EVENTS FOR TEENS

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All teen programs are designed for middle-school and high-school students.

YA Café
Every Wednesday at 4pm. Snacks provided.  
1/24        Breakout! – Ad Agent
1/31        Writing Club
2/7          Watercolor Painting
2/14        Valentine Cookie Decorating
2/21        Murder Mystery
2/28        Writing Club

Soldotna Library Friends Book Sale
Thursday, January 25 from 2pm-6pm
Join us for great reading bargains!

Teen Advisory Group
Friday, January 26 at 4pm|
Are you in middle or high school? Are you interested in serving your community and peers? Join our Teen Advisory Group!

Harry Potter Book Night
Thursday, February 1 at 4pm
Join us for some magical activities celebrating the world of Harry Potter! Costumes encouraged!

Art Reception: Leslie Byrd
Tuesday, February 6 at 6:00pm
Currently on display at the library is a collection of work by Leslie Byrd. Join us for refreshments and dialogue with the artist.

Game Day: Pandemic®
Saturday, February 10 at 2pm
Do you have what it takes to save the world? Come play Pandemic®, a cooperative board game where players work as a team to treat deadly infections around the world while searching for a cure. Join other community members to learn and play this award winning table top game. Copies will be provided or bring your own.

Teen Advisory Group
Friday, February 16 at 4pm in the basement
Are you in middle or high school? Are you interested in serving your community and peers? Join our Teen Advisory Group! 

Flashlight Tag
Friday, February 16 at 5:45pm
Come to a fun after-hours event!  Bring your friends and play flashlight tag! Please meet by the fireplace at 5:45 before our doors close to participate. Bring your own standard sized flashlight! 

Soldotna Library Friends Book Sale
Thursday, February 22 from 2pm-6pm
Join us for great reading bargains!

Teen Study Groups
Every Thursday from 3:00pm-6:00pm in Conference Room A
Need a quiet place to study? Unsure of a specific subject? Come to the library to study with your peers and help each other succeed. Stop by the library’s front desk before you enter the room.

Book Riot’s 2018 Read Harder Challenge
Welcome to the 2018 Read Harder challenge. Every year, more and more of you discover and complete Read Harder, and with every new edition, we give you 24 tasks that will invite new genres, new authors, and new worlds, both real and imaginary, into your reading life. You may count one book for multiple tasks or read one book per task. Hopefully you’ll find tasks that excite you and tasks that push your reading boundaries.  We encourage you to push yourself, to take advantage of this challenge as a way to explore books that you otherwise wouldn’t try. But this isn’t a test. We like books because they allow us to see the world from a new perspective.  That’s what this is—a perspective shift—but one for which you’ll only be accountable to yourself.  If you want a bit more accountability nonetheless, add a social element to your challenge, or need some help with challenge books, the Read Harder group on Goodreads is an excellent resource. You can also check in all over social media with the hashtag #ReadHarder. Learn more at www.bookriot.com. If you feel stuck on a task, don’t fret. Just ask library staff for help! We love to do reader’s advisory.