The Rochester Public Library Teen Room is pleased to announce a variety of activities and events designed to engage teens throughout December. Geared toward teens aged 12-18, the initiatives aim to provide an inclusive and welcoming space for learning, socializing, and relaxation.
- Break-out bags (with prizes) are available all month.
- There is a scavenger hunt where participants can crack the mystery Lord of the Rings phrase to win candy, vinyl stickers, or other small prizes.
- On Saturday, December 2nd, from 1-3 pm, teens are invited to participate in a gift-wrapping session. All materials, refreshments, and even crafting supplies for those in need of a last-minute gift will be provided.
- On Monday, December 11th, at 6 pm, teens can enjoy gingerbread house decorating.
- Additionally, teens are welcome to swing by during the vacation period to grab a book or playaway.
- For tech enthusiasts, there will be an electronics showcase and an interactive robot session on Thursday, December 28th, starting at 10 am.
Amy Lemelin, from the Rochester Public Library, shared, “These Teen programs are part of the library’s ongoing efforts to engage teens, foster learning, and provide a welcoming space for information, studying, socializing, and reading. The Teen Room is always evolving with our Teens’ needs in mind. We hope that Teens will turn to the Library as a resource.”
The Teen Room is also available for teens to play games, complete puzzles, and create crafts after school. For more information about these events or the Teen Room offerings, please contact Amy Lemelin at 603-335-7549 x7309 or via email at email@example.com.
For additional details and a complete schedule of events, please visit the Rochester Public Library Teen Room website: https://www.rpl.lib.nh.us/teens.