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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Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USATue, May May 30, 2023 All DayIt is time for our annual Summer Reading Challenge! Each summer, we challenge tweens and young adults to infect themselves with the reading itch. This time around, we challenge those 12 – 17 to read ten (10) books in five (5) weeks. Complete the challenge and your name goes into the drawing toward a grand prize of your choice. Stop by the Young Adult Department to register, or learn more HERE.
Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USAFri, Jun June 2, 2023 3:30 PM EDTStop in for an afternoon movie and just hang out. The summer brings the heat and we have A/C, so chill out with your friends or make new ones. Intended for ages 12 – 17. Movie titles TBA, call the Teen Dept at the Thomasville Library for more information: 229-225-5252
Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USATue, Jun June 6, 2023 5:30 PM EDTWe are cleaning out the craft closet and making it art! Join us for a ‘bad art’ night where nothing is perfect, there isn’t enough of everything and things are just random. Our Teen Dept. will be laying out “challenges” to attendees to create something in 15 minutes, such as a self-portrait or a mythical creature. Props go to the “worst artist” of each round. This is a judgement free zone, so the whole point is to be bad and not really care about the final...
Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USAFri, Jun June 9, 2023 3:30 PM EDTStop in for an afternoon movie and just hang out. The summer brings the heat and we have A/C, so chill out with your friends or make new ones. Intended for ages 12 – 17. Movie titles TBA, call the Teen Dept at the Thomasville Library for more information: 229-225-5252
Thomas County Public Library, North Madison Street, Thomasville, GA, USATue, Jun June 13, 2023 4:00 PM EDTWe are melting stuff. That’s right: meting stuff and making it art. Join us for an afternoon of creativity as we work with crayons as a medium, but instead of the traditional use, we are melting them. Options to make whatever you like: crayon on canvas, a bookmark, a crayon shaving collage, the options are infinite. All supplies provided at no cost. Intended for ages 12 – 17. For more information, speak with the Teen Dept. at the Thomasville Library: 229-225-5252
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DIY Projects at Home
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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 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 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.