Every Monday morning, stop by the library and pick up a craft to take home and make. Crafts for teens will be available on a first come first served basis in the Teen Room: We may make the crafts together, or you can make them on your own. Post them on your social media with a hashtag of #summitplcrafts.
1/11/2021: Among Us: Polymer Clay Pendant
**1/18/2021: Among Us: Shrinky Dinks
1/25/2021: Among Us: Hand Warmers
2/1/2021 Conversation Marble Magnets
2/8/2021 Hot Chocolate Bombs
*2/15/2021 Discarded Book Buttons
2/22/2021 Orbeez Lanterns
3/1/2021 Fairy Jar
3/8/2021 Canvas Line Art
3/15/2021 Mini Cloud Lamp
3/22/2021 Bath Bombs
3/29/2021 Messy Art Week
**This will be available on February 19, because of Martin Luther King Day
* This will be available on February 12, because of President’s Day Weekend.
Try your hand at answering the Kahoot trivia questions live on the library’s zoom, and/or on Facebook live via the Summit Library Youth Services Facebook page.
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Are you interested in becoming a Teen Volunteer at Summit Free Public Library? You’ve come to the right place! Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have changed around our Teen Volunteer Program, so that you can complete more tasks from the comfort of your own home if you choose to do so. For more information, click on this link.