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Teen Library Programs - LSC-Tomball Community Library



Contact Sisi, the Young Adult Librarian for more information. Email: Sisi.medina@hcpl.net or at 832-559-4200.



Teen activities are open to all Teens- Ages 10-18. No pre-registration is required unless specifically indicated.

Teen Activities:


Art Fundamentals: Faces

(Adults and Teens ages 13+)

Wednesday, February 7 at 5-6:15pm

First Floor Meeting Room L129


Join us for a free drawing class at Lone Star College-Tomball Community Library.

Draw a flapper straight from the Roaring Twenties--with a

Valentine's Day twist! Live model in costume.


Open to teens and adults ages 13+, limited to 20 artists. Registration is available online at hcpl.net or call 832-559-4200.


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Astronomy, The Study of our Universe 

(Adults and Teens)

Saturday, February 10 at 11am-12pm 

in Children's Activity Room


Join us for a presentation by NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador, Annie Wargetz. We will explore the different types of astronomy, such as radio astronomy and infrared astronomy and objects such as galaxies, nebulae, and pulsars and the tools of astronomers use to observe the objects out there. We will also explore the electromagnetic spectrum is and what we see when we look at our universe in different wavelengths. 


Registration is available at hcpl.net or call 832-559-4200.

Spiritual Chemistry (all ages)

Saturday, February 17 at 1-2pm in Main Lobby


 Celebrate African American History Month with a musical performance by "Spiritual Chemistry" a singing quartet, who will be performing live gospel hymns. There will also be crafts and refreshments.

No registration required.

Homeschool Book Club (ages 13-18)

Monday, February 19 at 1-2pm in L212


Join us to discuss Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 by Richard Paul Evans. Copies of the book, audiobook, eBook and eAudiobook are available for checkout from the library. Registration is not required.



Teen Craft (ages 11-18)

Wednesday, February 21 at 5-6pm in L129


 Come join us to make a cool craft! Materials and supplies will be provided for making a craft to take with you. Registration is not required.


Technology Classes for Teens

Classes take place in our community computer lab L216.

Teens ages 11-18 are welcome.

Registration is limited. 

Register online, visit a reference desk, or call to book your spot!



Friday, February 2 at 5pm

Come see what the library has to offer! We'll help you learn to use your device and access library resources to borrow eBooks and more for free.


Minecraft - Hour of Code

Friday, February 9 at 5pm

Teens will learn the basic concepts of coding with tutorials and drag and drop programming for the popular video game, Minecraft. This program can be a fun learning experience for any skill level. Teens can also explore Scratch coding to enhance their coding skills.


Google Docs

Wednesday, February 14 at 5pm

Learn to navigate Docs, a web based program from Google.  Learn how to use the basic functions to make professional-looking documents.


Metaverse AR

Thursday, February 22 at 5pm

Come see how to make your own Augmented Reality experiences using the Metaverse app and web platform. It's a simple drag and drop code block building interface that will let you create a variety of content that can be experienced through Augmented Reality. 

**A smart phone is required for this class.**


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Playbots: Girls Edition

For Girls ages 11-14

Only 12 Spots Available


On Thursdays, January 11 through February 22 from 



 In this 8 week course, girls ages 

11-14 will create a short video about their community starring Lego Mindstorm robots that they will build and code.


**Participants must be able to attend all 8 sessions.


Register Now!



Teen Links:

Teens Know

Includes many different areas of interest for teens and young adults. Click on the left buttons to select any area that you are interested in.

Teens Know - Homework
Excellent homework help sites put together by HCPL.

Homework Sites
Link to homework sites put together by Southern Tier Library System.

Books & Authors
Explore the sites containing lists of books and other materials for young adults collected by Lone Star College–CyFair library.


Contact Sisi, the Young Adult Librarian for more information. Email: Sisi.medina@hcpl.net or at 832-559-4200.