Hey Teens! Do you love murder mysteries? Are you a self-professed theatre geek or improv fan? Do you love role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, you should sign up to be a part of our Teen Murder Mystery Party on Friday, January 3rd at 4:00 pm! The theme is Once Upon a Murder Mystery (think fairy tales with a twist). You will receive an email with your assigned character, and when you arrive at the party you will be given clue cards to help you drop hints, interact with the other party guests, and figure out whodunit! There will be light refreshments provided by the library.
Registration is open and we have space for 5 more party guests! If you have any questions, feel free to swing by or call the Children’s Room, or you can email Marty directly at email@example.com.
(And if you’ve registered already, keep an eye on your email for your character assignments. They’ll be coming soon! 🙂 )
Be sure to stop by the Children’s Room and check out the amazing Gingerbread Houses on display that were made by students at Byam and Harrington Elementary Schools. They are creative, beautiful, and sure to put you in a wintry mood 🙂
Attention Teen Artists!
We have some amazing opportunities coming up at the Library to meet, chat, and create art with interdisciplinary artist Ursula Ziegler, whose work is currently on display in the McCarthy Meeting Room.
She will be available for drop-in Open Studios on the following dates from 3:00 – 5:00 pm:
We hope you will take this opportunity to learn from a local artist and expand your own style and perspective. Be sure to share any creations you make with us at the Library or if you’d like, take a picture to share on our social media!
Do you love learning new games? Did you know you can come to the Library to learn how to play chess?!
On Saturday, November 16th, we have 2 opportunities for kids ages 6+ to come and learn how to play chess! Registration is open now, so whether you are a brand-new beginner or if you know the basics but want to get some practice in, join us at the library for a fun challenge and learning experience!
Hey Tweens and Teens!
Now that the weather is getting cooler, you may be looking for some new indoor activities to try out. Check out our Library Book Talk Club, Snacks in the Stacks! We get together once a month to chat about whatever it is we’re currently reading – fiction, nonfiction, graphics, manga – anything goes! And we indulge in some yummy snacks in the meantime :).
Sign up today, bring a friend, or stop by the Children’s or Teen Desks with any questions!
Do you love being creative and learning new skills? Then Chelmsford Public Library is the place for you!
We have a lot of fun & creative opportunities coming up for all kids & teens this November.
Check them out!
Drop in for all ages!
Registration program for grades 3 & 4.
Registration program for grades K – 2.
Registration program for grades 5 – 8.
Hey middle- and high-schoolers!
If you’re looking for something fun stuff to do in October, check out our amazing lineup for the month!
Drop in for the Chelmsford Public Library’s Service Club! This season, we will be painting kindness rocks to leave at the Story Walk at Sunny Meadow Farm. Participants can earn 1.5 hours of community service. Grades 5-12, drop-in.
Join us for Edible Art Studio and learn to make a creative no-bake treat. This month, we’ll be making “zombie” raspberry cheesecake cups! Grades 5-12, registration only.
Welcome to The MIC (Make It! Club), where you’ll be able to make and take home an awesome DIY project, snack, or dessert each month. This month you will get to make & take home a beautiful dragon egg! Grades 5-8, registration only.
Join us for this annual event where we challenge you to use our ingredients to decorate a spooky cupcake masterpiece!We bring the decorations, frosting, and cupcakes–you bring the creativity. Grades 5-12 only. Drop-in while supplies last. 50 spots available.
Have a snack & share your current favorite reads with your friends! Bring anywhere from 1 to 5 books to share – they can be any type or genre, from Manga to Nonfiction! We will provide the snacks :). This program is for grades 5+, registration required.
Don’t forget to submit your spooky stories for our contest – we will be accepting them until October 15th, so if you haven’t written one yet, now is the time! Anyone in grades K – 8 can submit. All stories must have a beginning, middle, and end and be spooky/scary. Feel free to include pictures, and be sure to include your name, grade, and phone number on the story.
All are welcome to join us for our Spooky Story Contest Celebration on October 26th at 4:00 pm. We will read the winning spooky stories for each grade, have some snacks, and award prizes!
School is back in session, and the library has tons of fun back to school activities for our middle and high school users! Please join us for Snacks in the Stacks Book Talk Club and share your favorite reads with your peers. Or, if you’re a crafty middle schooler, come and learn to DIY a personalized pencil case!
All snacks & craft supplies are provided by the library – just bring your love of books and excitement to learn! 🙂
Hello friends! We hope you will join us for our special Dads & Dots & Donuts storytime on Saturday September 14th at 10:30 am! We will have our usual Dads & Donuts storytime, open to all kids and their caregivers, with a reading of Chelmsford author Peter Reynolds’ The Dot, donut holes and snacks, coffee (for the grownups! 🙂 ) and special giveaways (while supplies last).
We hope to see you there!