April Events for Teens at Montgomery County Public Libraries.

April Events for Teens at Montgomery County Public Libraries.

Whether writing, reading, arts, crafts, or coding, April is full of events for teens at MCPL! Check out the descriptions, dates and times below, and join us at the event links! Bookmark our events calendar for a daily schedule of programs for everyone!

Spring Vision Board, 4/13, 5pm

4/13, 5pm
A vision board is a creative way to visualize your goals. Join us to learn more about vision boards, create your own board and jump start your spring.
mcpl.events/spring-vision-board

Needles & Crafts from Quince Orchard Library

4/14, 21 & 28, 10am
A weekly club for adults and teens who enjoy needlework and crafts; want to show & talk about their work; get ideas or help on projects; and share what they have learned.
mcpl.events/needles-crafts

Teen Writing Groups

4/15, 21, 22, 27, & 29, various times
Groups for aspiring teen writers, sponsored by various branches.
mcpl.events/teen-writers

TeenHub – Intermediate Python Programming Workshop – STEM Program for Teens Boosting Computer &Technology Skills,

4/23, 4:30pm
Join us to learn more about computer programming through fun lessons about Python (Intermediate level) and its applications, like designing games, graphics, and applets. The award-winning high school robotics team 5421 RM’d and Dangerous is hosting several interactive online programming lectures for middle to high-school students called TeenHub. Computer science is a flexible tool that is essential to most disciplines. Learning more about programming can help you become a better problem solver and solution designer! 
mcpl.events/teenhub

Teen Poets Read from Their Book for National Poetry Month, 4/27, 7pm

4/27, 7pm
Noor Saleem and Salihah Aakil are part of Shout Mouse Press’s community of writers, which mostly includes young people of color, ages 16 to 24, from low-income communities in Washington. In I Am the Night Sky ten Muslim American teenagers from Maryland come together to explore what is means to be young and Muslim in America today. The book is available for check-out by placing a hold in our catalog. Don’t have a card right now? No worries, try our newly improved Digital Library card https://mcpl.link/DigitalCard and you’ll be ready to go in minutes. 
mcpl.events/teen-poets