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Teen Time is taking a break for the summer!

Teen Time

Hang out at the library and eat FREE pizza!

The first Thursday of every month is Teen Time at the Aurora Library! Drop in anytime between 3-5 pm for FREE pizza, snacks, and drinks! We’ll have various activities set out including our Nintendo Switch, art supplies, and board games! Teens are also welcome to work on homework, read, or just hang out. This is a less structured program that allows the teens to decide how to spend their time! 

Beginners DnD
Next Meeting: June 13th @ 4 pm

Beginners Dungeons & Dragons

Learn how to play the popular role playing game!

Interested in learning how to play Dungeons and Dragons? Stop by the library for our Beginners Dungeons & Dragons program! We meet on the second Thursday of every month at 4 pm to learn the basics of the game! No experience needed!

Gaming & Grub - November 2023
Next Meeting: June 20th @ 4 pm

Join our monthly gaming group to meet like minded gamers!

We meet for one hour on the third Thursday of every month at 4 pm to play games on our Nintendo Switch! Battle it out in Super Smash Bros, race towards the finish line in Mario Kart, and help us decide what other games we should try out! FREE snacks and drinks are always provided!

Next Meeting: May 28th @ 4 pm

Do you love to read? Are you looking for peers who share that love?

Look no further than our Teen Book Club at the Aurora Library! We meet on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 4 pm to eat snacks and chat about our latest book pick. This month, join us for a discussion of Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi!

"Darius Kellner speaks better Klingon than Farsi, and he knows more about Hobbit social cues than Persian ones. He's about to take his first-ever trip to Iran, and it's pretty overwhelming—especially when he's also dealing with clinical depression, a disapproving dad, and a chronically anemic social life. In Iran, he gets to know his ailing but still formidable grandfather, his loving grandmother, and the rest of his mom's family for the first time. And he meets Sohrab, the boy next door who changes everything. Sohrab makes sure people speak English so Darius can understand what's going on. He gets Darius an Iranian National Football Team jersey that makes him feel like a True Persian for the first time. And he understands that sometimes, best friends don't have to talk. Darius has never had a true friend before, but now he's spending his days with Sohrab playing soccer, eating rosewater ice cream, and sitting together for hours in their special place, a rooftop overlooking the Yazdi skyline. Sohrab calls him Darioush—the original Persian version of his name—and Darius has never felt more like himself than he does now that he's Darioush to Sohrab. When it's time to go home to America, he'll have to find a way to be Darioush on his own."

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