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Age Group: Teens


Homework Help


After-school homework help will be available every Monday through Thursday when Princeton Public schools are in session, starting in October through May. Students in all grades from all Princeton schools are welcome and registration is not required. Meets on the third floor.


Homework Help


After-school homework help will be available every Monday through Thursday when Princeton Public schools are in session, starting in October through May. Students in all grades from all Princeton schools are welcome and registration is not required. Meets on the third floor.


Homework Help


After-school homework help will be available every Monday through Thursday when Princeton Public schools are in session, starting in October through May. Students in all grades from all Princeton schools are welcome and registration is not required. Meets on the third floor.


Homework Help


After-school homework help will be available every Monday through Thursday when Princeton Public schools are in session, starting in October through May. Students in all grades from all Princeton schools are welcome and registration is not required. Meets on the third floor.


Teen Book Bash


A panel of young adult novelists discuss their new books followed by a book signing and after-hours party for teens. Featuring: Cordelia Jensen Claire Legrand Laurie Morrison Emily X.R. Pan Anica Rissi Nisha Sharma Moderated by Megan McCafferty   Registration (limited to 40) required for the after party, which will be from 6-7:30 p.m.


Girl Code Middle School


Girls in grades 6 to 8 are invited to drop in for an hour of an all female coding class exploring the programming language python. In each session, a core concept will be covered, along with an exercise to put your new skills to the test. No coding experience necessary. Limited to 18 participants or […]


VOICES (Voices on Important Conversations Engaging Students)


Meet other high school teens who are passionate about activism at these moderated discussions of hot topics in the news such as racial profiling, global warming, and international politics.   Co-sponsored by the library, Redefy, and Not in Our Town Princeton.


Kick Off Summer Reading with a Bang


David Maiullo from Rutgers University returns with his popular hands-on and interactive physics program for children who are in kindergarten and older. Learn about the principles of physics and watch some entertaining and exciting demonstrations. Please be aware this program is extremely loud and not suitable for very young children. All children must be accompanied […]


Libraries Rock: Kids and Teen Summer Reading


Summer Reading registration begins for our preschool (infant to Pre-K), children (grades K to 5), and teen (grades 6 to 12) programs. The last day to register is Aug. 1, and prizes may be collected through Sunday, Sept. 2. To register and receive a reading record, please see a staff member at the Youth Services desk on […]

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