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.


Time Magazine's Most Influential Teens 2017

Rye Playland Job Opportunities

Summer Jobs with Yorktown Parks and Recreation Department


Programs require online registration at Program Registration unless specified otherwise.


Wed., March 28 @ 6:30 PM: The College Application: Spotlight on Extracurricular Activities and Recommendation Letters This workshop, presented by Jeffrey Hirsch from College Starter, will explain how a student's extracurricular profile and recommendation letters can enhance their overall college applications. Through clear examples, we will examine the best ways to shine a spotlight on a student's extracurricular activities. In addition, participants will learn who is best to write their college recommendation letters, how and when to approach them, and how self-reflection forms can ensure the best possible letters are written. For students and parents.

Thurs., April 12 @ 6:30pm: 18 SAT Questions with Michael Goodman Join Michael Goodman from The Learning Miracle for a review of typical questions included on the SAT. Bring pencils and a calculator for this invaluable practice!

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Earring Making Workshops Mondays @ 6:00 PM:

March 28

April 23

May 23

June 25

Thurs., March 29 @ 6:00 PM. Paper Arts with Linda Weinbaum: Library Woman: Small Works of Art or Cards Creating and making hand-made greeting cards is a gift for both the creator and the receiver. It is instant gratification for the creator and a unique and treasured artifact for the recipient. All can be expressed in a one of a kind original card. Regardless of your experience, you will be able to create small works of art to be shared with others. The theme of this workshop is “women,” since March is Women’s History month!

Thurs., April 19 @ 6:00 PM: Paper Arts: Crazy Paper Quilt Journal. Led by Lavinia Wiggins. Bring your scrap pieces of paper and create a sheet of Crazy Quilt Paper. It doesn’t matter what type of paper, bring a variety, we’ll assemble our sheet and embellish with rubber stamps, wash tape, rub ons etc. Once finished you easily make a no sew, no glue, travel journal. Materials list: The instructor provides all supplies, but suggests you bring your own scissors, and glue stick. If you have specific papers or items you want to use, please bring them.

Thurs., May 17 @ 6:00 PM: Paper Arts: Mini Collage Art. Led by Lavinia Wiggins. Mini pieces of art, intended for trading but they’re sweet framed or made into a greeting card. The size of a playing card, you can experiment with different techniques including collage, stencils, paintings, drawing, and image transfers. Materials list: The instructor provides all supplies, but suggests your bring your own scissors and glue stick. You might like to include a personal photo, bring a Xerox copy if you’d like to do an image transfer. If you have specific papers or items you want to use, please bring them.

Thurs., June 28 @ 6:00 PM: Paper Arts with Linda Weinbaum: Roll of the Dice his is a unique, fun social serendipitous art experience. Learn new techniques with different materials to create a spontaneous mixed media work of art. Bring everything you have that will inspire your creative juices. This class is a balance of both direction and choice – adding to your piece based on the “roll of the dice,” and your own wishes and aesthetics. Come have-a-go!

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