We are glad you are here! We offer a large collection of materials to help you with school. Don’t forget that our library also offers a huge variety of free downloads, including music, movies, and apps for your smartphone. Ready to explore the TeenZone for yourself? Let’s get started.
The Hamilton Easy Public Library TeenZone is all about… teens! That means that it’s important to our team to get the opinions of local teens about the library’s programs and services. We have an awesome crew of energetic teens that are helping us make our TeenZone a better place to be! Interested in joining?
An LGBTQIA+ focused, in-person book club exclusively for teens! The Rainbow Reads Book Club meets monthly to discuss queer YA titles. While this is a queer-themed book club, readers across the spectrum are welcome to attend. Books are pre-selected for the first 3 months of the program.
Teens meet up online monthly to play the popular role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons. Experienced players and newbies are all welcome. Participants will need to set up a free account at Roll20.net. Game links will be sent out to registrants via email prior to the event. For grades 6-12. Registration required.
Enjoy this extended Fall Break edition of Anime Club with an extra hour of anime with other teen fans! Attendees get to choose what we watch from a variety of popular anime shows. For grades 6-12. Registration required for Zoom info....
Work alongside our Maker-in-Residence, Eric Salazar, as he uses both the AV Studio and the Ignite residency space to record and make music. Learn about his techniques and methods, and get hands on experience in engineering, recording and composing music. Get help completing a piece you started during one of his classes or try your hand at making music with musical instruments in the studio. All ages welcome....
Photographer and artist Tara Maxwell Stewart (theaquacanvas.com) will give tips for teens wanting to learn more about photography and how to take great photos, even with just their phones! Teens are encouraged to bring their own phone, camera, or device to get hands-on experience using the skills they learn from the photographer, but it is not required.