Check out this video on YouTube for information about this year’s program!
Registration is requested; to do so either email or call Donna — email@example.com or 207-333-6640, ext. 4 — with your name, grade (entering in September), age and contact information (email or phone number).
As part of our Teen Summer Library Program, we will host our summer Book Club. We will be reading and discussing “The Princess Bride” by William Goldman via Google Meet. If you are interested in this program, please contact Donna (as above). The book will be available June 22, and our first introductory meeting will be Wednesday, June 24. When registering, be sure to give your email address.
When safe to do so, we will gather together for a pizza party and a viewing of the movie!
Teens and New Adults (ages 14-25) are invited join Lisa Hartnett from the Maine Career Center to learn how to accurately complete an online job application. A well done job application is an employer’s first impression of you. Knowing what to include (or not), may mean progressing to the interview that you are hoping for. Demonstrate your ability to follow directions and secure that job!
The Auburn Public Library invites all ages to one of their biggest family events of the year. Join us on February 28th from 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm for our annual Homestead Goods and Farmer’s Market.
The festive event features live music, lots of great vendors and some surprise barnyard guests that the young kids love to pet and see. The vendors will tempt visitors with a culinary delight of homegrown and homemade foods and treats, plus homestead crafts such as pottery.
The Auburn Public Library’s Farmer’s Market is free to the public and is one way the library thanks all our community members and community businesses for their wonderful support.
Teens! Join us each month for a do it yourself project. This month, staying within our theme of Health & Fitness by reducing stress, we will be creating Zentangles! Zentangle is a form of meditative doodling that has patterns, or tangles, put together to create a “zen”-tangle! (from www.definitions.net)
This program is just for teens, ages 12-18, and will include a snack!
Teens are invited to the Teen Space to take a break from mid-term exams and visit with some animals from the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society. Studies have shown that playing with or petting an animal can increase levels of the stress-reducing hormone oxytocin and decrease production of the stress hormone cortisol (animalsmart.org).
Although a teen program, all animal lovers are invited to stop by! If you would like, feel free to bring a donation of cat or dog food.
Join Rachel Larrivee from Inner Light Yoga for this 4-week Teen and New Adult Yoga series on Making Healthy Choices through yoga. Each class is an hour-long exploration of movement and breath-work in a safe and supportive atmosphere. Build strength, flexibility and confidence as we flow through fun and challenging yoga sequences set to funky background music. Participants should wear comfortable clothing in which they can move. All levels, including beginners, are welcome!
Signups are requested so we know how many to expect. You may do so using the form online, or give us a call at 207-333-6640, ext. 4.
This program is part of our Teen Life Skills series, with January’s focus on Health & Fitness, and is for teens and new adults, ages 12-25.
Working on completing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have questions or need help (or simply moral support with getting it done)? Join representatives and college navigators from the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) for this workshop to help you either get started or complete the process. Be sure to bring the paperwork necessary to file your FAFSA, including:
Your Social Security Number
Your Alien Registration Number (if you are not a U.S. citizen)
Your federal income tax returns, W-2s, and other records of money earned. (Note: You may be able to transfer your federal tax return information into your FAFSA using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.)
Bank statements and records of investments (if applicable)
Records of untaxed income (if applicable)
An FSA ID to sign electronically.
This program is open to anyone who is going to college and applying for the FAFSA and will take place in the Computer Lab. (You are welcome to bring your own laptop if you prefer.) For our planning purposes, registration is requested; you may do so by calling us at 207-333-6640, ext. 4, or click here to register online.
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, majors offered, campus life, 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.
The panel discussion is designed for younger teens to answer frequently asked questions early in the college process, but is open to all teens.
Colleges attending in 2019 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, Unity 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.
Date:Thursday Oct 17, 2019 Time:5:30 PM – 7:30 PM Location:Androscoggin Community Room
Continuing onto college and have questions about applying for Financial Aid? Join a representative from the Finance Authority of Maine to learn about the process and get any lingering questions answered. This program is open to anyone considering going to college — teens, new adults, and older adults.