Teen Spirit Coffeehouse
Open Mic Night
Friday March 13, 6-8:30pm
Do you sing or play an instrument?
Whether you’re a seasoned performer
or have only dreamed about performing
in front of people, express your musical
talents in a no pressure, supportive
environment for teens only! Thanks
to Centre Music of Framingham for
providing sound. Snacks and beverages
Tea Time Book Share
Wednesday March 18, 4-5:00pm
Main Library, Costin Room
Have a cup of tea with something sweet
and talk about your favorite books or
your most recent amazing read.
(Part 1) DVD
Friday March 27,
Dress in costume
as your favorite
character or as a representative from
your favorite district, enter the trivia
contest, and of course, watch the movie
on our big screen!
The Homework Center is sponsoring a Middle School Essay Contest entitled “What I Love About Framingham.” Students have 500 words (double spaced, size 12 font) to tell what makes Framingham a great place to live/grow up. Essays are due by Monday, March 2nd at 5:00pm at The Homework Center, Main Library.
Judges will select one winner from each of the four Framingham middle schools. Winning essays will be announced and read by their authors at the Deluxe Depot Diner on Thursday, March 5th at 6:00 pm, and prizes awarded. The Diner will donate a percentage of the proceeds that night to the Framingham Library Foundation. Questions? Contact
Borrow Movies, Magazines, and Music from the Library!
Visit our new
Digital page for
virtual library and
for all your paper-writing needs.
New Teen Materials!
See what is new on
The Homework Center is open!
Free tutoring, homework and school project help available to all
Framingham elementary, middle and high school students every
Monday through Thursday afternoon from 2:30-5:30. Helpful
tutors, computers, color printers, resources, school and craft supplies.
Stop in and check us out!
The Student Advisory Board represents
the middle and high schools in Framingham. Together we plan and
facilitate events for the school year. Our next board meeting is Monday,
October 6th. Everyone is welcome! We need student representatives from
Walsh, Cameron, Fuller and St.Bridget’s Middle Schools. Share your ideas
and inspire us! For more information email Judy Gatlin
Seeking FLYAZ (Framingham Public Library Youth Advisors) volunteers for the 2014 school year:
This is an excellent opportunity to earn community service points, round out your college application, and shape the direction of the Young Adult department of your library! There will be two options:
FLYAZ Teen Tech Team. Are you a passionate gamer? Love technology? Lend your expertise to the library by joining the Teen Tech Team! As a member of the team, you’ll plan gaming events for teens and younger children and advise the Youth Services Librarian on all matters of technology for the teen area in the library. Grades 8-12.
FLYAZ Event Planning Committee. We are looking for creative and enthusiastic teens who work well on a team and enjoy planning events to help the Youth Services Librarian plan exciting events throughout the year. Last year we ran a Halloween Spookfest, a manga event, Minecraft tournament, two teens only open mic nights, a Hunger Games event and Divergent event, and a book ordering group at Framingham High School. You bring the ideas, and the library will provide the resources to make it happen!
There will be two separate committees: one for middle school students in grades 7-8, and the other for grades 9-12.
To apply for any of these committees, please contact Marcy Maiorana, Youth Services Librarian, at 508-532-5570, ext. 4335 or email her at
Check out Novel Commentary,
our new YA Book Review Blog!
Developed by a high school intern over the summer,
it features reviews of books for teens. If you love
reading, feel free to comment on current reviews
or make a contribution of your own. Link to it at
Shonen Jump online manga magazine
is now available at the library!
Thanks to Adam Finke, Grade 8 student at the Christa McAuliffe
Charter School, for the following description of Shonen Jump:
“Shonen Jump was a weekly manga magazine, but now it’s
online only. It has new chapters from all the new manga like
One Piece, Yu-Gi-Oh, Bleach, and Naruto. It is very popular here
because it is the main source for new manga. Many people in many
age groups enjoy it. It is great for manga fans, especially for ones
who want more suspense. It’s awesome and definitely worth it.”
Ask Marcy Maiorana at the main library or Kim Jung at the
McAuliffe branch for in-library access to Shonen Jump online.
Video games are here!
We have recently added several games for the Wii and
xBox 360 to the Young Adult collection! Games may be
borrowed for free for one week. We would like to expand
our gaming collection, so please consider donating games
you don’t play any more to the library.
Visit our new Young
Adult Space on
For tweens and teens in grades 6-12. Here you'll find information about YA events at the library, homework help for middle school students, book recommendations, and more.
Forgotten Our Stuff?
We have manga, anime, fiction, paperbacks, an online list of new books, databases, Internet access, wireless, audiobooks,
videos, and all kinds of nonfiction and reference materials. If you're looking for something fun to do or read, or if you just need to study, we're the place - we've got it all!
Looking for a Good Book?
Check out our
Teen Reading page with lists of great books
created by librarians and links to author websites.
Do you love Fantasy Books?Check out the wiki
More than Magic Mirrors. Add your own review to books! Each title page has a comments box you can use.