Teen Spirit Coffeehouse
Friday October 9, 6:30-8:00pm
Main Library, Costin Room
Do you sing or play an instrument?
Aspire to be a comedian or storyteller?
Whether you’re a seasoned performer or
have only dreamed about performing in
front of people, express your talents in a
no pressure, supportive environment for
teens only! Snacks and beverages.
Y’ALL (Young Adult Literature
Lovers) Book Group for Teens
Thursday October 22, 7-8:00pm
Main Library, J Program Room
It’s no secret that adults love YA books
as much as teens do, so if you’re one
of those 20-something or older adults,
openly embrace your passion for YA
literature with other aficionados! We’ll
be discussing A.S. King’s Reality Boy,
the at times hilarious story of Gerald,
a former reality show child star who is
now seventeen and desperately trying
to manage his rage while figuring out
some disturbing things about his family.
Also we’ll cast votes online for the annual
YALSA (Young Adult Library Services
Association) Top Ten! Snacks and
beverages provided. For adults and teens
grades 9 and up.
Survive the Zombie
Apocalypse! Halloween Event
Friday October 30, 6-8:00pm
Library, Costin Room
At Halloween, zombie librarians stalk
the library after hours! Your mission:
Assemble your zombie survival kit while
avoiding infection. Whoever gathers the
most items wins. Pizza and prizes.
Call for FLYAZ (Framingham
Library Teen Advisers)
Members, Grades 7 and up
If you need volunteer hours or if you
want to spice up your college application,
and love your public library, consider
becoming a Library teen adviser! We’ll
have two advisory teams:
The Teen Tech Team, for those of you who
love gaming and all things technological,
or The Program Planning Team, if you
like planning fun events like what we’ve
had in the past — a zombie apocalypse
survival night, the teen coffeehouse, a
manga evening, the Divergent choosing
ceremony and movie screening, Doctor
Who event, and more. We’d love to
hear your ideas! For more information,
contact Marcy Maiorana, firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-532-5570, ext. 4335.
The Homework Center
The Homework Center offers free tutoring and homework help program for all Framingham students K-12, and will open for the 2015-2016 academic year on Monday, September 14th.
We are excited to continue (for our 5th year) to offer free academic support to all students in Framingham. We have 26 tutors (+ an additional 4 new tutors) who are proficient in all subjects taught in the Framingham schools (including the newly offered mandarin classes at FHS)!
The Homework Center is open Monday through Thursday afternoons from 2:30-5:30 with additional evening and weekend tutoring available by appointment.
To schedule an appointment or for more information contact Judy Gatlin,
The Homework Center Student Advisory Board
The Homework Center runs with the help of a student advisory board made up of student representatives from each of the middle and high schools in Framingham.
The board meets on a monthly basis to plan events that raise the profile of the Homework Center Program and education in Framingham.
These students have planned and facilitated Framingham's town-wide middle school spelling and geography bees, craft workshops, fundraising fashion shows, warm clothing and book drives, our town's first middle and high school essay contest along with a host of other library events and activities!
The board accepts new membership during September and October. The next meeting will be
held on Monday October 19 at 4:00pm. Home baked treats are served at all meetings :)
We welcome interested students (feel free to bring a friend/s) to attend a meeting - hear and share ideas and see if you would like to join in this fun and rewarding leadership/ community service experience
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Homework Center 2015 Kick Off
Framingham's 2nd Annual Essay Contest;
Open to all Framingham middle and high school students
"What I think is important about Framingham's history"
In 500 words or less tell us about 3 aspects of Framingham's History that you think are important.
A $100.00 cash prize will be awarded to one high school essay author and one middle school essay author!
Essays are due on or before 5:00, Monday, November 2nd at the Homework Center.
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.
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.