Toastmasters present ‘Youth Leadership Program’ at the Franklin Township Public Library.
Young adults, ages 13 – 18 are eligible to participate!
Think of the successful leaders you know. They probably have one trait in common – the ability to communicate effectively. Every young person has the potential to become a good communicator and leader, but the potential needs to be developed. This free eight-week Youth Leadership Program, sponsored and conducted by members of the Conackamack Toastmasters, will be held Tuesday evenings from March 17th through May 12th at the Main Library.
This program provides an emphasis on specialized speaking and leadership skills. Participants will learn to overcome nervousness with public speaking while organizing and presenting ideas logically and convincingly. Members will listen carefully to others’ ideas, offer advice to help others improve, participate in—and even lead—group discussions. All members will increase their self-confidence as they learn, make new friends and have fun.
All materials will be provided. Space is limited, and registration is required. All interested young adults must contact the program coordinator Sheila Mason at Sheila.email@example.com to register for the program.
The Library’s 2015 Winter Reading Program has begun!
11 & under – “Night at the movies”
12 & older – “Never judge a book by its movie”
Please visit the Library’s website (www.franklintwp.org) and sign up today. Prizes are on display at the Main Library in the Historical Room showcase. Remember, all reading counts…INCLUDING SCHOOL BOOKS!
Banned books are books that have been removed from the shelves of a library, bookstore, or classroom due to controversial content. A book may be challenged (an attempt to ban) or banned on political, religious, sexual, or social grounds. The acts of banning or challenging a book are a serious matter, because these are forms of censorship which strike at our freedom to read.
Stop in and check out some of the titles on our Staff Pick Banned Books Bookmarks today! You’ll be surprised by how many you’ve already read. We encourage you to celebrate your freedom to read all month…all year really!
The books on our bookmarks have been banned or challenged within the last decade, including 2013. If you want more information on Banned Books or Banned Books Week go to http://www.bannedbooksweek.org/
The winners of the Library’s 2014 Young Adults Spark a Reaction Summer Reading Program have been selected and notified. Thank you again to all of the tweens and teens that participated. We hope that everyone had fun at the Library this summer!
The 2014 “Spark a Reaction” summer reading program for young adults, ages 11 – 18 has now ended. The grand raffle drawing will be held on Thursday, September 4, 2014. All three winners will be notified by phone. Good luck everyone!
Think of the successful leaders you know. They probably have one trait in common – the ability to communicate effectively.
This FREE six-week Youth Leadership Program, sponsored and conducted by members of the Conackamack Toastmasters, will be held Tuesday evenings from September 30th through November 4th at the Main Library. Young Adults ages, 13 – 18 are eligible to participate.
This program provides an emphasis on specialized speaking and leadership skills. (For more information please visit the September Calendar tab located at the top of the Blog.) Space is limited, and registration is required. All interested young adults must contact the program coordinator Sheila Mason at Sheila.firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the program.
Email notifications were sent out to all participants indicating that the 2014 Summer Reading Buddies Program has ended. All materials are now available for pick-up at the Main Library. Teen Buddies may pick-up their volunteer hour letter and certificate at the Adult Reference Desk. Little Buddies may pick-up their certificates at the Children’s Reference Desk.
Arrangements can be made for those participants that would prefer to pick-up their materials at the Franklin Park Branch location instead. Teen Buddies that will require a signature for their volunteer hours may email the program coordinator to make an appointment.
The Franklin Township Public Library’s 2014 Summer Reading Buddies Program is now finished. Thank you to all of our participants for making this year’s program another success. Email notifications will be going out shortly regarding certificates of completion and volunteer hours. We hope that everyone had fun reading at the Library this summer!
As summer continues, here’s a reminder that there will be lots of fun stuff going on at the Franklin Township Public Library this August. The August calendar of events for young adults, ages 10 and up is now available online. Click on the “August Calendar” tab at the top of the blog for links to the Library’s programs.