Plainfield Public Library District

Teen Programs

GENERAL INFORMATION

Teen Programs are intended for library patrons 6th through 12th grade (aka middle and high school students).  Some programs will have different grade requirements due to the appropriateness of that class.  For example, our college preparation events are reserved for high school students and their parents since they would most benefit from college informational programs.

A teen or parent may register for a program up to two weeks before the program, the link to the online registration is in the programs listed below.  A Plainfield Library card is not required when signing up for teen programs.

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WINTER 2017 PROGRAMS


SEASONAL WRITING CONTEST

We’re looking for a few good writers to showcase their literary work at the library. Submit a maximum of one piece of writing per season in a Word document.  Your writing can be fiction, true life, or something in between; anything goes (poetry counts!) as long as you meet the requirements below.

To be eligible each entry must:

  • be in grade 6-12
  • be submitted by email to: teenwritingcontest @plainfieldpubliclibrary.org
  • be submitted in a Word document.
  • be no more than 1500 words.
  • not include graphic language or violence.
  • include author’s name and grade.

Submission deadlines:

SUMMER – May 31st
FALL – August 31st
WINTER – November 30th
SPRING – February 28/29th

815-436-6639
15025 S. Illinois St. Plainfield, Illinois