Registration is required for many teen programs. Please call the Adult Reference Desk at 248-618-7693, come in, or use our online events calendar to register. All programs are held in the library's Community Room unless otherwise noted.
Programs are for 6th - 12th graders unless otherwise noted.
All programs are sponsored in part by the Friends of the Waterford Library.
Get notifications or emails about upcoming programs through Remind 101.
Tuesday Teens Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm from September 11th through May 28th (Tuesday Teens will not be held on December 25th)
No registration required. Drop in anytime between 3:30 and 5:00. Middle and high school students are welcome to join us the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month to hang out with friends and to meet new ones. We'll provide games, activities, craft materials, and light refreshments for you to enjoy. Or, just come and work on homework or socialize with other kids your age.
Teen Read Week Sunday, October 7th – Saturday, October 13th Stop by the Teen Department any time the library is open to participate in fun activities, puzzles, and raffles to celebrate Teen Read Week.
Teen Movie: Poltergeist (PG) Tuesday, October 30th from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm No registration required Get in the spirit of Halloween with this scary movie from 1982. In this movie, a family discovers that their house is haunted by malevolent ghosts. Feel free to bring a blanket and pillow if you want to stretch out on the floor. We’ll provide the refreshments.
Parents: Check out commonsensemedia.org to determine if the movie is suitable for your teen.
Throwback Thursday Movie: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (PG-13) Thursday, November 15th from 2:30 pm – 4:45 pm (movie will start promptly at 2:45) No registration required Join us after school for snacks and this modern classic from 1986 about a high school slacker who, with his 2 friends, skips school while his sister and his school’s Dean of Students try to thwart his plans. Parents: Check out commonsensemedia.org to determine if the movie is suitable for your teen.
Join us for an hour of coding when we participate in the global movement known as Hour of Code. During this hour, middle & high school students will learn the basics of computer coding with fun, creative, and hands-on activities. Computer science doesn't have to be boring or hard! Cookies and beverages will be served.