ACPL Teen Area

 

Hang out in the teen area, check out the manga selections, or use computers to play games (or, ahem, do homework). Our library staff host regular tween and teen programs as well as special events (like Sundae Wars and Library Lock-ins). If you want your voice to be heard, join the Teen Listening Council (TLC), and tell us what you want to see in your library.

Tweens

Click here for our event schedule or call the library at 336.846.2041, option 3 to get the most updated information about tween events & programs at the library.

Programs & events for tweens include Maker Monday, Ashe County Drama Club, activity kits, and more. Visit Ashe County Public Library Online for our online events and activities.

Services

Computers & Wifi

There are four desktop computers just for teens. Computers for children under the age of thirteen are available in the children's department. Note: Adults must keep child(ren) under the age of 12 in view when using the computer lab.

You can use your personal computers and devices to connect to the library's wifi network. This is a two-step process. First, connect to the Library Guest network. Then, open your browser (this may occur automatically) to view, read, and accept the Terms of Use policy. Once you have accepted the policy's terms, you will be redirected to the library website, at which point you should be fully connected to the wireless network.

Users can log on with their library card, StudentAccess number, or a guest pass.  If you have any questions, please visit the Information Desk.

Educational Resources

Click here to learn about educational resources the library offers for parents, teachers, and homeschoolers. Go to Library Lessons to join your friendly librarians on a learning journey about some of our favorite and most-requested topics. Have a suggestion? Submit it here.

Free Driver Education Tests

Soon-to-be driver in the family? Try these free online DMV permit practice tests.

Helpful Guides

Volunteer Opportunities

Does your library make you feel all the feels? Do you wanna find out if you might dig a career as a librarian? You must have a signed, completed application to be considered for a volunteer position. Contact Laura McPherson @ 336-846-2041 ex. 110 or email lmcpherson@arlibrary.org.