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Looking for something to do? Need community service hours? There are a few ways to get involved at TCPL.
Our Junior Library Advisory Council is a great opportunity for teens looking to develop leadership skills in their community. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month to plan events for other teens, advocate for and promote the library, and other special activities. JLAC work counts as community service!
YA Book Club meets on the third Wednesday of each month to discuss a book we've all read. Participants choose what titles we read and everyone receives a free copy of the book to keep.
Volunteer opportunities are available for teens who need more extensive community service experiences.
Books and More
Looking for something to read, play, or listen to? Check out our lists! Personalized reading recommendations can be created by contacting the Teen Services Librarian.
The TCPL Teen Center has computers, tables, comfy chairs, booths, and our ever-popular spinning stools for your socializing and studying needs. It is designed for grades 6-12 or their homeschool equivalent. Everyone is welcome to look for a book in the room at any time but please show support for our teen community by finding seating in other areas of the library.