Unless noted, all programs are for teens only (grades 7-12).
Saturday, Sept. 3 • 4 p.m., Central Library/Teen Central
Join us as we celebrate our Teen Mental Health Initiative!
Our goals this year are to:
1. Increase awareness and discussions around topics of mental health
2. Provide free specialized services and programs for teens, family and friends
3. Provide training for staff and those working with youth
4. Maintain a well-stocked, vetted, mental health resource center
Come join in the discussion, collect highly useful information, and bring your questions, or share your resources. Refreshments provided.
Questions: email Jane Gov at firstname.lastname@example.org
Look out for updates here: http://www.pasadenateenbookfestival.com/
Questions, contact Jane Gov at email@example.com
Teens with high functioning Autism and Asperger’s are invited to learn about the Teen Spectrum Book Club where we will read and discuss books in a relaxed social setting. For ages 12+.
Saturdays, August 27, Sept 10 • 11 a.m. • Linda Vista
Join us for a book discussion for teens and adults. Having trouble getting a book? Call (626) 744-4246 or email Jane Gov at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy or receive a reminder. For ages 13 and up. This meeting is facilitated by a Teen Advisory Board member.
Join us as we discuss books that inspire compassion, self-esteem and courage in the face of social pressure and explore what it means to be a strong, confident young woman! For girls 11-14, their mothers or an adult guest of their choice. To sign up, call (626) 744-4066, option 4 or email AnnMarie Hurtado at email@example.com
Understand what admissions committees look for in a candidate. We will include tips on selecting a topic through self-reflection and brainstorming exercises, structuring your thoughts in an interesting and well-organized way, and revising your essay to create sophistication and depth. Conducted by C2 Education. To sign up, email Jane Gov at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (626) 744-4246.
Thursday, Sept 29 • 6:30pm • Central Library
Will you build something? Will there be a game-a-thon? Will it be an exciting, fabulous, creative experience that you have never had before? A fun adventure awaits – don’t miss it!
Thursday, Sept 29 • 3 p.m. • Allendale
Join us on a five-day adventure as you learn how to create and develop characters
for videogames, animation and fi lm with Ronald Llanos from Art Center College of
Design. Must be able to attend all five days. To sign up, call (626) 744-7262.
Monday–Friday, Aug. 8-12 • 4-6 p.m. • Hastings
at Central Library: Enjoy this month's special edition of the Anime Club, with Japanese snacks and the newest manga in the library’s collection. 2 hours.
at Santa Catalina Branch: Teens, go crazy over the latest anime! Join us for a special screening.
Settle it at the Library! Super Smash Brothers for WiiU has arrived and the battles are heating up! Every Monday you can challenge your friends, make new rivals and learn new tricks! Pick up a GameCube remote and prepare to send foes flying! For ages 13 +.
Mondays (except Sept 5) • 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. • Hastings
Stop by for an afternoon of epic battles and a whole lot of fun with the Super Smash Brothers for WiiU. For ages 12 +.
Tuesdays • Sept 6 • 3:30 p.m. • Santa Catalina
Undertale fans unite and spend the afternoon playing and creating all things Undertale.
Tuesday, Sept 20 • 3:30 p.m. • Santa Catalina
A complete listing of events and programs for audiences of all ages is available on our main Library site.
If you are look for Kids events, please see our listing on the Kids page!
We also offer calendars of events by branch: