The building is now open for browsing & borrowing.

For further information on our modifications and guidelines, visit emmaclark.org/reopeningplan/.

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  • For Grades 7-12

    Click Here to Register on Beanstack

    Step-by-step instructions for the 2020 Teen Summer Reading Club

    To help keep everyone safe in the community and follow the New York State guidelines this summer, the Teen Summer Reading Club will be all online.

    1. Click the Beanstack Registration Link that will go Live June 15th.  The last day to register and review your titles for raffle tickets is August 16th, 2020.

    2. Click the “Register as an Individual or Family” link. You will be asked if you have ever had a Beanstack account before. If you are new to

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  • We have at-home Community Service Programs through Emma Clark Library!

    Check out DIY at-home community service opportunities, such as Letters of Encouragement for community members and Book Reviews!  We also have "Watch and Learn" videos available to earn community service credits.  Some opportunities are even available for kids as young as 4th grade, all the way up to 12th grade!  Find out more at the link below:

    Volunteer At Home

     
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  • Looking to make something fun and/or tasty to make but don't have the supplies?  We got you!

    Emma Clark Library's Teen Services now offers Take & Make programs!  We will provide you with the supplies and instructions to complete all different kinds of fun projects, from the comfort of your own home!

    All you need to do is Register for one or more of the Take & Make programs by following these simple instructions: 1. Check out the July Take & Make Programs .  Select the program(s) you want to participate in. 2. Email your Teen Librarian, Emily Ostrander at emily@emmaclark.org. 

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  • This just in!  The 2020 Teen Film Review Program for students in Grades 7-12  is now available!  Registration Packets can be found on our Volunteer at Home Page .   You can earn  up to 20 hours of community service per calendar year by accessing and watching films on our free streaming platform Kanopy ,  and then writing a review according to our guidelines. This is a great way to earn community service when it is convenient for you!  We hope you will enjoy reading and reviewing these films. If you have questions, contact Emily Ostrander at teens@emmaclark.org
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  • Looking for something fun to do from home this summer?  Check out our Teen Virtual Programs!

    We have a variety of engaging Live programs on Zoom if you want to socialize and learn with your friends, lots of Take & Make programs where the supplies and instruction is supplied through the library for you to take home, and even some programs you can watch anytime!  Looking for community service credit?  We have that too!  Learn more at the link below:

    Summer Virtual Programs

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  • Free online tutoring is available to students with valid library cards through Brainfuse!  Students can connect with certified tutors in a secure online classroom. Students at every level - from elementary to college can get help with homework, studying, essay writing and test preparation.  Click here to access Brainfuse  
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  • The 2020 Teen Review Program for students in Grades 7-12  is now available. Registration Packets can be found on our Volunteer at Home Page .   You can earn  up to 9 hours of community service per quarter by reading excellent books on the most recent list of the American Library Association's Best Books for Young Adults,  and then writing a review according to our guidelines. This is a great way to earn community service when it is convenient for you!  We hope you will enjoy reading and reviewing these books. If you have questions, contact Emily Ostrander at teens@emmaclark.org
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  •   Check out free eBooks and eAudio Books for teens on Overdrive! Click here to begin. Contact the Adult Reference Desk at 631 941-4080 if you have any questions about how to use this service.
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  • Teens around the country have voted  for their favorite books published in 2019.  Check the current list of winners here  - let us know what you think!  If you would like to review any of these books for community service, contact Emily Ostrander at teens@emmaclark.org
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