May’s Teen Advisory

What do YOU want to see at your library? Make your voice heard by attending our monthly Teen Advisory meeting this May!

This month, we’re getting crafty and putting the finishing touches on the programs for our Summer Reading Program: All Together Now!

We will be meeting at the Aurora Public Library on May 4th at 6:00 pm. As always food, snacks, and drinks will be provided. We hope to see you there!

April Teen Advisory

Enjoy free food and drinks while helping us prepare for our Summer Reading Program! Put your crafting skills to the test by creating a life size board game!

Need community service hours? This meeting counts! We will be meeting Thursday, April 6th @ 6 pm at the Aurora Public Library.

Anyone 13-19 is welcome to attend! We can’t wait to see you there!

Last Teen Advisory Meetings of the Year!

Let your voice be heard by attending our Teen Advisory Board meetings! So far, the Teen Advisory Board has helped us plan our Teentober programming, picked out the new furniture for the teen area, created a super display, and had lots of fun too! It’s not all work and no play. Every meeting we play a game or do some other fun activity, and food and drinks are always provided!

We have one more meeting in 2022!

Thursday, December 1st @ 6 pm
We’ll be talking about programs for next year and decorating gingerbread houses to put around the library!

Need volunteer hours? This counts! We meet once a month for 1 hour. Get your volunteer hours while having fun with your peers!

September Teen Advisory Meeting!

This October is Teentober! Every Thursday in October we’ll be hosting a different teen program at the Aurora Library! Help us plan our programs for Teentober while enjoying FREE Subway sandwiches by joining our Teen Advisory Board! This meeting will also count towards volunteer hours!
Thursday, September 22nd @ 6 pm
Aurora Public Library
Anyone 13-19 is welcome! Registration is recommended. Please call 812-926-0646 to register!

Teen Advisory Meeting!

Calling all Teens! The Library needs your help in deciding programs and activities that the library should plan for high school and middle school students.  Though we love programs that connect to books, we are looking for all ideas! Crafts? Gaming? Stranger Things Escape room? Movie night? We have a lot of ideas but we want to select the best for your age group!

Join us Tuesday, July 19 at 6 PM. We will provide the pizza and pop, you bring the ideas!