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Teen Programs
  • #RHPLInstaLife (Instagram): 13-19 years
    Be Yourself // Your Views / Your Space / Your Library

    Follow us on our teen Instagram to enjoy fun mini-games, photo contests and special events through out the year with lots of prize packs up for grabs!

  • Astronomy: A Fascinating Tour of the Universe: All Ages
    Join Tom Vassos from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada as he shares astounding insights, discoveries and facts about the universe.
  • Crafting Conversations - April: Making with Duct Tape : 13-18
    Make new friends AND something snazzy during this monthly super social crafting session. We’ll provide the supplies, just bring plenty of creativity.
  • Crafting Conversations - March: Upcycled Books : 13-18
    Make new friends AND something snazzy during this monthly super social crafting session. We’ll provide the supplies, just bring plenty of creativity.
  • Crafting Conversations- February: Terrariums : 13-18
    Make new friends AND something snazzy during this monthly super social crafting session. We’ll provide the supplies, just bring plenty of creativity.
  • Crafting Conversations- January: Stress Balls! : 13-18
    Make new friends AND something snazzy during this monthly super social crafting session. We’ll provide the supplies, just bring plenty of creativity.
  • Henna Party: 13+
    Learn a simple trick to create your own stencils for easy henna application – all on your own!
  • Intro to Spoken Word & Slam Poetry: 13-18
    Sterling Dillinger will be offering a hands on workshop to teach you how to bring out your inner poet and song writer.
  • Take a Paws : 13+
    Need a study break? Then take a little “paws” to de-stress with a St. John’s Ambulance therapy dog!
  • Teen Talks: Gender and Media : 15-18
    Media is everywhere and it plays a large role in creating gender norms. Examine how media affects sense of self, our relationships and the way we treat and view others. Explore different perspectives and challenge yourself to be critical of everyday media and our reactions to it. Presented by the Yellow Brick House