Summer reading volunteers needed! Find more information and the application here.
Congratulations to the Teen Art Contest Winners!
The Library’s Choice Winner was Sarah Baldacchino’s painting of a butterfly. Sarah is 13 and a Lexington Park customer.
The Viewer’s Choice Winner was Paige Upright’s pencil drawing of Emma Watson. Paige is 16 and a Charlotte Hall customer.
Thirty-eight people attended a Showcase on April 1 where the winners were announced. Paige Upright was present to receive her award. To see all the entries, including the winners, go to the Library’s Flickr.
Teen Tech Space
Minecraft, Wii, games, computers, crafts. Hang out. Bring a friend!
Lexington Park Wednesdays 4-6 p.m.
The Southern Maryland Math Circle provides fun, fascinating math activities for middle & high school students (and their families) and will inspire a love of mathematical exploration to everyone who comes. Snacks provided. Presented by St. Mary’s College faculty. Meets monthly.
Lexington Park Saturday, April 25 10 a.m. – 12 noon
May the 4th Be With You
May the Fourth be With You as you travel to a library not so far, far away. Destroy the Death Star, participate in Jedi archives trivia and more! The best costume will win a prize! All ages.
Lexington Park Monday, May 4 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Teen Poetry Contest
Entries due: April 30. Drop off entries at any branch or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries may be any kind of poetry: haiku, narrative, limerick, free verse, acrostic, ode, rhyming or not, even song or rap lyrics. Prizes: Magnetic Poetry Kit & Poetry Journal. Winners announced May 8.
Please note that library staff may be taking photos of any or all events to use for future library publications. Program participants’ photos may be used without notification or compensation. If you do not feel comfortable having your photo taken, please inform library staff when you arrive to a program.