Teen Programs

Summer Reading

Summer Reading for all ages runs June 1 – August 26. See more information, register, and get started!

Teen Tech Space

Open computer lab use for Teens and Tweens ages 11 – 18. Play Minecraft, Wii, games, computers, and make crafts.  Hang out and bring your friends!

Lexington Park           Tuesdays                4 – 6 p.m.

Pokémon Trainers Club

Do you have what it takes to be the very best? Bring your games and/or your cards and prepare to battle against other Pokémon trainers! You can also make some Pokémon buttons to take home, take turns playing a retro Pokémon game, and maybe make some friends (or rivals….) along the way. All ages.

Leonardtown, 5 – 6 p.m.
August 7

Life Sized Games

Get your game on by playing some larger than life games at your library! Participate in giant versions of your favorite games such as Kerplunk, Jenga, Hi-Ho Cherry-Oh, and others. Classic “normal sized” board games will also be available to play. All ages welcome. No registration

Leonardtown                 Friday, July 28                   10:30 a.m.

Harry Potter’s Birthday Party

Come join us as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Fun for Potter lovers young and old. Activities aimed at ages 10 and up, though all are welcome. Registration recommended.

Lexington Park         Tuesday, July 25               2 p.m.                                      Register

Ultimate Water Bottle Flipping Challenge

Flipping a water bottle to fall perfectly upright sounds easy enough, right? It may not be as easy as you think. Challenge your friends to see who can land their bottle upright, who can make the most successful flips in 30 seconds, and who has the most artistic flip. Learn techniques for proper flipping and the science behind a successful flip. Ages 12-18. No registration.

Leonardtown               Tuesday, August 15           5:30 p.m.

 

 

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.