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Farmington Public Library
Farmington Public Library

 

FARMINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

 

             Speciel Guest: Chevel Shepherd of "The Voice"

 


"Stay Engaged"

The message from Mayor, Nate Duckett

         

 


About MTAC & Youth in Action


1st Thursday of the Month at 6pm

(September through April)

Farmington Public Library Teen Zone

December Agenda - Holiday celebration!

Apply for a Daniels Fund Scholarship "Are you ready?"
Participate in the "Sticker Shock" with Youth in Action!

 

 

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Movie Monday (snacks provided)

Starts at 2pm in the Teen Zone

November 12: Midnight Sun

November 19: Love Simon

November 26: The Maritan

December 3: Inception

December 10: La La Land

December 17: The Greatest Showman

 

Tuesday, Tween/Teen Tech

Starts at 4pm in the Teen Zone

Use the 3D printer, work with new technology, using coding with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Cube bot, Lego Mindstorms, etc. Featuring XArcade and Teen Gaming (ongoing daily) or featured from 3pm to 8pm with a valid library card.     Teen gaming policy.

 

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    “Shark Tank” TEEN ENTERPRISE

                 Almost like “Shark Tank”

        Present your proposal at MTAC

        Present the program in the Teen Zone
        Earn $100 Gift Card!


"Shark Tank" Teen Enterprise & earn $100

  1. Fill out a  proposal form and bring to MTAC   
  2. Middle and/or high school students
  3. Schedule for no school days, Thursday or Saturday
  4. School clubs, organizations are welcome to present
  5. Market your program with a flyer
  6. Recruit 10 participants to attend
  7. Must be a minimum of 45 minutes
  8. Teen Zone staff will help you with supplies, copies, etc.
  9. Visit the Teen Zone @ Farmington Public Library
  10. Contact: (505) 566-2201 or
    email  teenzone@infoway.org

 



Winter Reading for All Ages!

Register online November 16, 2018 to January 4, 2019

Read during the holidays and create your own superhero avatar.  We are going “prize-less” and creating lifelong readers by encouraging intrinsic motivation for reading (i.e. reading for the love and satisfaction of reading) and lifelong library users.  All ages are welcome to participate.  Register and log books online




National Writing Contest

Letters About Literature, sponsored by the New Mexico State Library in cooperation with The Center for the Book at the Library of Congress and Dollar General Literacy Foundation. Letters About Literature is a writing contest designed to promote reading and thoughtful writing by encouraging young readers to read a book and then write a letter to the author explaining how his or her work shaped their perspective on the world or themselves. This is the seventh year New Mexico State Library has sponsored the competition.

Please see the attached participation guidelines, official rules, and the permission form for ages 12 and under.

 

In particular please note the following:

  • beginning November 1, 2018 online submission only!
  • permission form required for ages 12 and under as of November 1, 2018
  • required word counts and letter format
  • the assessment criteria.
  All entries must be submitted online by January 11, 2019.

 

 

Photography at the Library

There is a possibility that photographs taken of you and your family might be used by the Farmington Public Library for publicity. Please inform us at the program if you do not want your photo taken.

Existe la posibilidad de que fotografías tomadas de mí y mi familia sean utilizadas con el propósito de publicidad por la Biblioteca. Infórmenos por favor en el programa si usted no desea su foto tomada.

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