The following is an overview of our regular programs and may be subject to change. Read our monthly newsletters or pick up a printed calendar (available at the library) for up-to-date information each month.
This youth advisory board is designed for teens, 6th grade and up. The purpose is to create programs for the teens with the teens. The T.A.B. meets on the first Monday of every month at 4:30 PM in the Teen Services area. This is your opportunity to make you voice heard, to create programs and events that interest you, to socialize and much more.
“Battle of the Books” is an academic competition in which teams will be questioned on their knowledge of 6 books, provided by the Peabody Public Library. This competition is open to all Whitley county students in grades 3rd-5th, 6th-8th and 9th-12th. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies will be given in each grade group. Please note the following dates:
You can download our General Rules and Registration Form here. Questions? Please contact the Peabody Public Library Children’s or Young Adults department. We hope that you will find this event as exciting as we do!
1st Monday at 5 PM. Young adults grades 6 -12 discuss books.
2nd Monday at 4 PM. Teens learn fun facts about different countries. Taste a few traditional dishes and learn a few words!
2nd Tuesday at 4:30 PM. Each month is a different craft project (4th grade and up).
2nd Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM. Come make an awesome craft to take home and enjoy. Bring a friend. Free craft.
3rd Wednesday at 5 PM. Open to grades 6 - 12. Come join us for fun, laughter, and friends!
Click here for a complete list of upcoming teen events, including crafts, games, and more.