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Teens



All events are for grades 6–12 and will be held in the
George & Yvonne Burgess Community Room unless otherwise noted.

All Ages Anime
Friday, January 2 • 2–4 p.m. • All ages
Ring in the New Year with Japanese games, crafts and snacks, and a screening of Studio Ghibli’s classic film My Neighbor Totoro (G).

Chocolate? Okay.
Friday, February 13 • 4:30–7 p.m. • Teens in grades 6 and up
It’s nearly Valentine’s Day, so why not let your heart ache a bit over one of the greatest love stories of our time? Join us for a screening of The Fault in Our Stars (PG-13) and comfort yourself with a variety of chocolaty treats.

Nuno Zori Worksop @ Otaku Teens
Monday, February 16 • 4:30–7 p.m. • Teens in grades 6 and up
Hey teens, looking for a break from your everyday life? You know what you need to escape? Shoes. Guest artist LeBrie Rich will show us how to weave Nuno Zori, traditional Japanese sandals. If Japan-pop is not your bag, but you’d love you some footwear, stop by the Children’s Reference Desk or call 503-718- 2656 to sign up for the workshop. You will not be required to read Pandora Hearts, but why not try it?

Teen Book Groups
Join a teen book discussion group and discover some outrageous reads while enjoying snacks, games and crafts. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Sign up at the Children's Reference Desk and get your free copy of the books while supplies last. A big thanks to the Friends of the Tigard Library for sponsoring all the book groups.

J-Pop fans unite! Join this manga book group and mingle with other otaku teens while watching anime, making stuff and enjoying Japanese snacks. Registration required. Sign up at the Children’s Reference Desk and get your free copy of the book while supplies last.

Otaku Teens
Pandora Hearts by Jun Mochizuki
Monday, February 16 | 4:30–7 p.m.
Teens in grades 6 and up Oz and Alice meet in the Abyss, an eternal prison from which there is no escape. Guest artist LeBrie Rich will teach us how to weave Nuno Zori, traditional Japanese sandals.




 
  • Books for Teens
  • Cultural/Museum Pass
  • Homework Help
  • Teen Program Brochure

  • Claim Your Space!
    The Young Adult Room is a teen-only space from 3–7 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends. Meet friends, play games, get research help or reading recommendations and, of course, use the computers.


    DIY: Technartology Show
    Ages 12 and up
    Teens in grades 6 and up
    Submit February 1 - 28

    Submit your work to our technology-themed art show curated by the Teen Library Council. Stop by the library to pick up a submission form or check our website to download one. Submit work in any of three categories:

    Art made with technology
    Technology-themed art
    Art made by human power

    Teen Library Council will select a favorite from each category, and library patrons can vote for their own choice on Facebook. We’ll accept submissions from Sunday, February 1–Saturday, February 28. We will display favorites in the Young Adult Room during Teen Tech Week Sunday, March 8–Saturday, March 14.



    Teen Library Council
    Get involved in the library! Help plan events, displays and collections for teens. Learn how the library works and create new and exciting teen activities. Teen Library Council members must commit to meeting once a month. Email Lisa at LisaE@tigard-or.gov or stop by the library for an application. Space is limited, so act now.

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    City of Tigard, 13125 SW Hall Blvd, Tigard, OR 97223
    Automated Phone Attendant: 503-639-4171
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