Want to help us
plan teen events?
Should the library post teen news to social media?
Let us know your thoughts and interests by completing one of our anonymous surveys.
The North Haven Memorial Library provides a variety of in-person and virtual volunteer opportunities for teens in grades 6th-12th.
All teen volunteering will begin this fall, starting in September.
Visit our volunteer pages for more information, details on how to register, and links to submit virtual volunteer activities.
PROGRAMS FOR TEENS
Want to hang out, make art, or play games?
Attend a program at the library! Our Teen Librarian is planning a ton of fun events for teens, including game nights, Teen Advisory Boards, craft programs, book clubs, and more.
Visit our event calendar for program details, including registration dates and times.
NEW TEEN BOOKS
Searching for your next teen read? Look no more! We're regularly purchasing new items for our young adult collection.
Browse our catalog for the latest additions.
Did you know that if North Haven doesn't have the book you want, you can request it from a different library? The options are endless!
Looking for resources to help with homework, computer skills, test prep, wellness, and more?
Start by browsing the Library's collection of databases and research links.
Questions? Reach out to a staff member at the Adult Information Desk.
The library's teen area is called "Teen Haven" and it was named by local teens!
In addition to books, Teen Haven is home to informative handouts, free bookmarks, coloring pages, and a variety of board games that you can play in the library with your friends. Stop by and say hello!
Visit our brand-new Instagram account created specifically for all things teen.
We'll post book recommendations, program reminders, helpful resources, and much more.
Check us out @nhmlteen.