Category Archives: Teen Programs

Use this category for all teen programs.

New Classes in March – Drawing with the Apple Pencil

This is an opportunity for Library Patrons of all ages to experience the excitement of creating digital art with the latest in tools and software.

We will be offering this course during Saturdays for students 8 to 12 starting March 14th.  Classes for ages 13 and older will begin on March 11th
Sessons will take place in the Adams Center.  Please plan for your child to attend all three sessions as they build on one another.

All materials are provided.  You will have an iPad & Pencil designated for student use throughout the course.  Class sizes are limited so you are advised to register as soon as possible.

 

Students 8 to 12:
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Students 13 and Older:
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Questions? Email Steve Clinch at shclinch1@gmail.com or call him at 781-690-0320

Starting in February – Drawing with the Apple Pencil

This is an opportunity for Library Patrons of all ages to experience the excitement of creating digital art with the latest in tools and software.

We will be offering these courses during the last three weeks in February.  Adults (14 & older) on Wednesday evenings 7-9PM starting Feb. 12th and kids (8 to 13) starting Feb. 15th in the Adams Center.  Plan to attend all three sessions as they build on one another.

All materials are provided.  You will have an iPad & Pencil designated for your use throughout the course.  Class sizes are limited so you are advised to register as soon as possible.

 

Questions? Email Steve Clinch at shclinch1@gmail.com or call him at 781-690-0320

To Register:

Adults 14 and older register here

Kids 8 to 13 register here

February 10th at 6:30pm – Meeting Goals Through Financial Planning

Studies have shown that delayed gratification is one of the most effective traits of successful people and that delaying gratification over time will improve self-control and help in achieving long-term goals faster. Delayed gratification can certainly apply to matters of personal finance. It’s easier to purchase something with a credit card but also more expensive than saving the money and paying for it outright.

 

 

To gain insight on how you can meet goals through financial planning, join Gail DeGrenier at a workshop offered by the Kingston Public Library. Gail is the Branch Manager for Rockland Trust’s Kingston branch.

This program will take place on Monday, February 10th at 6:30 pm at the Adams Center located at 33 Summer Street in Kingston.

“Meeting Goals Through Financial Planning” is part of a series of programs focusing on personal finance and financial literacy for adults and teens that the Kingston Public Library will be presenting alongside partners in the community. This program is brought to you with federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

To register, click the button below or contact the library at 781-585-0517

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