Smithtown Main Building Teen Programs

 

The 2nd Annual Smithtown Library Rock-Paper-Scissors Tournament
Wednesday, Aug 2 • 6:30-8:00pm
Experience the pure excitement, adrenaline and tension of a sporting championship without all the years of training, workouts and talent. The Smithtown Library's second annual Rock-Paper-Scissors Tournament promises to be a fun and wild experience honoring one of the world’s oldest strategy games: Rock-Paper-Scissors! What's more, the tournament champion will walk away with an excessively wonderful trophy to treasure for years to come. This tournament will be refereed by teen volunteers. Register.  

Craft Buddies Volunteers
Monday, August 14 • 4:30-5:30pm
Enjoy earning community service by spending an afternoon paired with a younger child for some craft projects. Register.  

Robot Buddies Volunteers
Tuesday, August 15 • 4:30-5:30pm
Children ages 8-10 will be paired with teens entering grades 6-12 to sharpen their STEM skills as they plan, code and guide robots through various challenges. Register.

Book Sale Room Volunteers
Monday, September 11 • 4:00-5:00pm
The Friends of The Smithtown Library are looking for teen volunteers to keep its Book Sale Room in order. Register.

Teen Volunteer Opportunity 
Wednesday, Septmeber 20 • 6:00-7:15pm
A variety of volunteer opportunities will be offered at the Library throughout the year. 1 hour and 15 minutes of community service credit will be awarded. Register.

Make a Cat Tent 
Tuesday, September 26 • 5:00-6:00pm
Back by popular demand, this craft is the prrrrrrrrrfect way to celebrate Happy Cat Month. Bring your own medium-sized adult T-shirt and we will supply the rest of the materials and instruction. Humans only please. 

How to Think Like a College Admissions Officer 
Wednesday, September 27 • 7:00-8:00pm
As more colleges are becoming increasingly competitive, the availability and amounts of scholarships and financial aid have also become that much more important. In this one-hour session, a representative from C2 Educatin, will explain to parents and high school students how to maximize their admissions, scholarship and financial potential. Students will learn how to determine their "best fit" colleges and learn the ways to differentiate themselves from others with similar grades, test scores, interests and aspirations. This program is part of the Library's Academic Advisory Series. 

 

 

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