555 N. Maple Road, Saline, MI 48176 (734) 429-5450 Fax:(734) 944-0600 Mon-Thu 9a-9p Fri-Sat 10a-5p Sun 1p-5p

What's happening? Free programs for teens in middle and high school. Registration is requested for most programs; please call 429-5450, sign up in person, or email reference@salinelibrary.org. Programs are held in the Brecon Room unless indicated otherwise.

Pizza & Pages
Our Teen book group meets once a month on Mondays from 3:00-3:35. Ages 12+ are welcome. Books are available at the Reference Desk. Upcoming sessions are:

September 21: What did you read this summer? Just come ready to meet new people and talk about what you read this summer.
October 19: Code Name Verity
November 16: Killer of Enemies
December 14: We Were Liars

Anime Afternoons
Join us as we watch your favorite anime, preview new ones, and try loads of Japanese snacks! Upcoming sessions are:

October 5th
November 9th
December 7th

RELAX! Yoga for Teens
Friday afternoons @ 3:00
Denise Johnson from Always Time For Yoga, LLC will guide teens through stress releasing yoga poses for beginners. Bring a mat or towel (some mats will be available). Upcoming sessions are:

September 18th
September 25th
October 16th
November 20th

Writers' Workshop for Teens
October 6, 3:00
Published author, Claudia Whitsitt will talk about the writing process and have some fun, collaborative prompts to help you get writing!

October 29, 3:00
Just in time for Halloween, expert ghost hunter, Jeff Westover, will be presenting paranormal evidence from around the Saline and Irish Hills areas. Prepare to be spooked!

Day of the Dead
November 2, 3:00
Dia de Los Muertos/Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican celebration of life and death. Join us for authentic Mexican treats and to make your own calavera and decorated pumpkin.

MOCKINGJAY Release Party
November 19, 3:00
Get ready for the final installation of the Hunger Games movies! We will make Mockingjay bags and mini bow and arrow sets, as well as series inspired eats and trivia.

Hour of Code
December 12, 10:15 or 11:30: Computer Lab
The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries who want to learn how to computer code. Two hour long tutorials will take place, sign up for one. Space is limited!

Holiday Lights
December 16, 3:00
Sparkling Crafts to give or keep!

(Note: Registration is requested for most teen programs; please call 429-5450, stop by the Adult Reference Desk, or email reference@salinelibrary.org to sign up!)