The Westfield Washington Public Library’s Teen Services Department offers a selection of materials and programs designed especially for young adults aged 13-18.
A separate YA collection offers a selection of materials written especially for teens, including fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, audiobooks, and magazines. The library’s teen area provides study rooms and comfortable seating for hanging out with friends or studying after school. Special teen-only programming is facilitated by a librarian dedicated to their needs.
Brittany – Information/Reference and Teen Services Manager
eIndiana Digital Consortium for Kids & Teens is a collection of downloadable eBooks and audiobooks. Browse by subjects, collections, or level. Log in with your WWPL library card and password.
These groups meet regularly at the library during the school year. We will not meet on holidays or days when either the school or library is closed.
Anime Manga Club
Mondays @ 4 PM
If you love anime (Japanese animation), manga (Japanese comics), or Japanese culture, this is the place for you! Teens meet in the Story Pit to watch videos, share stories, and just hang out.
Gaming Corner on Wednesdays
Wednesdays @ 4 PM
Come to the teen room after school every Wednesday to play the Wii with friends.
Teen Advisory Group
Meets Quarterly (4 times/year) @ 4 PM
Open to all teens in grades 6-12. Help plan teen programs, suggest materials for the YA collection, and earn volunteer hours! For more information, contact the Teen Librarian at 317-896-9391.
For a complete schedule of events, visit our calendar.