Sat., Feb. 10 / 9:30 am-12:30 pm
Meet in the Young Adult Lounge
Take a FREE practice test, proctored by Lisa Myers of College Tutors. Registration begins Mon., Jan. 15 online through the library's Attend calendar, in person at the YA Desk, or by calling 317-814-3983.
The first 20 families to register will be able to schedule one free 20-minute follow-up meeting with College Tutors to review the results.
Daily during library hours in February
The Carmel Clay Public Library is honored to host a month-long exhibition of 90 works of art created by K-12 students from Carmel Clay Schools. Enjoy a gallery walk of drawings, paintings, collages, photography, fiber arts, and more!
OPENING GALLERY RECEPTION
Thursday, February 1
Read up to 6 books to earn up to 4 prize books from the YA book vault! No registration required! Simply pick up a Winter Reading Program Book log from the YA desk or print one off. For grades 6-12, from December 22 to March 12.
Saturday, January 20, 7:00-10:00 pm
Students in grades 7-12 are invited to step into the magical wizarding world of Harry Potter for one whimsical night of music and dancing. Enjoy a screening of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Savor a taste of Hogwarts cuisine. Feel free to wear a Harry Potter costume for our contest, dress up for a ball, or come as you are. Register online via the library's ATTEND calendar. Space is limited and registration is required.
Tuesday, January 30
College admissions is more confusing than ever. What's more important - grades or extra-curricular activities? What tests should you take and when? Amy McVeigh of Smart College Selection will answer these questions and more in a highly interactive session for parents and their high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. No registration required and there is no charge to attend.
Back by popular demand, we invite you to step into the Great Hall and enter the magical wizarding world of Harry Potter for one whimsical night of music and dancing.
This volunteer opportunity for grades 7-12 will be held in the Book Club Room.
Carmel Clay Public Library's Teen Library Council (TLC) is an advisory board of students in grades 7-12 who meet monthly with the library's Young Adult Services staff to discuss books, movies, and music and to give input on library issues related to teens.
The TVC is for teens in 6 - 12 grade. The library uses teen volunteers in a variety of activities and for many different programs.