Check out our teen clubs!
Centre Branch's Anime Club
Teen Otaku Club @ The Lounge
Downtown Library's Teen Advisory Council
Downtown Library's Robotics Club
Downtown Library's Computer Club
Anime Club @ The Centre Branch
Have an interest in manga and anime? Join the Anime Club!
Now for Teens and Adults ages 13 and up!
Thursdays: 3/29, 4/26 & 5/31 at 6:30pm.
TAC (Teen Advisory Council)
The Wicomico Public Library TAC (Teen Advisory Council) is a group of teens that means once a month to discuss how to improve the library’s service to area teens. TAC members make decisions about collection, programs, and other teen-related stuff. Want to help choose the books, movies and music we buy for the Teen Lounge? Have ideas about the events we schedule for teens?
Anyone can join TAC!
We provide the pizza and the service hours, you provide the great ideas! Permission slips are required.
If you have specific questions about getting involved with TAC at the Downtown Library, contact Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Children’s Desk at (410) 749-3612 x119.
Tuesdays at 6pm: 3/20, 4/17 & 5/15.
Teen Otaku Club @ The Lounge
Members meet to talk about manga and watch a member selected anime movie/show. Open to ages 12 - 18 only.
Tuesdays at 6pm: 3/13, 4/10 & 5/8.
Teen Art Club
Come join us at Teen Art Club and get creative! Each month we'll feature a project and have numerous art and craft supplies available. Ages 12 to 18.
Tuesdays at 6pm: TBA.
Robotics Club @ The Lounge
Explore the basics of robotics using LEGO Mindstorms with an ongoing group of Middle and High School students. This is a hands on, active building program. The program is made possible in part by funding from the Wicomico Partnership for Families and Children.
Thursdays at 6pm: 3/1, 3/15, 4/5, 4/19, 5/3 & 5/17.
Computer Club @ The Lounge
Have you ever wanted to see inside a computer? Have you ever wanted to take a computer entirely apart and put it back together? Have you ever wanted to customize a computer? At the Wicomico Public Libraries' Computer Club, students will be doing all of it!
The application will be available Nov 1st and the program will run on Saturdays Jan 6 through April 28th at the Downtown Library.
First Lego League
If you are looking for a challenging, teambuilding, and competitive adventure, join the Library’s FIRST LEGO League team. LEGO Mindstorm Robot kits will be used as young engineers aged 9-13 use logic, teamwork, and creativity to solve this year’s challenge
Zero Robotics is a virtual robotics and programming competition using S.P.H.E.R.E.S. (Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites) on the ISS. Middle school students learn C++, physics & astronomy via hands-on activities, and teamwork skills as they compete in a national robotics challenge. The finals are run by astronauts currently aboard the International Space Station!