Valentine Paper Craft Program Facilitated by Library Staff member Susan: Saturday, February 5 at 2:00 p.m.

Hagaman Memorial Library staff member Susan will teach participants how to make valentine crafts using a method called Scherenschnitte. Scherenschnitte means “scissor cuts” in German and is the art of cutting paper into decorative designs. This program will be held at the Hagaman Library in our DeMayo conference room. Space is limited and registration is required. Please call the library […]

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Language Resources for Teens

Teens, want to learn a new language or just need help for your schoolwork? Here a some useful and FREE sites to get you started: Duolingo https://www.duolingo.com/ Memrise https://www.memrise.com/   Busuuhttps://www.busuu.com/   50 Languageshttps://www.50languages.com/  

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Teen Events & Programs – January 2022

Dungeons & Dragons  Tuesday, January 4th 5:00 to 7:00 PM  – Via Google Meet Are you seeking adventure? Want to explore a fantasy world? Then stop in and join us for an afternoon of Dungeons and Dragons!  We’re starting a new campaign for our Dungeons and Dragons sessions: Ghosts of Saltmarsh! Want to join in on the fun? Sign-up with the […]

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Teens, Need to Earn Community Service Hours?

Hagaman Memorial Library can help! Hagaman Teen Advisory Group Meeting every Friday 3:00 to 4:00 PM Via Google Meet August 6th, August 13th In-Person at the Library July 23rd, July 30th, August 20th, August 27th Help us make the library a better place for yourself and all teens! Discuss new library programs, vote on new books to add to our […]

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Hagaman Book Bags – Subscription Service for Teens

Teens, have you heard of OwlCrate? FairyLoot? Lootcrate? Would you like your own monthly bag of free goodies, plus 1 to 3 books specially selected just for you? Then sign-up today for our new subscription service, Book Bags!   Each month, you will receive 1 to 3 library books, selected for you based on your personal reading preferences. In addition, […]

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New and Notable YA Releases – January

Out of the Fire by Andrea Contos It wasn’t the kidnapping that ruined Cass Adams’s life. It was the letters that came after. The pink envelopes that appear in her car, her locker, her bedroom. Notes from the man she escaped, telling her that he’s always there, always watching. And that someday, he’ll be back for her. The police say […]

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