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Teen Tech Week in March offers something for everybody

Stop by the library this and check out the special events for Teen Tech Week, March 9-15.  Each library will be offering something. 

At Wheatfield, when teens in grades 6-12 check out items using their card, they can put their name in a drawing for a gift card.  We will also be showing the movie Catching Fire on Tuesday, March 11 at 4pm.  There will be a short trivia about the book before the movie starts, and the winner of the trivia contest will win a prize.  Registration is required, and refreshments will be served. 

At DeMotte, teens can take part in a Wii Gaming program on Tuesday, March 11 from 3-8 pm. DeMotte also has the West Room Writers, a creative writing group open to teens, on March 10 from 5:30-6:30pm.

Rensselaer will be offering an "Antiquated Tech Petting Zoo." Teens, adults and supervised children are invited to stop by during Teen Tech Week and check out a manual typewriter, an early computer, a first generation PDA and more technology from the far, and not so far, past. Teens taking part in the petting zoo can enter a drawing for a gift card.

Wheatfield also has a Teen Book Discussion on March 20 from 4-5pm on the book Every Day by David Levithan. Registration is required, and books are available at the front desk.  Refreshments will be served.  This is open to grades 9-12.

Read more about Teen Tech Week and check out past TTW programs and other library programs for teens.