BLASCO TEEN SPACE
If you’re a teenager in grades 6 – 12, Teen Services at the Erie County Library has you covered. We have programs created just for teens. Whether you’re into games, poetry, crafts, anime, or more, there’s something for you!
MANGA MEET UP
March 23, 2017 | 7-8 PM | Rm 219
Can’t find the Manga Title you are looking for in the library collection? Are you missing a book in a series? Or do you just want to talk to other teens about your love of MANGA? Join us for the Manga Meet Up and Book Swap Party. There will be many new and used books for you to trade. Talk about your favorite series and make suggestions for new titles. Stay for the whole time or drop in as you are able. This is a Teen Event open to ages 12-17. No registration required.
COSPLAY MEET UP
April 13, 2017 | 6-7:30 PM | Room 219
Are you a fan of Homestuck, the web comic by Andrew Hussie? We invite you to join us to celebrate John Egbert’s day of birth with his favorite treats (Faygo and Doritos). We will also have a photo booth and green screen available. We encourage you to dress as a character and join in discussion and activities all about Homestuck!
This program is free and open to students age 12-18. Snacks and beverages provided. Costumes optional but enthusiastically encouraged. Contact Teen Services at 451-6904 for more information.
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
Who can join? Teens, age 13- 17, from any school district in Erie County, are eligible to join the ECPL TAB.
What will teens do on the TAB? Help the library stay current with teen trends and hot topics. Advise the library on collections, programs and services. Suggest, plan, execute and attend programs. Publicize and promote programs.
Why should I join? Make new friends and have fun while building teamwork and leadership skills. Earn community service hours which make a REAL difference in your community and get a free TAB t-shirt.
When does TAB meet? TAB meetings and events vary. Check the events calendar at www.erielibrary.org or call Teen Services at 814-451-6904 for more information.
How do you join? Attend a meeting and complete the application to get started.
EXAMPLES of TAB Activities: Movie Events, Book Clubs, Anime Events, Open Mike Poetry Events, Graphic Novel/Manga recommendations, Teen Book Reviewers, Teen Focus Groups, Advising on Teen Spaces, Fundraisers, Read –A –Thons, Gaming Tournaments, Author Events and more!
New Young Adult Non Fiction Titles
Do you know where you can find nonfiction books covering topics written just for teens?
The Teen Space!
Our latest titles cover overcoming procrastination, igniting your passions, secret history of the Vietnam War, the last great march of the civil rights movement, awful events in American history, farm workers fight for their rights, breaking out in the fight for gay rights, feminism of the real world, teenage trauma, internet celebrities traveling photo journal, true stories behind science fiction, teenage girls and coding, constellations, animal behavior, and the courageous life of a legendary nurse!
We have 4 new titles in the highly acclaimed Opposing Viewpoints series and over 150 titles available. This series offers a diversity of opinions by experts, policy makers, and concerned citizens. It is a great place to learn about a current topic. Each book includes organizations to contact and a full bibliography to continue your research. Check one out today. There are located in the Teen Space.
ABOUT TEEN SERVICES
The Teen Space is located on the 2nd floor at the Blasco Library. We welcome and value your input and ideas. Please stop by with program suggestions, research questions, book recommendations or just to introduce yourself.
Or contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org