TeenSpace at the Hart Library: Welcome

Welcome to the Hart Library’s webpage for teens. We cover a lot under “Links,” from homework help to volunteer opportunities. Don’t hesitate to e-mail Maureen Connelly(mconnell@wlsmail.org), the Young Adult librarian with any suggestions you may have, whether it's new links or letting us know about dead ones, a new book or graphic novel you just read, or any question about library services. After all, the Hart Library is “Yorktown’s Community Library.”


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La Biblioteca Hart tiene una pequeña colección de libros de ficción en español para los adolescentes. Se encuentran con los libros en español para adultos.


Programs require online registration at Program Registration unless specified otherwise.



Earring Making Workshops @ 6:00 PM:

Monday, November 27

Sunday, November 19 @ 10:00 AM: Paper Arts - Junk journals A Junk Journal is a handmade book made up of items you already have, such as scrapbook paper, music sheets, envelopes, maps, greeting cards, post cards, doilies, lace, anything in your junk drawer that can be glued down. The book covers can be made from cereal boxes, old book covers, file folders etc. Time will fly in this class as we create tags, fold outs, pockets and learn fun ways to decorate our journals. Please bring: Paper - Anything that you already have that can be glued down----Scissors----Quick drying glue----Embellishments

Tuesday, November 21 at 6:00 pm Greeting Card Workshop Led by Linda Weinbaum. Share the best holiday wishes with those you love by creating and giving a homemade holiday card. These, (and other choices), will be made during a one night holiday card workshop on November 21st 6-8 PM. Make cards that will be truly appreciated by those receiving them. Learn simple paper crafting techniques. Please bring: Scissors, Glue stick AND scotch tape, any holiday papers (scraps, gift wrap pieces etc.) that you have, Xacto knife if you have one. Optional: Rubber stamps, ink pad, and embellishments.

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