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Join us on the 1st Thursday, March 6 @ 6:30pm
Farmington and Bloomfield Mayors will be here.
Breakfast with the Mayor at TJ's Downtown Diner,
Spring Break "Do-It-Yourself" #TTW14
Teens visit the library laboratory in the Teen Zone to extend learning beyond the classroom. Explore, create and share content using the newest technology and teach us a few things, too. Share some of your expertise and register for the library's maker space on April 12.
Music is categorized by genre, artist and CD title and an automatic numbering scheme, each song in the library is uniquely identified by a 4 or 5 digit Songs are chosen either by their unique number, or by tapping on them with the touch screen. Songs in the library that are chosen by the user are then added to the "Song Queue". Songs are played on a first-in-first-out basis. New albums are added to the Juke as new CDs are added to the library's collection, but if there is music that you would like to see added to the Juke, ask the staff in the Teen Zone.
Recently added to the Teen Zone is a
Teen can now charge their phones, ipads, kindles and other devices without the hassle of bringing their charger to the library.
In addition to the Teen Zone, there are two other charging stations located in the library so patrons can charge their phones in the most convenient location.
Did you know that you can always watch a movie in the Teen Zone?
There is a DVD player located in the back of the Teen Zone for teens to enjoy some of their favorite films. This personal player is equipped with two headphones allowing teens to watch movies without interruption. The movie is changed on a weekly basis and features a wide variety of films. In addition, movies are shown on the drop-down projection screen every Monday at 4pm (don't forget your movie pass!).
San Juan County teens, youth mentors, etc. record volunteer and service learning hours online. Strengthen Your College Application Through Meaningful Service.
The online record can be printed for documentation when filling out job applications, college applications, etc. Discuss teen issues and find solutions to reach out, speak out and help out your community. Not limited to Farmington youth… Aztec, Bloomfield, Kirtland and Shiprock, too!
Over 3500 hours have been logged- great job everyone!
Thanks to the volunteers that placed 1325 stickers at Smith's. These stickers warn of the consequences of providing alcohol to minors. Find out about this and other volunteer projects at the Mayor's Teen Advisory Council meetings.