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Grab and Go Activity Kits

May 2 - Pom-Pom Cacti

May 16 - Flippy Ring Fidget

Grab and Go activity kits will happen every other week. Kits will be made available Monday mornings, and are first come first serve while supplies last. One kit per teen/tween.


Pick up in the lobby.


Contact Tristyn at tparker@bcfls.org for more info.

“People say that life is the thing, but I prefer reading.”

― Logan Pearsall Smith

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Contact Tiffany at

(724) 287-1715 or tharkleroad@bcfls.org

Upcoming Events

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Anime Club

Wednesdays, 5:30-7:30pm

May 11 and 25

YA Game Room

Teens Grades 7-12 welcome to join!


Fans of anime and manga are welcome to join the BAPL YA Anime Club! In this inclusive club run by teens, you decide what to do each meeting. You can watch an anime, read a manga, discuss the series you've been binging, create and share your own manga drawings, make Anime-related crafts, and more. If any of this sounds fun, come check out the Anime Club on Wednesdays in the YA Zone!

Contact Tristyn at tparker@bcfls.org for more info.

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YA Gaming Guild

Saturdays, 1-3pm

May 14 and 28

On the BAPL YA Discord Server


The YA Gaming Guild meets on Discord to play games! 


Tweens and teens grades 4-12 are welcome to join!


If you are a new member and need access to the YA Discord server, contact Tristyn at tparker@bcfls.org 

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May the Fourth be with YA: Interactive Movie Night

May 4, 5-7pm
YA Zone

Tweens and teens grades 4-12 can join us for a special interactive showing of Star Wars: A New Hope!


This screening is all about audience participation. See a lightsaber? Grab a pool noodle and duel your neighbor! A wise old man greets you with "Hello there?" Answer, "Sup dude?"


Costumes welcome! 

If you have questions, contact Tristyn at tparker@bcfls.org 

Volunteer at the Library!


Would you like to volunteer at the library?

Email Ms. Tiffany at tharkleroad@bcfls.org for more information on how you can!

Teen Zone

Tween programs are for students in grades 4 to 6.


Teen programs are for individuals in grades 7 to 12.

Video Games

The library has an Xbox and Wii, along with many games for each, that only teens are allowed to use.  Contact Ms. Tristyn for information on availability.

Board Games

Play one of our many board games with your friends at the library.

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