Young Adult Book Club

Our September book will be Banned Book Club by Kim Hyun Sook and Ryan Estrada. In 1983 South Korea, Kim Hyun Sook joins a book club where members read western works of literature forbidden by the totalitarian regime under which they live. How long can they keep their club going without getting caught? Thursday September … Continued

Teen Comic Creation Workshop

Teen Comic Creation Workshop Wednesday September 21, 2022 5-6PMPalmer Public Library Community Room Hosted by Eric Bao of Comics4Culture, a self-created teen led program!Students will learn about and create their own comic strips! Open to ages 11-18. Registration Required, see our event calendar.

Understanding the College Admissions Process

Have questions about where to get started with the college process? Hosted by Chris Wystepek, Executive Director for Admissions Outreach and Recruitment & Athletic Liaison for Western New England University, parents and teens learn where to begin in a step by step presentation with an open question & answer session. Registration encouraged, walk ins welcome.

Virtual Roblox Club

Join the PPL for our Virtual Roblox Club! Each week, log into the Zoom room to play your favorite games with your library friends. Breakout rooms will be available for different games and ages. Players of all levels are welcome to this program; the only thing you need to bring is your own Roblox account. … Continued

New! Library of Things

Looking to try a new hobby? Want fresh material for game night? Browse our Library of Things and borrow some great new things from us! Yard games, board games, sewing machines, an ice cream maker, and more!

Teen Book Club

We will meet one Thursday a month to discuss books. Open to ages 13-18. This summer, we will be meeting virtually over Zoom to discuss whatever participants are reading individually that month, or their favorite book! Email us to sign up!

Are You a Tech Connoisseur? You Might Like Tech Teens!

Tech Teens at the Palmer Public Library is a volunteer organization dedicated to helping members of the community with technology by teaching them to use it and helping people to complete simple tasks. The library may also have opportunities for special projects. The community needs more tech help than ever before, and we need responsible … Continued

Calling all aspiring poets & authors!

Join us every Tuesday from 3:30-5 for Teen Writer’s Circle, open to writer’s ages 12-18. *We will meet virtually over Zoom this summer, so reach out if you’re interested!* Check out other teen events here!

Teen Anime Club!

WHEN? Every other Thursday @ 3:30pm WHAT? Watch/read, discuss, and enjoy anime and manga! WHO? Open to teens and young adults ages 14 to 18.