Sayonara, Adios, A tout a l’heure

25 08 2010

The big eyes in the photo above are very sad today. This is the last post for Lee Teens. I will be leaving the Lee County Library in September. Thank you all, and keep on being wonderful. You can stay in touch with me through Facebook.

Teens who would like to sign up to help with the book sale on October 15 & 16 should contact the Lee County Library at (919) 718-4665.





Next Teen Advisory Board Meeting: Tuesday, June 22

17 06 2010

Come to our next T.A.B. meeting and help us plan our summer event! We meet on Tuesday, June 22 at 2:30 p.m. Bring friends! Bring ideas! Remember, you can also post comments here.

Read any good books lately? I’d like to recommend 13 reasons why by Jay Asher.

When Clay finds a mysterious package on his doorstep addressed to him, he’s puzzled that it contains a series of cassette tapes. Turns out, the tapes were recorded by Hannah, who committed suicide just weeks earlier. And Hannah says anyone who receives the tapes is part of the reason she killed herself. In one of the longest nights of his life, Clay listens to the tapes and finds out that he and some of his friends may not be who everyone thought they were. This is a real page turner with a lot to talk about. Don’t miss it! Let me know what you thought of it.

Once July hits and I can order some new books, I’ll add some titles here. Meanwhile, I’m open to suggestions for new materials–let me know what you like to read.





Join the Teen Advisory Board and Have Some Fun @ Your Library

23 05 2010

The Teen Advisory Board organizes activities, helps with the summer reading program, gives librarians advice on materials to purchase, and has fun! If you’re between 12 and 18, you can join! By the way, being on the Teen Advisory Board looks GREAT on those applications for college and honor societies. Call today to sign up. (919) 718-4665 x. 5483





Don’t Miss Talent on the Green!

23 05 2010

Come on down to Depot Park Friday night, June 4 at 7 p.m. for an evening of music, dance, and song by some of Sanford’s most talented. What’s that? You’d like to perform? No problem! Call the youth services department at (919) 718-4665 x. 5483 to sign up. Sponsored by the Teen Advisory Board.





Make Waves @ Your Library This Summer: READ!

23 05 2010

Stay tuned to the blog for exciting events this summer!

Meanwhile, don’t let your brains leak out during the summer months. Come in to the library starting June 14 and pick up a reading record. Just keep track of the time you spend reading. Win prizes for finishing your sheet and/or attend a pool party at O.T. Sloan on Monday, July 26. It’s all FREE! For more information, stop by or call the library at (919) 718-4665 x. 5483.





Twilight Double Feature: Thursday, Nov. 19 at Spring Lane Cinemas

18 11 2009

Do you know that you can see Twilight, followed by the PREMIERE of NEW MOON this coming Thursday, Nov. 19 at Spring Lane Cinemas? Call them for more info, and while you’re there, be sure to pick up a flyer about the TWILIGHT FANTASY BALL that will be held at Dalrymple Park on Friday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m.

Remember, only a FEW tickets will be available so don’t wait til the last minute! Get yours today from teen advisory board members at Southern Lee or Lee Senior High, or come to the front desk at the Lee County Library. For more information, call (919) 718-4665 x 5483.

This event is open to any teen attending a Lee County, NC high school and in grades 9 to 12.





Coming Soon: The Twilight Fantasy Ball

15 10 2009

“Scratch” this date on your calendars now! The Lee County Public Library and Teen Advisory Board will host a Twilight Fantasy Ball on Friday, December 4 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are affordable: only $2 each, or $3 a couple in advance.

Get in on the ground floor: if you’d like to be involved in planning this dance or other events for area teens, join the Teen Advisory Board. Membership is open to any teen who attends a Lee County High School (or is home schooled in Lee County) and who is in grade 9 through 12.

Next Meeting: Monday, November 22@4:00 p.m.  Library conference room. Call (919) 718-4665 x. 5483 for more information.