Maker Day Make a Fidget Spinner Fri-3:00 pm or Sat 12:oo pm you must register space is limited! To register, call (973) 838-1321 or click on Teen Programs Registration.
Girls Who Code Club-Every Thursday from 3-5 pm beginning March 9th, the Kinnelon Library is proud to announce the Girls Who Code Club. Our club is a free after school activity for high school girls. Our goal is to help close the technology gender gap by learning in a hands on environment surrounded by your peers. To register, call (973) 838-1321 or click on Teen Programs Registration.
Teen Book Club Saturday, April 1 at 1-2:pm- Kinnelon Library wants to start its very own Teen Book Club! You would not need to read any specific titles. Instead, the club would meet each month and members would discuss books they have recently read and enjoyed (or disliked) and why. Join us for recommendations, good conversation and, of course, snacks!To register, call (973) 838-1321 or click on Teen Programs Registration.
Teens 16 and up may also register for most adult programs on our adult registration page.
Magic: The Gathering, every Tuesday night from 7:30PM to 9:30PM in Room 4 upstairs. We play a variety of MtG formats, including casual, archenemy, cube draft, EDH/commander, multiplayer, planechase, and two-headed giant. Adults and teens welcome. We also teach new players! To register, call (973) 838-1321 or click on Teen Programs Registration.
Teen Advisory Board-TAB-Want to boss around some librarians? Join the teen advisory board. You will be able to provide input into on book, DVD, and the CD collection, help rethink the teen section, brainstorm, plan, and prepare teen programs, and more. To register, call (973) 838-1321 or click on Teen Programs Registration.
Increasing your TechXpertise! beginning Thursdays, February 2-March 23-Dr. Bob Vosatka will be leading a class designed to increase your Tech knowledge. Learn how a circuit works, identify and assemble simple and complex circuits, and control circuits using an Arduino computer! This class will introduce you to the C++ programming language, one of the most common languages used in modern technology. Grades 6-12. Class is limited to 15 participants. This class is free of charge! To register, call (973) 838-1321 or click on Teen Programs Registration.
Please use the links below to see what programs are taking place, what new books or movies have arrived and if you have a recommendation of your own, please let us know!