Programs for Teenagers
Teen Programs happen every Thursday from 4:30pm-5:30pm at the Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive. For more information, please call the Southside Library at (505) 955-2829.
City of Santa Fe Teen Survey 2015
Mayor Javier M. Gonzales here! The City of Santa Fe and I would like you to tell us how to help make Santa Fe a better place to have fun, help with job placement, etc.>
This short survey is going to help us have a better understanding of what our City's teens are wanting or needing within their community. My goal is that after we receive the results, my team and I will plan on having a Teen Summit at the beginning of next school year.
Each of your voices is important and valued and it is my goal to bring your voices to all the City of Santa Fe's Councilors' ears and advocate for your needs and wants.Thank you,
Javier M. Gonzaleshttps://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SFTEENSURVEY
Teen Book Club
On the first Thursday of each month is the Teen Book Club. We read and discussed, Eragon by Christopher Paolini, The Golden Compass by Phillip Pullman, Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause, Going Bovine by Libba Bray and more. Come join us and help decide what we'll read next! Ages 13 to 18 are welcome and books are provided.
On the second Thursday of each month is, Librarian's Choice Teen Program. Librarians choose the activity and the only way to find out is to come in from 4:30pm-5:30pm.
Teen Anime Club
On both the third and fourth Thursdays of each month, our Teen Anime Club meets to watch and talk Anime. Join us for new Anime features on the big screen. If there is a fifth Thursday in a month, we party!
Have an idea for a Teen Program? We are your library and we want to know about it! E-mail your ideas to the Santa Fe Public Library at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on our Facebook page.
Visit the Homework Help web page or ask a reference librarian for help finding resources for homework assignments.
None for the Road Resources
None for the Road is a mandatory DWI education course for all new drivers under the age of 25 and Santa Fe Public Library has resources to help you. All libraries carry
None for the Road DVDs, which can be checked out for 7 days, as well as reference copies, which can be used at the library. Additionally, the
None for the Road DWI Awareness Course video is available in both English and Spanish online, through the University of New Mexico.