Delray Beach Public Library

Telephone:
561-266-0194

Mon - Wed: 9AM - 8PM
Thu - Sat: 9AM - 5PM

The Library is open Monday-Wednesday from 9-8 and Thursday-Saturday from 9-5. Get your virtual library card here to access our great digital resources.

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Organizer: Teen Services
Email: jillian.mouton@delraylibrary.org

Kits available Tuesday, June 22- You can never have too many scrunchies! Come pick up all the supplies you need to make your own retro hair accessory.

Organizer: Teen Services
Email: jillian.mouton@delraylibrary.org

Tuesday, June 29- Are you an absolute Disney nerd? Show off your knowledge, and maybe even win a prize! (No “Disney adults” allowed.) This program will be hosted live over Zoom, so be sure you have your game face on.

Organizer: Teen Services
Email: jillian.mouton@delraylibrary.org

Kits available Tuesday, July 27- Come to the library and pick up all the supplies you need to make a delicious glass of boba tea! Giant straw included.

Organizer: Teen Services
Email: jillian.mouton@delraylibrary.org

Come join our book discussion group for teens every first and third Tuesday of the month! Copies are available for free at the library. See our website for more information. You can earn volunteer hours by attending this program.

Organizer: Teen Services
Email: reference@delraylibrary.org

All month long, complete at own pace. Ages 10-17. The library needs your help with creating book trailers of the best Young Adult books you’ve read. These trailers can help other teens decide what book they should read next. Use iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, or other equivalent programs to create

Organizer: Teen Services
Email: jillian.mouton@delraylibrary.org

Tuesday, June 8- Do you have ideas for improving the library? Come to a virtual TAB meeting, where we brainstorm how to make Delray Beach Public Library the place to be for teens. You can earn volunteer hours by attending.

Organizer: Teen Services
Email: reference@delraylibrary.org

Art is all around us! In the 1950’s and 60’s many artists rebelled against the art of Abstract Expressionism and created POP ART. But today, there’s a problem, the Pop Art artists are locked away!