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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:

 

Technology Classes for Teens

Classes take place in our community computer lab L216.

Registration is limited. 

Register online, visit a reference desk, or call to book your spot! Open to ages 11-18.

 

Minecraft Hour of Code

Thursday, April 5 at 5 pm

Learn the basic concepts of coding with tutorials and drag and drop programming-a fun learning experience for any skill level. Registration is open to 20 teens.

 

Google Slides for Teens

Thursday, April 12 at 5 pm

Learn to navigate Google Slides and use the basic functions to make professional looking presentations. Registration is open to 20 teens.

 

Makey Makey

Thursday, April 19 at 4 pm

Learn about using circuits with Makey Makey to create fun controllers for games and programs. Registration is open to 8 teens.

 

eBooks for Teens

Thursday, April 26 at 5 pm

Come see what the library has to offer! We will help you learn to use your device and access library resources to borrow eBooks eAudiobooks, and stream videos for free. Registration is open to 20 teens.

 

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Art Fundamentals: Hard Edges 

& Straight Lines

(Adults & Teens ages 13+)

Wednesday, May 2 at 5 pm

Learn the basics of drawing buildings, arches, stairways, and towers! All materials provided.

Registration is open to 20 artists.

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

 

 


 

Maker Wednesday-Buttons! (ages 11-18)

Wednesday, May 9 at 5pm

At Maker Wednesday you will learn how to use a button maker to design, make, and take home a couple of buttons. Registration is open to 15 teens.

 

 


 

Super Tom Con

Saturday, May 12 from 12-4pm

Come to our mini con and enjoy: panel sessions, tabletop gaming demos, an all-ages costume contest (with prizes), crafts, and giveaways.
This event will take place on the Lone Star campus at the Beckendorf Conference Center.

All ages are welcome. No registration required.

Featuring our local sponsors: 

Dragon's Lair

Phase 1 Comics & Games

8th Dimension Comics and Games


 

Teen Craft-Japanese Art of Furoshiki

(ages 11-18)

Wednesday, May 16 at 5pm

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by learning the Japanese art of Furoshiki! All materials provided. Registration is open to 15 teens.

 


 

 

Demystifying How to Pay for College

Saturday, May 19 at 10:30am

 Harris County Public Library and the Center for Leadership, Academic and Student Success encourage you to learn about strategies and resources to support your child's success in college. We believe the earlier a student and their family begin to prepare and understand the college process, the better transition a student will have.

For more information, go to www.lonestar.edu/CLASS-PA.htm, or contact Magdalena Mendoza at (281) 351-3357. Registration is free.


Family Day-Pearl Fincher Museum

Saturday, May 19 from 11am-3pm

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month & make your own colorful koi sculpture to take home! This is a drop-in program, so come at any time. All ages are welcome.


 

Homeschool Book Club(ages 13-18)

Monday, May 21 at 1 pm

Join us to discuss All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater. Copies of the book, audiobook, eBook and eAudiobook are available for checkout from the library. Registration is not required.


Computer & Technology Classes for Teens

Classes take place in our community computer lab L216.

Register online, visit a reference desk, or call to book your spot! Open 20 teens, ages 11-18.

 

Google Slides for Teens (ages 11-18)

Thursday, May 3 at 5 pm

Learn to navigate Google Slides and use the basic functions to make professional looking

presentations.

 

Hour of Code (ages 11-18)

Thursday, May 10 at 5 pm

Learn the basic concepts of coding with tutorials and drag and drop programming-a fun learning experience for any skill level. 

 

AR Scavenger Hunt for Teens (ages 11-18)

Thursday, May 17 at 4pm

Make your own Augmented Reality

experiences using the Metaverse app and web platform. It's a drag and drop code block building interface that will let you create content that can be experienced through Augmented Reality.

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


 

 

 

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.

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