Teens

Teen Read Down Fines

For ages 12-18. Want to read and get some of your fines taken care of? 15 minutes of reading = $1 in library bucks that may be used toward paying BPL fines only. Cannot be used for lost, missing, or damaged items. Limit of $4 in library bucks per session.

Teen Read Down Fines

For ages 12-18. Want to read and get some of your fines taken care of? 15 minutes of reading = $1 in library bucks that may be used toward paying BPL fines only. Cannot be used for lost, missing, or damaged items. Limit of $4 in library bucks per session.

National Cat Day

For all ages.  Send us your photos of pets dressed up for Halloween throughout the month of October to refstaff@beloitlibrary.org.  We will pick out the winners on National Cat Day for best dressed, scariest, and cutest pets.

Ghost Hunting presented by the Society for Anomalous Studies

For ages 13 and up. This presentation will explore the history, techniques, and equipment used to capture evidence of paranormal activity. Hear and see intriguing evidence captured from abandoned prisons, asylums and haunted locations right here in Wisconsin.

Paperbacked! Teen Book Discussion

For ages 12-18.  Let’s discuss the book “Glory O’Brien’s History of the Future“ by A. S. King.

Breakfast Club Teen Movie

For ages 13-19.  PG-13 Showing “McFarland USA.” Based on the inspiring true story of underdogs triumphing over tremendous obstacles, this heartwarming drama follows novice runners who strive to build a cross-country team under Coach Jim White (Kevin Costner) in their predominantly Latino high school.

Teen Writer’s Workshop

For ages 12-18. Join Sherry Blakeley to learn how to develop your writing skills. 

Gaming Club

For ages 12-18. Bring your own Yu-Gi-Oh or gaming cards, and other board and card games will also be available. Try out our new gaming cart with XBOX 360. Refreshments served.

Paperbacked! Teen Book Discussion

For ages 12-18. Let’s discuss the book “I Am Malala” by Malala Yousafzai. “I Am Malala” is the remarkable tale of a family uprooted by global terrorism, of the fight for girls' education, of a father who, himself a school owner, championed and encouraged his daughter to write and attend school, and of brave parents who have a fierce love for their daughter in a society that prizes sons. Part of Community Read Rock County. The public is welcome.

Breakfast Club Teen Movie

For ages 13-19. PG-13 Showing “Insurgent,” sequel to Divergent. Protagonist Beatrice (Tris) Prior’s society is falling apart. The 4 factions who have peacefully coexisted for as long as anyone can remember are now at war with each other, and the armed factionless are positioning for power.

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