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Teen Library Programs

Teen Trivia Night

When: Friday March 10, 2017 from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Where: Sandy Library Community Room

For Teens Ages 12-17

Get a team together and compete against other teams to win a prize.  Teens are encouraged to register as a team.  Don't have a team? That's fine.  Show up at the event, or register online to be assigned to a team.

Register here for Teen Trivia Night!

Questions? Contact Rebecca at 



Teen Graphic Novel Book Club - NEW!

Teen Graphic Novel Book Club meets the last Saturday of the month from 12-1pm, in the Sandy Library Community Room.

To request a copy of the month's book, fill out the Teen Book Club Book Reservation Form or email Rebecca at  

Teens may suggest future reads by filling out a Teen Book Club Suggestion Form. For teens ages 12-17.

The next meeting is March 25th.  The graphic novel, Scott Pilgrim Vol 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life will be discussed.

Teen MakerSpace - NEW! Starting January 2017

We provide the tools and space, you bring the inspiration.
You'll be amazed by what you can do!

1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 3-5pm in the Sandy Library Community Room
Teens ages 12-17 welcome.

Questions?   Contact Rebecca at


Game Factory

Gaming Factory 

Mondays 4-5pm at Sandy Public Library.  All skill levels welcome.  You can use one of our laptops or bring your own device (BYOD).  Teens aged 12-17 welcome.

Anime Club

Who: Teens ages 12-17

When: The 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month 3:30-5pm.

Where: Sandy Library Community Room

Come watch anime, make an art journal, and eat snacks!



T-LAB: Teen Advisory Board

T-LAB will meet the 3rd Monday of each month from 4-5pm.

Join the T-LAB to get involved and help plan our teen programs!  Come hang out, eat pizza, and share your ideas with the library.  It looks great on your resume or college application. 

For teens ages 12-17.

Questions? Contact Rebecca at





All library programs sponsored in part by the

Friends of the Sandy Library and Friends of Hoodland Library