Teen Room

Located beside the Reference Section, our Teen Room offers a variety of services. The area is tucked near the A/V section, offering a quiet, chill place to study, work on homework, read or just hang out. Inside you will find an eight bay wall of computers exculsively for use of those between the ages of 12 and 17; an ever growing collection of the best young adult books, magazines and DVDs; video, computer and board games; as well as resources from everything ranging from college loans to the best new reads this month. Our awesome Teen Manager is available all day to help you out, should you need some assistance!

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    Upcoming Events
  • Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USA
    Thu, Feb February 22, 2024 4:00 PM EST
    Teen Who Make Things: Multimedia Collages Join our Teen Manager after school for an art tutorial. The day’s project will be: mixed media collage art – gather various media to create an artpiece of personal reflection. Intended for ages 12 – 17. All supplies are provided at no cost to participants.
  • Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USA
    Fri, Feb February 23, 2024 3:30 PM EST
    Game free-play! Join our Teen Manager in the YA Department for a gaming open session. We have a plethora to choose from: -Nintendo Switch -XBox -Board Games -Card Games -K’NEX -Computer RPG Intended for ages 12 -17.
  • Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USA
    Mon, Feb February 26, 2024 4:00 PM EST
    The Thomasville MakerSpace is open use. Come in and explore the technology we have available for you: Circuit printing; 3D-printing; materials for papercraft (i.e. card making); and a sewing machine. Our Teen Manager will be demonstrating and teaching how to use the 3D printer from 4 – 5 PM. If you would like to learn more about using the resources, speak with a staff member in the Reference Department for more information.
  • Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USA
    Fri, Mar March 1, 2024 3:30 PM EST
    Game free-play! Join our Teen Manager in the YA Department for a gaming open session. We have a plethora to choose from: -Nintendo Switch -XBox -Board Games -Card Games -K’NEX -Computer RPG Intended for ages 12 -17.
  • Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USA
    Mon, Mar March 4, 2024 4:00 PM EST
    The Thomasville MakerSpace is open use. Come in and explore the technology we have available for you: Circuit printing; 3D-printing; materials for papercraft (i.e. card making); and a sewing machine. Our Teen Manager will be demonstrating and teaching how to use the 3D printer from 4 – 5 PM. If you would like to learn more about using the resources, speak with a staff member in the Reference Department for more information.

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DIY Projects at Home

Losing your mind and looking for some projects to try out while at home? Here are some cool DIY projects to help keep your mind right, spruce up your bedroom or future dorm room and more!

Stress Release Bottle

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Stay Fit at Home

Need some new inspiration to keep you active, looking and feeling great this summer? It can be hard to stay motivated when you are alone and unable to attend a class, so here are some great resources to get you moving!

Joe Wicks, PE With Joe

Joe Wicks is a British fitness trainer who runs a popular series for adults on YouTube. During the pandemic, Wicks began creating upbeat 30-minute workouts for families in a series called P.E. with Joe. Videos include basic exercises, stretching, and cardio activities. New videos are posted daily so there are plenty to choose from. In this video from June 3, Joe leads a routine inspired by sports played in other countries, such as kickboxing in Thailand and sumo wrestling in Japan.

Amanda Russell, All Things Fitness and Lifestyle

Amanda’s channel provides quick, intense cardio workouts in a sunny and inviting room. A fan of interval training, Russell dishes fit tips that provide her viewers with an inside scoop on tips and tricks for making the most of your workout. Strapped-for-cash students will love Russell’s video on the best workout gear under ten dollars. Effective workouts and deals? What could be better!

Tara Stiles, Yoga

Tara helps incorporate yoga into your daily routine with bedtime yoga to help promote a sense of relaxation and morning yoga for a quick rejuvenation. Videos are short, sweet, and appropriate for yoga newbies and veterans alike as an easy and fun way to make yoga practice a part of your life. Find inner peace and a newly sculpted physique after following along with Tara’s channel.

Caleb Marshall, The Fitness Marshall

Since launching his YouTube channel in October 2014, Caleb Marshall, aka "The Fitness Marshall," has been rocking some serious dance moves and motivating thousands to get into shape. His fun, upbeat videos use the latest pop hits and pair them with his own innovative and funky choreography.