Teens

If you have a craving for something a little weird this winter, consider picking up one of these paranormal young adult novels! From witches to El Cuco, historical fiction to modern stories, there are plenty of options to choose. They are all available at the...

Trick-or-Treat at the library reached a new level in 2019, with PGTPL, Plainfield United Methodist Church, and the First Baptist Church joining forces to become Trick-or-Treat on Simmons Street! A huge thank you to all of our sponsors and community partners who made the event...

Tired of dressing up as the same thing for each annual Halloween party? Does your child have fleeting interests? Costumes can be expensive; what do you do with all these barely used costumes?  The Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library is accepting clean, gently used Halloween costumes of...

Throughout the month of September, the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library will present a series of teen programs about film-making. Teens can learn the process of creating a short movie. Each Monday there will be a program about a different aspect of making a short movie. Dates...

Try out your putting skills and celebrate all things library! Families of all ages are welcome to join us in the Children’s Room on Wednesday, September 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. for a fun night of literary-themed mini golf. Complete all the rounds and win a small...

Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2019 Summer Reading Club, A Universe of Stories! Children's Summer Reading [caption id="attachment_20365" align="alignright" width="225"] Nicolette won the family membership to the Indianapolis Zoo[/caption] We had a great Completion Party for children on Saturday, July 20, featuring Mr Molecule’s space and...

Are you a current or prospective homeschooling parent? Join us on Thursday, August 8, from 1-2 p.m. for an informative program on the library’s resources for homeschool families. This is a great opportunity to learn what the library has to offer in addition to meeting...

As the Summer Reading Club enters its final week, make sure you are getting those reading logs turned in! The Summer Reading Club ends on Saturday, July 13, but the fun doesn’t have to end then. There will be parties for all children and teens...

Looking for a unique way to combine technology and outdoor activities this summer? Make a nature-based Stop Motion Animation video at home! Stop by the Children’s Desk this summer and pick up an infographic on the basics of Stop Motion movie making and library recommended apps...

For your summer reading this year, consider borrowing one of these great science fiction novels from the library. Whether you enjoy futuristic or more modern sci-fi, picking up one of these books is a fun way to celebrate the summer reading program’s theme, “A Universe...