Seating in the Children's area at the Ossian Branch

Changes in the Teen Zone

Posted on May 13, 2013 at 9:09 AM

Check-out What’s New in the Teen Zone!

Spring is in the air and the Teen Zone of the library is changing all over. Changes you ask...What changes? Well, lots of changes are happening in the Teen Zone!

Looking for what’s new with programming or different options for college and career information? We have you covered. Just check-out our new information spot above the non-fiction. Maybe you’re looking for a sunny spot to do homework or chat with a friend? Then you will be happy to find our new café table and chairs nestled in the far window. Is it a space you are looking for where you can get cozy with your book or iPad or sit and chat with lots of friends? Well…we have some great new chairs for just that purpose! Take a look up above these cozy seats, you’ll find the Teen Zone’s very own television! Not only will this television advertise what programs are coming up, but you can also play the Teen Zone’s Wii at any time with a valid library card.

Not sure where the Teen Zone is? Just look for the awesome new sign!



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Written by Sarah MacNeill

My name is Sarah MacNeill. Your Co-head Teen Librarian for the Wells County Public Library. I am a fair-weather golfer who enjoys the great outdoors as well as getting lost in a great adventure novel. I am usually found somewhere around the Teen Zone/Reference desk or putting on an awesome Teen program. I do answer my e-mail though so feel free contact me at smacneill(at)wellscolibrary.org.

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