Programs & Events for Teens

Check out the NG Art Challenge Fall 2022.

Free Driver Education Program

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The leading cause of death for 15–19 year olds in Ontario is motor vehicle crashes. Your library can help you a become safer driver.

G1.ca, a driver’s licence written test preparation website, is offering their ON-specific driver education program at no cost to library patrons! Unlimited use, no patron registration required.

Learn more and sign up for a free program here .

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Teen Book Club

Date: 3rd Monday of each month, 4–5pm | Ongoing

This book club isn’t only about books.  It’s about you!  Exercise your freedom and explore the many worlds books have to offer .  Delve into controversial subjects and have an open conversation with your peers about topics that are hot and relevant.   Book Chat is intended for teens aged 13 plus. Snack included!

Teen Art Club

Date: 3rd Monday of each month after Teen Book Club, 5-6pm | Currently Suspended

Do you like to dibble-dabble in art? Join Teen Art Club and experiment with many different mediums such as pencil, charcoal, watercolour, inks, crayons, pastels, acrylic paint, etc.! Every month we focus on a subject, do a show and tell then work on a small project together. Come share your passion for creating with your peers!