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9th Graders are welcome at some Middle School Programs. Check individual listings for details.
High School Students are welcome at many Adult Programs. Check individual listings for details.


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 teensketchTeen Sketch & Improv Jam

Mondays, March 6-April 17 from 7-9p.m. in the Storytime Room.

Brainstorm, write and play with like-minded players for some off-the-cuff fun. Enjoy an Improv Jam the last Monday meeting each month.

No registration required. For grades 6-12.

 

Escape roomEscape Room!

Saturday, April 1 from 1-2p.m. or 3-4p.m. in the Large Meeting Room.

Hunt for clues, solve puzzles, and unlock the mystery in this exciting adventure game. Do you have the brainpower, organization, and creative thinking to unravel a viable escape plan in only one hour? Presented with The Room Mystery Escape Challenge.

Register by March 24 in person, by phone, or here.

 

 

silhouette cameoSilhouette Cameo Craft Session

Wednesday, April 19 from 4-5:45p.m. in the Teen Space.

Learn how to use the Silhouette Cameo, an electronic cutting machine great for creating intricate designs in materials such as paper, vinyl, and more!

Register in person, by phone, or here. For grades 9-12.

 

 

CSI crime scene

CSI: The Real Story

Saturday, April 22 from 11-12:30p.m. in the Large Meeting Room.

Would you know what to look for at a real crime scene? Get the scoop from members of the Elmhurst Police Department Evidence Unit. See real evidence collection equipment at this hands-on demonstration.

Register by April 13 in person, by phone, or here. For grades 6-12.

 

magic-the-gathering-draftMagic: The Gathering Draft

Sunday, April 30 from 1:15-4:4p.m. in Meeting Room B.

Free Magic: The Gathering draft with the newest set! Join us for a no-cost Amonkhet booster draft and keep the cards. Presented with The Gaming Goat.

Register in person, by phone or here.

 

study-for-finalsCram for Exams

Dates in May TBD in the First Floor Meeting Rooms.

It’s time to crack open the books at EPL! The 1st floor meeting rooms are available for you and your classmates to review the semester’s work so you can ace those finals. Check back here in May for the exact schedule.

Need to cram with fewer distractions? Book a study room (up to a week in advance!) here to spread out and learn.

No registration required.

 

Google cardboardGoogle Cardboard

Wednesday, May 24 from 4-6p.m. in the Teen Space.

Google Cardboard allows you to use your smartphone to take virtual tours, play VR games, and more. Stop by to see what your phone and Google Cardboard are capable of!

Register in person, by phone, or here.


College + Career Central

jobfairTeen Job + Volunteer Fair

Thursday, March 23 from 3-6p.m., offsite at York High School.

Looking fora summer job? Come to this information sesison and learn about working for local organizations. Both volunteer and paid work opportunities are included. We’ll have information on obtaining work permits for those under age 16. Sponsored by: Elmhurst Public Library, Elmhurst Commission on Youth, Elmhurst District 205, Elmhurst Juniors, Elmhurst Park District, Elmhurst YMCA, and Kiwanis Club of Elmhurst.

No registration required.