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  • The Anderson Public Library will host the Second Annual Teen Read ‘n’ Feed Festival on Saturday, April 12. Authors Barry Lyga, Kristin Levine, Saundra Mitchell, and Brenda Maxfield will speak during sessions from 11:30am to 5:00pm. Teens in grades 6-12 are invited to attend but must register ...

    By Staci T.

  • As part of the 2014 APL Teen Read ‘n’ Feed Festival, the APL TeenScene is sponsoring a writing contest for teens. Write a story, poem, essay, or memoir using at least one of the themes of Courage, Betrayal, Adversity, or Friendship; or write a letter to your favorite author. The winners of ...

    By Staci T.

  • Tuesday, March 11 ● 6-7:30pm Parents, educators, and teens are invited to watch and discuss the documentary Catfish that tackles the subject of internet safety and privacy. Pizza will be provided. This movie is rated PG-13.

    By Staci T.

  • Anderson Public Library provides an array of digital services that let you download or stream eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, music, and videos for free with your library card. Join us Monday, March 10 at 6:00pm in the Cardinal Room for a look at everything we offer, from AudioBookCloud to Zinio. Please ...

    By Liz O.

  • Saturday, March 8 ● 2:00-5:00pm (Cardinal Room) Teens kick off Teen Tech Week by learning how to Do It Yourself at a variety of maker stations. Teens will learn how to use and create items with Garage Band, Windows Movie Maker, Audacity, and more!

    By Staci T.

  • Normandi Ellis, award-winning author of ten books and certified applied poetry facilitator, will present "Things I've Yet to Say: An Introduction to Memoir Writing" on Thursday, March 6 at 6:00pm. Ms. Ellis will help writers find their voice and tell their stories in a manner that resonates with them, ...

    By Liz O.