Hingham Public Library Offers Fun Programs for Teens

Photo courtesy of Hingham Public Library.

September 30, 2021 by Anna Bryne

The town library features many interesting programs for teens to enjoy.  These offerings
-- including an Anime Club, Book Group, Magic: The Gathering, Knitting Club, and Teen
Advisory Board -- also provide an opportunity for students in grades 6 through 12 to
take a break from their studies now that the new school year has begun. Here's what's
in store this fall:

Attention, teen knitting enthusiasts -- What better hobby to pick up for the fall and
winter? As the weather becomes colder, teens will enjoy getting together for a cozy
afternoon of knitting. This is a space for teen knitting enthusiasts to gather and knit
together, visit, help each other out, and just have fun. All levels of knitters
are welcome. The Young Adult librarian will be available to help with basic knitting

Teen Anime Club is in-person again -- Participants will gather with other teens who
share their love and enthusiasm for anime and who will have fun watching anime

Teen Advisory Board is back -- Teens are invited to join bimonthly meetings, where
they are encouraged to share their thoughts and ideas for the library and work together
to help ensure it continues to be a great place for the community.

Play Magic: The Gathering -- Looking for someone to share a game of Magic with
you? It's happening right here at the library, where teens can spend the afternoon
playing an exciting game of Magic together and making new friends. Magic newbies,
beginners, and experts are welcome.

Join the Teen Book Group – The Hingham Library’s teen book group meets once a
month on a Saturday! New members are always welcome to join us for lively
discussion! Copies of the book can be picked up at the Children & Desk each month. For
more information about the upcoming book or help in accessing it digitally, contact the
Children’s Department or visit www.hinghamlibrary.org.

All teens in grades 6 through 12 are invited to participate in any of the above groups.
Visit www.hinghamlibrary.org for further details.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.