SUMMER READING 2015 - Read to the Rhythm
June 1 – August 1, 2015
Read books and tell us about your favorites for a chance to win an iPod Shuffle donated by the Friends of the Library. Submit a book review.
Don’t miss a beat, attend these programs!
App Free Games (Requested by Teens)
Saturday, July 18, 1:00 p.m., Central Library
Bring your friends and play old-school board games like scrabble, checkers, Apples to Apples and much more. Meet in front of the Big Clock
Silent Library Challenge
Saturday, August 1, 1:00 p.m., Central Library
Shhhh! The goal is to stay silent in the library. Teens participate in challenges but must stay silent while doing them. The last person with his or her lips sealed will receive a prize. Meet in front of the Big Clock.
Saturday, August 15, 1:00 p.m., Central Library
Join us to celebrate the end of Summer Reading Program. Winners of the iPod shuffles donated by the Friends of the Library will be revealed with additional raffle prizes. Food and refreshments will be provided. Meet in front of the Big Clock.
Are you a high school student who needs volunteer hours? Help the Friends of the Library set up for their monthly book sale! There are more volunteer opportunities for high school students looking to fulfill their community service requirements. Read More>
California DMV written tests are online. Read More>
The Teen Advisory Group is a chance for you to lend your voice to the services Glendale Public Library provides for teens. In the past few years, the TAG has selected teen books for the library, created displays, planned programs, created public art projects, and much more! Attendance counts for VOLUNTEER CREDIT, and there is no limit to how many people may join. The TAG meets twice monthly during the school year. You must be a current high school student to attend. Read More>
Read a book and write a review for one hour of service credit. Read More>
Library, Arts & Culture Department offers resources that can help with research papers and other homework! Here are a few that are especially helpful to high school students. Read More>