March and April Teen Happenings

March and April Teen Happenings

March 1 - April 30

Stop by the Teen Section! Vote for your favorite book for March Madness.

Join a collaborative  poetry project for Poetry

Month in April.

 


Teen Advisory Group (TAG)

Teen Advisory Group (TAG)

March 7, April 4

& May 9 at 7 PM

 

Join TAG and share your thoughts and suggestions about books, programs, and games we should purchase for the library. Snacks will be provided. Click here to register.

 


Bling’s the Thing

Bling’s the Thing

Friday, March 15 at 3 PM

 

Teen Community Service opportunity! Come make two sets of beaded earrings, one to keep and one to donate to domestic violence shelters. With Joan Lloyd from Blings’s the Thing.

Click here to register.

 


Paint and Sip

Paint and Sip

Monday. April 29 at 5 PM

 

Sip refreshments and create a beautiful painting with

instructor Melanie. Registration begins April 15.

 


Study, Study, Study

Study, Study, Study

Monday, April 29 -

Monday, June 24

 

The library has it all from our large community room to quiet study nooks tha you can reserve, as well as tables and chairs located through the library. Come check us out while you prepare for your finals, AP, IB, Regents, or other exams. Spots are based on a first come availability during our regular library hours.

 


Art and Architecture: 3D Models

Art and Architecture: 3D Models

Thursday, May 16 at 7 PM

 

Build 3D city models using cardboard boxes, bottle tops, and paper with instructor Alexis. Registration begins on May 2.

 


Comics Plus

Free for YOU with your LIBRARY CARD
Unlimited Access to thousands of digital comics, graphics, mangas and more!
Every title is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
No holds, no waiting lists.
Two separate collections--
The Children's Collection, geared just to kids
OR
the WHOLE THING,
including Children's, Teen and Adult t materials
Get started HERE!
The small print--search for Ramapo Catskill Library System if you go in without the above link.
You'll need your library card. Enter the number on the back without any breaks or dashes.
Your PIN is usually the phone number you used when you registered for your library card.

 


Magazines and Databases for Students
Includes Online College Database, Opposing Viewpoints, encyclopedias, journals, Grolier, magazines, and other research databases and web sites.

The American Presidency Project includes more than 111,400 documents relating to the presidency, including executive orders, proclamations, press conferences, weekly radio addresses, fireside chats, and State of the Union presentations with links to audio and video.

Book of the States is your source for state, commonwealth, and territory comparative data. Can elected officials serve executive terms? Which states legalized capital punishment? Agriculture, energy, elections, technology, human services and more. Fun facts include each state's offical bird, motto, song and flower.

New York State Driver's Manual & Practice Tests will help you prepare for your written permit test and road test, or help you brush up on the rules of the road.