Thursday, March 31, 2016



Disney's new movie Zootopia, stars a determined bunny name 
Judy Hopps and a sly fox named Nick Wilde. These two common
 enemy's live in a world where animals live like humans, go to 
work, wear cloths, etc. Judy has big dreams of becoming a cop 
and when she sets her mind to it she can accomplish it. When 
the big city of Zootopia brings Judy and Nick face to face 
they need to work together to find out the big mystery of
 animals going wild. On there adventure to solve the mystery 
they become unlikely friends. But even when they think it's over
the mystery's not over yet. 

Monday, March 28, 2016

Perfect Cover Jennifer Lynn Barnes

1188294Bayport Highschool is like a classic teen movie high school. You have the jocks and their jockish ways and the nerds with their nerdish ways and then there's a cheerleaders. The girls everyone looks up to but no one will cross. These girls who dominate the lunch room also happen to be spy's working for the government to take down a certain agency.

Enter Toby Klein. She has recently transferred over to Bayport. She was also recruited by the cheerleaders. Not that she had much of a choice. Toby Klein has officially embarked one her adventures with the girliest-underage-butt-kicking cheerleaders.

Overall it was a good. I recommend it to anyone who would enjoy reading it. 

Sunday, March 27, 2016

March TAB Meeting

Our next Teen Advisory Board (TAB) meeting is Tuesday, March 29th from 4-5:30 pm!

Join TAB and get volunteer credit for promoting library services to teens at the Westminster Public Libraries:
  • Advise, plan, and participate in teen programs.
  • Post reviews and teen news on the Teen Underground blog/website.
  • Promote teen reading and news by creating bulletin boards and displays in the Teen Underground areas.
  • Recommend materials for the young adult collection.
Attend one of our TAB meetings to get started! 

Ages 12-17
No registration
Last Tuesday of each month
College Hill

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Dungeons & Dragons Club Meeting-March

Drop in and try your hand at adventuring this Saturday, March 12th!

Take on the role of a heroic character of fantasy in a world of monsters, magic and destiny! We have a variety of characters to choose from...look forward to seeing you!

Ages 12-17
No registration
2nd Saturday of each month from 1-4 pm
College Hill

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Teen Tech Week March 6-12

Squishy Circuits for teens & tweens
What do you get when you mix kids, conducting & insulating play dough, and a battery pack & LED lights? A whole lot of fun and the chance to learn about and build electrical circuits.
Ages 9-17
Saturday, March 12, 2-3:30 pm
College Hill

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Governor's Summer Job Hunt Events
Governor's Summer Job Hunt
Job seekers are encouraged to go to and create a profile to get started with your job search.
Job Prep WorkshopJob readiness skill preparation including job search, applications, resumes, cover letters, interviews.
Computers available. Bring any current resumes on jump drive, tablet or laptop.
Ages 14-24
Tuesday, March 15, 5-7 pm
College Hill Library Training Room L216
Job SearchingOne-on-one assistance on computers with job search, applications, resumes, cover letters, and interviews.
Computers available. Bring any current resumes on jump drive, tablet or laptop.
Ages 14-24
Wednesday, March 16, 4-6 pm
Irving Street Library

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Camp NaNoWriMo

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With spring around the corner, it's time to roll up your sleeves and gather the tools you'll need to plant your new story ideas. (We recommend a hefty bag of plot fertilizer, a watering can's worth of your favorite beverage, and lots of snacks to lure excess plot bunnies from your planter box.)
Wherever you live, wherever you are—whether you’re in the world's largest city or a suburban neighborhood or miles from your nearest neighbor—we invite you to nurture your writing project at Camp NaNoWriMo this April.
At Camp NaNoWriMo, you can: 

Plant any seed.  

Camp NaNoWriMo is open to all writing projects. Whether you want to write a novel, edit a close-to-final draft, or tackle a script, some short stories, or a nonfiction work, Camp NaNoWriMo welcomes any seed of inspiration. 

Cultivate community. 

Camp NaNoWriMo offers 12-person online writing groups, which we call cabins. Meet other writers by being sorted into a cabin based on your age, genre, or goals.
Already have a group of fellow writers? Create a private cabin.

Grow creative confidence.

Camp NaNoWriMo lets you set your own word-count goal. Committing to writing every day in April is the first step to establishing an everyday creative habit throughout the year. Afterall, NaNoWriMo isn't just a one-month challenge. It's a year-round call to embrace that blank page. 
Beginning on April 1, let your stories take root at Camp NaNoWriMo.

Rebecca Stern
Director of Programs