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From letter-writing campaigns to debate clubs to button-making, here are some ways to get teens involved.
Haven't heard of the craze for painting and hiding rocks? You might be living under, well … a boulder.
Once you open your doors to chess players, you may be surprised at how many people will arrive.
Encourage your teens to express themselves in a fun (and cheap!) zine-making workshop.
Introduce your patrons to zines — homemade magazines — and help get them started making their own.
Based on the TV show, Corning Public Library's Amazing Race led adults on a county-wide hunt for clues.
Inspired by the Read Woke movement, Calvert County Public Schools started a diverse books challenge.
Give true-crime buffs a day to learn about forensics, investigation and criminal justice — all from the safety of their local library.