Events for Teens



all events for teens

The Library offers numerous programs for teens. We look forward to having you in the Library, but for now we can meet virtually and share fun stories and activities.

View our Teen Calendar of Events for more information on joining.


The art of writing: Exploration of the written text and spoken word
wed – mar 3 – 3:00 pm

Teens will learn that writing is a primary basis for everyday life. They will further understand that writing promotes individual thinking and creative skills.

Teens will be able to develop their own opinions, perspectives, and criticisms.

Teens will understand that writing can improve comprehension and critical thinking skills.


virtual fitness classes
tuesdays – thursdays

Beginning the week of January 18, the Library will be hosting LIVE virtual fitness classes each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for 12 weeks.

Senior Pilates – Tuesdays at 4:00
Teen Dancefit – Wednesdays at 4:00
Family Zumba – Thursdays at 4:00


cloud901 events

CLOUD901 Teen Learning Lab continues to offer virtual programs for teens. Visit our CLOUD901 Events Calendar.



long live the king chess club
weekly meetings

MPL’s Long Live the King Chess Club has partnered with the Friday Knight Chess Club (FKCC) to present free online chess games and activities for the community. All club games are offered through Chess.com. 


youtube video programs

If you can’t catch us live/virtually above, then you can always watch videos of educational demos, crafts, and more.

Educational Demos

Click the play menu towards the top right to see all videos.

Arts and Crafts

Click the play menu towards the top right to see all videos.

high school resources

Visit our High School resources page for a list of resources for Teens and High School Students including information about our CLOUD901 learning lab as well as online resources to help out with homework, driving tests, and college preparation.


middle school resources

Visit our Middle School resources page for a list of resources aimed at Middle School students including eBooks, language learning, World Book, and easy to cite research databases to find trusted information on topics in social studies, science, language arts, and more.