Category Archives for Teen Posts


Self Defense Class

Join us on Tuesday, August 10 at 5:30 pm with an instructor from On Guard Defense in City Hall Auditorium where we will review basic upper body strikes and then introduce lower body strikes and sparring. Registration is required. Maximum of 20 participants. Call the library or register on our Events page.   For adults and […]

Macrame Braclets

HEY TEENS!! Pick up all the supplies you need to make your own Friendship Bracelet, while supplies last! (Ages 13-17)

Book Sale

Visit the Book Nook on the first Saturday of the month from June – October for great deals on books, DVDs and more. Hours are 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Gnome on a Tome

Gnorbert the Gnome is somewhere in the library reading his books. Patrons of all ages can find him, tell a staff member, and earn a piece of candy. Gnorbert moves to a new spot every Monday, so come back each week to find him!

BATTLESHIP

Kids ages 3 – 17 can play a community game of Battleship. Come to the library any day, any time and check out a book to make a guess. Get a “hit” and win a prize! “Sink” a ship and get a bigger prize! 

Library Returns to Full Operating Hours

This Monday, May 3rd,  the London Public Library will go back to our full operating hours.     Our hours will be: Monday-Thursday 9:00-8:00 Friday 10:00-6:00 Saturday 10:00-5:00   Appointments will no longer be needed to enter the building.     Our Summer Reading Program will be starting on June 1.   Stay tuned for […]

Escape From the Enchanted Forest

Put your fairy tale knowledge to the test! Can you make your way through the Enchanted Forest? https://forms.gle/SmhXrMx3sFdSbzAz5

The Jester Jim Show

You can watch a recording of the live show! The show begins at about 4:45 of the video. This is not your ordinary juggling show! Jester Jim, a juggling, beatboxing, comedy genius, puts on a LIVE virtual, interactive, and extraordinarily entertaining show!  https://youtu.be/X_7lfQ4GTqk

Virtual Breakout Room: Zombie Outbreak

Time for another breakout room! “Something terrible is happening. The government has been keeping the disasters quiet for years. Oftentimes, they get lucky and contain the problem. But now, reports of a new outbreak have been spreading. Only you can help figure out how to stop the spread before it is too late. Hurry – […]

Beanstack App How-to

Need help navigating the Beanstack app to log your summer reading and activities? Watch this video tutorial for guidance.