading Program, attendance at this program enters you into the weekly drawing for a $20 gift card.
This program is just for teens, ages 12-18! Because space is limited in our Media Lab, reservations are required. Please click here to reserve your space in this workshop.
July 20 at 4PM.
January 9, 3:30PM.
The monthly Teen Life Skills series returns in 2018, starting with healthy eating! A series of 4 classes, 10 Tips for Teens is where teens will learn how to add more fruits and veggies to their day while learning basic cooking skills. We will make and EAT a recipe each class and play games (with prizes)! Join Missy from Healthy Androscoggin for this series, which is just for teens ages 12-18. For our planning purposes, please register here or give us a call.