Teen Events & Programs

Otakus - Anime / Manga ClubOtakus

Second & Fourth Tuesdays, 7:00pm
June 14 - Meeting Room 3: Gina Monti Cosplay Demo
June 28 - Hubbard Room: Manga & Anime Jeopardy!
Ages 11 & up
No registration required
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Otakus is Russell Library’s teen group for fans of Anime, Manga and all things Japanese. Meeting twice a month, we view anime shorts, discuss our favorite manga series and explore the culture that has produced such art forms. Food, music, costumes, arts and other expressions of Japan are all parts of Otakus. This is a drop-in program, so come and enjoy the fun!

 

Teen Summer Reading Kickoff

Monday, June 13Summer Reading
2 to 3 pm
Teen Area

Start your summer off at the Russell Library by coming to the Teen Summer Reading Kick Off! Learn about and sign up for the Russell Library’s first Summer Reading Game for Teens, enjoy some snacks, and play some games to get in the summer spirit.
No registration required.

Teen Advisory Council

Thursday, June 23
10 to 11 am
Teen Area
Students entering grades 7 to 12
 

Come join the new and improved Russell Library Teen Advisory Council (TAC). TAC meets on the first Wednesday of each month, from 3:30-4:30 pm.  Earn community service hours, plan library activities, decorate bulletin boards, and much more. If you cannot make it to the meeting, but would like to join TAC, please contact Heather at hscussell@russell.lioninc.org.
Registration is required, in person or by phone, 860-347-2528.

Teen Book Buzz

Monday, June 27 Teen Book Buzz
2 to 3 pm

Teen Area

Need to find something good to read for this summer? Look no further! Come to the Book Buzz to find what is hot in YA lit, new trends, and find the perfect book for this summer!
No registration required.

Teen Book Club

Thursday, June 30
from 10 to 11 am
Teen Area

Start off your summer with a powerful quick read, Audacity, by Melanie Crowder, the inspiring story of Clara Lemlich, whose fight for equal rights led to the largest strike by women in American history. In time, Clara convinces the women in the factories to strike, organize, and unionize, culminating in the famous Uprising of the 20,000.  Please come ready to discuss the book. Copies of the book can be found at Russell or the library can obtain a copy from another library.