JMRL Teen Page

If you’re a teenager in grades 6 - 12, or a parent, teacher, or other adult who works with teens, Young Adult Services at the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library has you covered!


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Central Library 434.979.7151 ext 215 | Email Young Adult Staff

Make & Take Projects

March 31, 2015
12:00 am

Age 11 and up
Enjoy crafts but short on time? Stop by the Lower Level of the Central Library for quick and easy projects to do at your own pace, or take them to go. Materials are provided.

  • January: Snowflakes
  • February: Valentines
  • March: Mehndi
  • April: Collage Poetry
  • May: Blackout Comics

Read For A Cause

March 31, 2015
12:00 am

Grades 6-12
February 15 to March 31

Help support Charlottesville's Books on Bikes community outreach and literacy program.
It's simple!

  • Read a Book
  • Post a picture of the book on Instagram or Twitter
  • Be sure to use the tags #jmrl and #yaread4acause
For every book read by a teen during this campaign the Friends of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library will donate $1.00 up to a maximum donation of $500.

Central Teen Advisory Board

April 01, 2015
4:30 pm

Grades 6-12
Call Angela at 434.979.7151 x4 with questions.

Monthly on the first Wednesday:
January 7, February 4, March 4, April 1, May 6

Central TAB is looking for new members. Earn volunteer hours by helping to plan teen programs, displays, and activities. The major Spring project is "read for a Cause" to benefit Charlottesville's Books on Bikes program. Refreshments provided.

Make It @ the Library

April 08, 2015
4:30 pm

Grades 6-12
Drop in

Monthly on the second Wednesday:
January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13

Kickstart your creativity with our monthly Pop-up MakerSpace. Start with our monthly project or use supplies on hand to make your own project.

  • January: Build a simple automaton
  • February: Animation, Cartooning, Book Trailers
  • March: Architecture Challenge - Legos & More (A Big Read Program)
  • April: T-shirt Decoration (Bring your own T-shirt!)
  • May: Build a scribbling machine

Central Teen Book Group

April 15, 2015
4:30 pm

Grades 6-12
Registration ongoing. Call 434.979.7151 x4 to sign up. Limit 15 participants. Free books for the first 8 to register. Content and reading level of the books will be geared toward ages 13 and up.

Monthly on the third Wednesday:
January 21, February 18, March 18, April 15, May 20

Join other teens in discussing graphic novels and other books. Refreshments served. Check the blog at GSTS blog for updates on what the group's activities.

Milmitjpa Manikay (Evening Songs)

April 16, 2015
7:00 pm

Ages 14 and up
Registration is recommended and will begin April 2. But drop-ins are welcome.

Australian Aboriginal artist, elder, and musician Wandjuk Marika once said "there is no real distinction for us between art and life." How can art, music, and poetry fit into the daily rhythms of our busy lives? Join us in exploring Australian Aboriginal art and music to find inspiration for your own writing. Bring your favorite pen and notebook. Sponsored by the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVa in celebration of National Poetry Month.

Scary Movie & Pajama Party

April 17, 2015
6:00 pm

Grades 6-12
Required registration begins April 1. Call 434.979.7151 x4 to sign up.

After hours at the library just got scarier! Come in PJs and prepare to be scared. The movie will be "The Quiet Ones," rated PG-13. There will also be games, popcorn, and drinks.

What's Up Wednesdays

April 22, 2015
4:30 pm

Grades 6-12
Drop in.

Monthly on the fourth Wednesday.
January 28, February 25, March 25, April 22, May 27

Hang out at the library for games, crafts, and snacks. Play along with the day's activity or do your own thing with friends.

  • January: Unplugged games afternoon
  • February: Zendoodle
  • March: Monogram bottle cap magnets (A Big Read program)
  • April: Get your sillies on with crazy challenges
  • May: Recycled CD decorations

Blast Off!

April 28, 2015
4:30 pm

Grades 4-7
Registration required. Call 434.979.7151 x3 beginning April 7.

Explore the solar system with a roll of toilet paper and a straw. Will your rocket reach the moon?
A STEM program.

Unplugged Games Afternoon

April 29, 2015
4:30 pm

Grades 6-12.
Whether you prefer old favorites like "Apples to Apples" and "jenga" or would like to try something new, drop by the library for an afternoon of low-tech games and snacks.

Hypertufa Planters Craft Workshop

April 29, 2015
6:30 pm

Ages 14 and up.
Required registration begins April 15. Class size is limited.

Make hypertufa planters that will look great in your garden. All supplies are provided. Dress to get messy.

Poem in Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

All ages.

Stop by the library today and pick out a gift-wrapped poem to carry in your pocket. Unwrap it and read it to yourself, share it with someone close, or just tuck it in your pocket for a rainy day.

Poetry on the Steps

April 30, 2015
7:00 pm

All ages.
Celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day with an open mic poetry reading. Meet us under the oaks on the Library steps to read a few of your favorite poems, or just come to listen. Original poems and old favorites are welcome. Refreshments will be served.

Book Buffet - Free Comic Book Day Edition

May 02, 2015
9:00 am

All ages.
No reservations required, just an appetite for good books.

Try it - you might like it. Ravenous readers, take a seat at designated Book Tasting tables where you will discover delicious new books you may enjoy. In honor of Free Comic Book Day, the menu will feature graphic novels and other illustrated books. Check out your favorites and then stop by the Children's Department or the Reference Desk for your free comic book. . . . while supplies last.

Window Stars Craft Workshop

May 06, 2015
6:30 pm

Ages 14 and up.
Required registration begins April 22. Class size is limited.

Learn how to fold colorful paper stars to display in the window. All supplies are provided.

Back to Kindergarten Day

May 16, 2015
2:00 pm

Grades 6-12.
Registration is recommended. Call 434.979.7151 x4 beginning May 1 to register.

The end of the school year is stressful with exams around the corner and projects due. Blow off some steam at the library with all of the activities that made Kindergarten fun like fingerpainting and snack time.

Crozet Library 434.823.4050 | Email Us

Stitches Handcraft Group

March 31, 2015
4:30 pm

Ages 8 and up.
No registration required; drop-ins are always welcome.

Monthly on the last Tuesday:
January 27, February 24, March 31, April 28, May 26

Come one, come all. Bring any handwork project you’re working on or are interested in learning, and join this group for an hour of handcrafting and sharing.

Going Vintage Challenge

April 01, 2015

Grades 6-12.

Month of April.

We challenge you to unplug, de-modernize, and return to a simpler time this month. Join us for several activities that encourage taking a break from technology, and be entered to win some groovy prizes. Contact the Crozet Library for details.

Musings: A Teen Writer's Workshop

April 07, 2015
6:30 pm

Grades 7-12.
Drop-ins are always welcome.

Monthly on the first Tuesday:
January 6, February 3, March 3, April 7, May 5

Join other teen writers every month to stretch the imagination with new techniques and diverse prompts that will inspire your creative writing process. Feel free to bring any of your writing with you: this is a great opportunity to hone your writing skills, share your work, and receive helpful feedback.

Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

April 14, 2015
6:30 pm

Grades 6-12.
Registration recommended.

Monthly on the following Tuesdays:
January 20, February 10, March 17 (new date!), April 14, May 19

We need your ideas! Help the library plan and lead teen programs, displays, and activities. Members will enjoy yummy snacks and receive volunteer hours for their participation with TAB. It’s your library - Make a difference.

Milmitjpa Manikay (Evening Songs)

April 21, 2015
7:00 pm

Ages 14 and up.
Registration required and begins March 30.

Australian Aboriginal artist, elder, and musician Wandjuk Marika once said, “There is no real distinction for us between art and life.” How can art, music, and poetry fit into the daily rhythms of our busy lives? Join us in exploring Australian Aboriginal art and music to find inspiration for your own writing. Bring your favorite pen and notebook. Sponsored by the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVa in celebration of National Poetry Month.

Teen Open Mic Night

April 24, 2015
7:00 pm

Grades 6-12.
If you’d like to perform or submit art, registration is required by April 17.

The stage is yours tonight: Share music, poetry, stories, dance, art, and anything else you wish to perform, or join the audience for an evening of entertainment.

Study Buddies

April 27, 2015
6:00 pm

Open to grades K-6.
Registration requested, but drop-ins are welcome.

Monthly on the following Mondays:
January 26, February 9, March 30, April 27

Need homework help? Let our teen study buddies help you with homework, reading, or math. Open to grades K-6.

The Literati Book Club

April 28, 2015
6:00 pm

Grades 9-12.
Registration begins April 7.

The Crozet Library leads a diverse range of fun book clubs for teens. A free copy of the book is included for each participant. Registration is required. Snacks served at each meeting.

Read Stolen by Lucy Christopher. Don’t miss this special iteration of the Literati Book Club, which will feature a discussion of the Australian landscape and an art project led by staff from the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection. Geared toward mature readers, or grades 9-12.

Poem in Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

All ages.

Stop by the library today and pick out a gift-wrapped poem to carry in your pocket. Unwrap it and read it to yourself, share it with someone close, or just tuck it in your pocket for a rainy day.

Fandom Friday: Anime Club, Cosplay Edition

May 01, 2015
6:30 pm

Grades 6-12.
Registration is required and begins on April 10.

Calling all anime and manga fans: come share your favorites and watch some popular anime. Dress as your favorite anime character and participate in our cosplay contest, or just sit back and enjoy the show.

Take a Screen Break: There's So Much More to Do!

May 04, 2015

All ages.
May 4-10

Fill out a nifty Screen Break Pledge Sheet, pledging to reduce your normal amount of TV viewing and screen time. Pledge sheets will be available beginning Monday, April 20. Bring your completed pledge sheet in by Saturday, May 23 and receive a free book! Show us that you turned off all screens for the entire week, and you’ll be entered in a drawing for an extra-special prize!

Teen Book Swap Party

May 26, 2015
6:00 pm

Grades 6-12.
Registration begins May 5.

Looking for something new and exciting to read? All teens are invited to bring gently used, age appropriate books to exchange at the annual book swap party. Stick around afterwards for games, refreshments, crafts, and more fun.

Gordon Avenue Library 434.296.5544 | Email Us

Advisory Committee of Teens (ACT)

April 01, 2015
7:00 pm

Grades 6-12.
Registration recommended.

Monthly on the first Wednesday:
January 7, February 4, March 4, April 1, May 6

Be a part of something big. Plan teen stuff for the library, create displays, share good books, and more. Snacks will be provided and members can receive volunteer hours for participation. It’s your chance to make the library your own.

Gordon Avenue Pathfinder Gaming Group

April 08, 2015
6:30 pm

Ages 12-17.
Registration required, begins December 31. Limit: 6 participants.

Second and fourth Wednesdays.
January 28, February 11 & 25, (no meetings in March due to Book Sale), April 8 & 22, May 13 & 27

A beginners group playing Pathfinder RPG (Role Playing Game). Materials and snacks provided, so all you need to bring is your creativity and dice, if you've got them.

Graphically Speaking: Graphic Novel/Manga Book Group

April 23, 2015
4:00 pm

Grades 7-12.
Registration required, begins January 1.

Monthly on Thursdays (no meeting January 15).
February 19, March 12, April 23, May 21

Come and join other teens to discuss and read great graphic novels, manga, and more. Free copies of the book to the first 5 to sign up. Light snacks will be provided.


Tween/Teen Screen Saturdays

April 25, 2015
2:30 pm

Grades 5-12.
No registration required.

Fourth Saturdays:
January 24, February 28, April 25, May 23

Relax and enjoy a free movie and popcorn each month just for tweens and teens. You choose and vote on what we watch. Check with the library to see what movie will be playing.

Poem in Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

All ages.

Stop by the library today and pick out a gift-wrapped poem to carry in your pocket. Unwrap it and read it to yourself, share it with someone close, or just tuck it in your pocket for a rainy day.

Teen Lock-In

May 29, 2015
5:00 pm

Grades 6-12.
Required registration begins May 15.

Ever wanted to have the library all to yourself? Now you can! Please join us after the library closes on Friday for a variety of fun activities. Possible fun includes: snacks, music, games, and more.

Greene County Library 434.985.5227 | Email Us

The Book Sharks of Greene

April 04, 2015
2:00 pm

Grades 4-7.
Registration is required and ongoing. Please call 434.985.5227 or stop by the circulation desk at the Greene County Library to sign up the first time you come.

Monthly on the first Saturday:
January 3, February 7, March 7, April 4, May 2

Guys will read and discuss boy-oriented books, as well as snack and do other book related activities. The first 10 boys to arrive receive a copy of next month’s book.

Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

April 08, 2015
3:30 pm

Grades 6-12.
Registration recommended but not required. Please call 434.985.5227 or stop by the circulation desk at Greene County Library to sign up the first time you come.

Monthly on the second Wednesday:
January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13

Do you have an idea for the Library? The TAB chooses teen programs, runs a book club, decorates the YA corner, writes book reviews, and more. The Library provides snacks, and participants receive volunteer hours for attending.

Rapunzels: A Book Group for Tween Girls

April 16, 2015
3:30 pm

Grades 4-8.
Registration is required and is ongoing. Please call or stop by the circulation desk to sign up the first time you come.

Monthly on the third Thursday
January 15, February 19, March 19, April 16, May 21.

The Rapunzels read and discuss great books, eat book-related snacks, and make crafts or play games. The first 15 girls to arrive receive a copy of the next month's book.


The Story Behind the Writing of "Brotherhood"

April 17, 2015
7:00 pm

All ages.
No registration required.

"The year is 1867, and Richmond, Virginia, lies in ruins." Virginia author, A.B. Westrick, will talk about her 2014 Jefferson Cup Award winning book "Brotherhood" and the family history that led her to write this historical novel for ages 10 and up. Refreshments provided.

Bibliophiles: A Teen Book Club

April 22, 2015
3:30 pm

Grades 8-12.
Registration is recommended, but not required. Please call or stop by the desk to sign up.

Monthly on Wednesdays:
January 28, February 25, March 18, April 22, May 27

Enjoy an afternoon of book discussion, snacks, and laughs with other Greene County teens. The first 9 teens to arrive at each meeting receive a copy of the next month's book.

Poem in Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

All ages.

Stop by the library today and pick out a gift-wrapped poem to carry in your pocket. Unwrap it and read it to yourself, share it with someone close, or just tuck it in your pocket for a rainy day.

Dressed to Play: A Game Night Masquerade

May 01, 2015
7:00 pm

Grades 6-12.
Required registration begins April 10.

What happens when you combine a costume party with game night? Put on a costume, bring a board game, and find out. Snacks and drinks will be served.

Louisa County Library 540.894.5853 | Email Us

Food Fear Factor

April 17, 2015
3:30 pm

Grades 6-12.
Registration required and begins April 6.

Would you munch on a bug? Do you enjoy trying bizarre foods? Join us for a fun food competition where you can compete and eat some strange and possibly scary foods.

Teen Advisory Board

April 20, 2015
4:00 pm

Grades 6-12.
Registration requested but not required. Please call 540.894.5853 with questions.

Monthly on the following Mondays:
January 12, February 9, March 9, April 20, May 11.

This is your chance to be heard when it comes to programming at the Louisa County Library. Help plan teen programs and participate in activities. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation in TAB.

Well-Versed Poetry Group

April 27, 2015
4:00 pm

Grades 6-12.

Monthly on the following Mondays:
January 26, February 23, March 23, April 27, May 18.

A free form poetry group that meets to read, write, discuss, and more. Snacks and drinks are provided. New members always welcome.

Poem in Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

All ages.

Stop by the library today and pick out a gift-wrapped poem to carry in your pocket. Unwrap it and read it to yourself, share it with someone close, or just tuck it in your pocket for a rainy day.

Free Comic Book Day Extravaganza

May 02, 2015
10:00 am

All ages.

Celebrate Free Comic Book Day at the library. There will be workshops, costume contests, crafts, food and more. Register between April 13-24 to receive your free swag bag and tickets that can be redeemed for pizza and drinks.

Nelson Memorial Library 434.263.5904 | Email Us

Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

April 01, 2015
3:00 pm

Grades 6-12.
No registration required.

Monthly on the first Wednesday:
January 7, February 4, March 4, April 1, May 6

Want to help out at the library? Create teen stuff for the library, create displays, share good books, and more. Members can receive volunteer hours for participation. This is your chance to make the library your own. The TAB meets once a month at the Nelson County High School library.

April Is National Poetry Month

April 01, 2015
3:30 pm

Please register by March 25 if you would like to read a poem or just come by and support everyone who is brave enough to share a poem.

On April 1 come read your favorite poem at the library’s Open Mic.

Creative Craft Pick Up Corner

April 20, 2015

All ages.
Each month we will have a weekly creative craft corner activity that is available for all ages.

  • January 12-17: Altered book craft
  • February 17-21: Origami
  • March 16-21: Mandalas for India (part of The Big Read)
  • April 20-25: Altered book craft
  • May 11-16: Paper flowers

Graphically Speaking

April 22, 2015
4:00 pm

Grades 6-12.

Toucan: The Official SDCC Blog, Comic-Con, graphic novels, comic books, manga, anime – what does it all mean? The library will be dissecting all these topics. Everyone in attendance will get a free graphic novel.

Spring Break Movie

April 25, 2015
10:30 am


Spring Break is almost over so celebrate by coming by to watch “The Boxtrolls” (Rated PG.) Snacks will be provided.

Poem in Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

All ages.

Stop by the library today and pick out a gift-wrapped poem to carry in your pocket. Unwrap it and read it to yourself, share it with someone close, or just tuck it in your pocket for a rainy day.

Samplings

April 30, 2015


Monthly on the last Thursday:
January 29, February 26, March 26, April 30, May 28

You are invited each month to a samplings’ buffet of books. Come enjoy the smorgasbord of delightful new and older books on the last Thursday of each month.

Comic Book Day

May 02, 2015


May 2 has been declared Free Comic Book Day. Who is your favorite comic book character? Maybe your favorite comic book character will show up? The library will have free comic books while supplies last.

Ducktivity

May 20, 2015
4:00 pm

Grades 6-12.

It’s called Ducktivity and no, it is not about a duck. It’s about duck tape!

Northside Library 434.973.7893 | Email Us

Make & Take Crafts

March 31, 2015
12:00 am

Enjoy crafts but short on time? Stop by the information desk for quick and easy projects to do at your own pace, or take them to go. Materials are provided.

March: Mehndi

  • April: Blackout poetry
  • May: Magnets
  • Author Presentation: Kashmira Sheth

    March 31, 2015
    6:00 pm

    All ages.
    Registration is recommended but not required.

    Meet the author of “Boys Without Names,” “Keeping Corner” and “Blue Jasmine.” This presentation will focus on Sheth’s middle grade and young adult titles, and the author will be able to answer questions from the audience.

    Pressed Flowers

    April 01, 2015
    6:30 pm

    Ages 14 and up.
    Registration begins March 19. Class size is limited.

    Nature crafter Nancy Campbell has been collecting and pressing leaves and flowers. In this workshop we’ll use them to create a collage worthy of framing.

    Anime Club

    April 06, 2015
    6:30 pm

    Grades 6-12.
    Registration is recommended but not required.

    Monthly on the following Mondays:
    January 5, February 2, March 16, April 6, May 4

    Watch episodes of your favorite anime with friends while enjoying snacks and pocky. Show ratings range from TV-G to TV-14.

    Northside Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

    April 08, 2015
    5:00 pm

    Grades 6-12.
    Registration is recommended but not required.

    Second Wednesdays
    January 14, February 11, (No March meeting), April 8, May 13

    We need your help. Come be a part of the Northside Teen Advisory Board. Help create displays, plan programs and activities while earning volunteer
    hours. Enjoy snacks and meet new people.

    Afternoon Movie Marathon

    April 11, 2015
    12:00 pm

    Grades 6-12.
    Registration recommended by not required.

    Enjoy the last weekend of spring break with a movie marathon. Vote on two different movies that will be shown back to back while you enjoy popcorn, pizza, and drinks. Feel free to come for one or both.

    Squishy Circuits Workshop

    April 16, 2015
    4:30 pm

    Required registration begins April 2.

    It looks like playdough, but conducts electricity. Add batteries and colorful LED lights and there’s no telling what crazy contraption you can create.

    Game Night

    April 20, 2015
    6:30 pm

    Grades 6-12.
    Registration is recommended but not required.

    Monthly on the following Mondays:
    January 12, February 9, March 23, April 20, May 11

    Wii, PS2, board games, and prizes. Come with a friend or meet new people.

    Chapter Chat Book Club

    April 27, 2015
    6:00 pm

    Ages 11-14.
    Required registration is ongoing. The first 10 registered will receive a free copy of the book.

    Monthly on Mondays
    Jan 26, (No Feb meeting), Mar 30, Apr 27, May 18

    Come discuss books and do a related activity while enjoying free snacks. Books to be read in April and May will be chosen by the group.

    Book Buzz Book Club

    April 27, 2015
    7:15 pm

    Ages 14-18.
    Required registration is ongoing. The first 8 registered will receive a free copy of the book!

    Monthly on Mondays
    January 26, (no February meeting), March 30, April 27, May 18

    Come discuss books and do a related activity while enjoying free snacks. Books to be read in April and May will be chosen by the group.

    • January 26: Incarnate by Jodi Meadows
    • February: No meeting
    • March 30: Keeping Corner by Kashmira Sheth
    • April 27: Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer
    • May 18: 18 Best Stories by Edgar Allan Poe

    Fave Fandoms

    April 30, 2015

    Last Thursdays
    March 26, April 30, May 28

    Celebrate your favorite fandoms by testing your knowledge with trivia and creating a craft while enjoying themed snacks.

    • March 26: Divergent
    • April 30: Sherlock
    • May 28: Supernatural

    Poem in Your Pocket Day

    April 30, 2015

    All ages.

    Stop by the library today and pick out a gift-wrapped poem to carry in your pocket. Unwrap it and read it to yourself, share it with someone close, or just tuck it in your pocket for a rainy day.

    Take a Screen Break

    May 04, 2015

    All ages.
    Week of May 4-10.

    There’s so much more to do! Fill out a nifty Screen Break Pledge Sheet, pledging to reduce your normal amount of TV viewing and screen time. Pledge sheets will be available beginning Monday, April 20. Bring your completed pledge sheet in by Saturday, May 23 and receive a free book. Show us that you turned off all screens for the entire week, and you’ll be entered in a drawing for an extra-special prize.

    Hypertufa Planter

    May 06, 2015
    6:30 pm

    Ages 14 and up.
    Registration begins April 15. Class size is limited.

    Make hypertufa planters that will look great in your garden. All supplies are provided. Dress to get messy.

    Vintage Game Time

    May 07, 2015
    4:00 pm

    Grades 5-8.
    Registration is recommended but not required.

    Celebrate National Screen Free week with special vintage style games. Play a number of old school games and get prizes while enjoying snacks and drinks.

    Scottsville Library 434.286.3541 | Email Us

    Saris and Shalwars - A Big Read Program

    March 31, 2015
    7:00 pm

    Required registration begins March 9.

    Explore India’s various types of dress and the traditions, culture and customs that surround them. Try on outfits and learn to tie a sari. Class taught by Gypsy McMillian.

    The Movie "The Hundred-Foot Journey" - A Big Read Program

    April 06, 2015
    7:00 pm

    The Kadam family leaves India for France where they open a restaurant directly across the street from Madame Mallory’s Michelin-starred eatery. Adapted from the book by Richard Morais. Starring Helen Mirren. Rated PG. Popcorn will be served.

    Inklings: A Book Club for Grades 6-12

    April 21, 2015
    7:00 pm

    Grades 6-12.
    Monthly on the following Tuesdays:
    January 6, February 17, March 17, April 21, May 19

    Join the Scottsville Library’s long-running teen book club, The Inklings, for a fun and lively conversation. Pick up your free book at the circulation desk.

    Poem in Your Pocket Day

    April 30, 2015

    All ages.

    Stop by the library today and pick out a gift-wrapped poem to carry in your pocket. Unwrap it and read it to yourself, share it with someone close, or just tuck it in your pocket for a rainy day.

    Take a Screen Break

    May 04, 2015

    All ages.
    May 4-10

    There’s so much more to do! Fill out a nifty Screen Break Pledge Sheet, pledging to reduce your normal amount of TV viewing and screen time. Pledge sheets will be available beginning Monday, April 20. Bring your completed pledge sheet in by Saturday, May 23 and receive a free book. Show us that you turned off all screens for the entire week, and you’ll be entered in a drawing for an extra-special prize.

    All programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library.