Teen Spring Programs

AGES 13-18



All participants will earn 1 community service hour
for each meeting attended.

New members welcome!

For more information on how to join the meeting, email fmlteen@rcls.org

Earn volunteer hours by helping the library plan teen programs and services. Snacks will be provided. Come in person or email fmlteen@rcls.org for a virtual link.This program is hybrid (in person OR Zoom)

Earn volunteer hours while reading and discussing culturally relevant books with members of the community. Check the website for each month’s title. Snacks will be provided.  Come in person or email fmlteen@rcls.org for a virtual link. This program is hybrid (in person OR Zoom).

Registration for the programs below, opens 2 weeks prior and is required per person.
Register online, by phone, or in person.



Fun With Shakespeare

Get your Shakespeare on! Diana Green, actress and podcaster, will present a fun filled evening to help you see the fun in Shakespeare. Registration required.

Makeup 101
Thursday, March 16 from 7-8 PM
Join Jayla Figueroa, a professional makeup artist, as she teaches you tips and tricks on how to apply makeup. Registration required.

Lotus Flower Lantern Workshop
Wednesday, March 29 from 7-8 PM

Members of The Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project will be on hand to help attendees make  lovely traditional lotus flower lanterns using colored paper and wire frames and at the end of the class, will show short documentaries on Korea and will hand out books on Korean history and culture for free. Registration required.



Light Up Lithographs
Wednesday, February 15 at 6:00-7:00 PM
Learn how to make your own favorite photo into a three dimensional lithograph in the library’s Makerspace. We’ll even add some mood lighting! Registration required.

DIY Reclaimed Wood Signs

Tuesday, April 4 from 6:00-7:30 PM

Make your own wall sign out of reclaimed wood! Choose a design and use our library Makerspace to sand, print, and paint. Registration required.