"Your Doorway to the Past, the Present, and the Future"

Phone 516-221-1334

2234 Jackson Ave

Seaford, NY 11783-2691

Fax 516-826-8133

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TEEN  SERVICES 

(Grades 5 -up)

Registration for teen programs that are free is available online. For programs requiring a fee, please register at the Reference Desk.

Seaford T.A.G. Meeting

Thursday, January 9th

4:00-5:00pm

Join the Teen Advisory Group and help think up new ideas to promote certain aspects of what makes the library so great. One hour of community service will be given for attending. Register now.

 

All About Virtual Reality

Wednesday, January 15th

5:00-7:00pm

Students will use their smart phone (iPhone or Android) to learn how to download free Virtual Reality games or applications. Students will learn how to connect them to virtual reality glasses to experience the Virtual Reality world. We supply the VR glasses for use during class or students can bring their own. Prerequisites: Smart Phone (iPhone or Android) and the ability to download apps to the phone through Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Note: MS Windows phones do not support this functionality. Registration begins Thursday, January 2nd.

 

Dungeons and Dragons

Wednesday, January 29th

7:00-9:00pm

Ignite your inner adventurer and join the party - learn how to play the world's most popular tabletop role playing game! From creating characters to deciphering dice, this program will show you the ropes on how to play in a magical, fantasy world. Registration begins Monday, January 6th.

 

Gold Tree Painting on Glass

Thursday, January 30th

4:30-5:30pm

Teens will enjoy painting a golden tree inspired by the artist Gustav Klimt onto a picture frame using metallic paints and gems. This is a perfect craft for fall and winter. Registration begins Monday, January 6th.

 

Teen Stranger Awareness and Self Defense

Wednesday, February 5th

4:30-5:30pm

This class teaches about the dangers of strangers, how to be more aware of their dangers, and how to effectively deal with them using certain self-defense movements (in case they grab a young person). This class is performed as a series of live skits, using props and live acting where we ask a participant(s) from the audience to reenact a scene as if it were actually happening to them (they verbally cue what they are doing). Parents can come and observe. Registration begins Monday, January 6th.

  

How to Maximize Your Eligibility for Financial Aid

Thursday, February 6th

7:00-9:00pm

Come join Richard Milella, founder and director for Long Island Funding for Education (L.I.F.E.), as he discusses methods to maximize your family’s eligibility for college financial aid. Countless students will qualify for thousands in financial aid this year-simply because they understand the rules and recognize how to use them to their advantage. Shouldn’t you be one of them? Registration begins Monday, January 6th.

 

Soap and Card of Hope

Tuesday, February 11th

4:00-5:15pm

Teens will make handmade soap to donate to the Homeless. They will also create cards of hope & add everything in a decorative bag! One hour and fifteen minutes of community service will be given. Registration begins Monday, January 10th.



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