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News ImageTeens, volunteer for the library for the Summer! Get volunteer hours, learn valuable skills, help plan teen programs, be a member of our Teen Library Council, and make new friends. To participate complete the application, sign the agreement then take it to one of our three locations to get started.

Requirements:
- All teens must have a government issued ID (State ID card, Drivers license, passport...)
- All teens must be fingerprinted (no cost to you)
- Attend an orientation to the program on either May 2, 10:30am at the Riley Library or May 6, 5:00pm at the Maidu Library
- Teens must commit to volunteering for at least 10 hours during the Summer




Teen Video Challenge
News ImageCreate a video promoting the Roseville Public Library, and you could win a backpack full of goodies, including a GoPro Hero! Your challenge is to create a 30 - 90 second video highlighting the Roseville Library and what it means to you.

  • Submit the video on Youtube.com following the submission process
  • The challenge begins May 1 and ends June 14
  • Open to teens living in and around Roseville, ages 13 - 18


    Like Totally 80's Retro Party
    News ImageAges 12-18

    Bring your "rad" friends and go back to the 80's with a party filled with music, crafts, food, a Mario themed obstacle course and fun. Totally cool prizes and activities are sure to be a part of this retro-fitted gathering. Part of the Library's Summer Reading Program, registration is not required.

    Free
    Location: Downtown Library
    Fri - 6:00-8:00pm
    6/19 - Drop In

    Teen Library Council
    News ImageMeet other teens in your neighborhood, plan library events, recommend books, decorate teen spaces and help raise money for your library! This is a volunteer opportunity that's fun and looks great on job and college applications. Join us at our next meeting! For more information call (916) 774-5221.

    Life & Work Skills
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    Jump start your career success with this series of FREE drop-in workshops. Workshops will focus on the "softer skills" needed to be effective in the workplace.

    Ages: 16+
    Location: Downtown Library

    First Wednesday of the month
    5:00 - 7:00 pm



    eBook Help
    News ImageThis drop-in program is a great way to learn how to download library eBooks and eAudiobooks to your mobile device. Please bring your device. No registration necessary. This is a free drop-in service for ages 10 an up.

    Location: Downtown Library
    Wednesdays • 5:00-6:00pm
    1/7-5/20

    Location: Maidu Library
    Thursdays • 10:30-11:30am
    1/8-5/21

    Location: Riley Library
    Saturdays • 10:00-11:00am
    1/10-5/23

    Teen Book Recommendations
    Looking for your next favorite book? Visit our Teen Reads page to see the newest recommendations!

    http://rosevillepl.libguides.com/teens

    Summertime is Road Trip Time
    News ImageCure summertime boredom and get out of the house, while kickin’ it at some fun places! Work on your aim with laser tag and paintball, coast to our favorite surfing spot or burn rubber on the go kart tracks. Registration fee includes all field trips.

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    City Events Calendar

    Mon., April 27, 2015
    10:30  AM
    Storytime: Riley
    10:30  AM
    Storytime: Downtown
    3:00  PM  -  5:00  PM
    Homework Help
    5:00  PM  -  6:30  PM
    Conversation Club: Riley
    Tue., April 28, 2015
    9:30  AM  -  11:00  AM
    Mother Goose on the Loose: Maidu