Posted in Prizes, Summer Reading Program, Teen Services

3rd (and last!) Raffle cycle! July 25 – August 6

Apologies for starting this cycle a bit late – but we’re now solidly underway! One book = one raffle ticket, so read as much as you can for a chance to win any of these prizes!

Here’s a complete list:

Cycle 3: Sunday, July 23 – Sunday, August 6:

  1. Batman color-changing mug
  2. Escape from New York comic book
  3. Arrow (TV show) hood ornament
  4. Jessica Jones figurine
  5. Wolverine (Logan) figurine
  6. LEGO Dimensions 3-in-1 Cyborg fun pack
  7. Nightmare on Elm Street Freddy chopsticks
  8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pin
  9. “Visual compendium of Guitars” poster
  10. Star Wars R2-D2 purse
  11. Primal Rage (Overwatch) t-shirt
  12. Stark Industries (Iron Man) t-shirt
  13. Stranger Things (Netflix show) t-shirt
  14. Tetris magnetic strips
  15. X-Files pencils with sharpener
  16. Whooz adapter labels: Heroes
  17. Whooz adapter labels: Originals
  18. Black dinosaur phone stand
  19. Purple dinosaur phone stand
  20. Blue MP4 player
  21. Assassin’s Creed pin
  22. Just added! “F in Exams: Complete Failure Edition” book
Posted in Coding, Computer Science, Robots, Summer Reading Program, Teen Events, Teen Programming, Teen Services

So Much FUN!! Coding with Minecraft and Raspberry Pi Robots

Check out how much fun we had with coding and Minecraft and robots and Raspberry Pi! Can’t be beat! Sign up for our Teen Summer Reading Program and get in on the fun!!

Posted in Prizes, Summer Reading Program, Teen Events, Teen Programming, Teen Services

Summer Reading is Here!!

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Teen Summer Reading Program

June 25 – August 5

Registration begins Monday, June 19!

Build a Better World this summer with the Rodgers Memorial Library Summer Reading Program (SRP)!

Click here to open the 2017 Teens SRP brochure and take a look at some of the choice summer events and prizes we’re offering for participating, then visit our ReadSquared Summer Reading site to register (click on the Teens [Grade 6-12] tab).

Some of the events this summer include (click on the event name to access the event in our calendar):

and more!

Prizes? We’ve got prizes! They include:

  • Kindle Fire HD 7, with 32 gig memory card
  • Day pass with parking to Six Flags New England
  • Gift certificate to Launch Nashua
  • Various MP4 players

and more!

Events and prizes will be posted here on our blog. Build a Better Word with the Rodgers Memorial Library this summer – and read!

Posted in Crisis Aid, Depression, Mental Illness, Stand Alone, Suicide, Teen Services, Uncategorized

In a Crisis? Just Text.

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Feeling overwhelmed? Sad? Depressed? Thinking of self-harm?

Or is someone you know – your sibling, your parent, your neighbor, your best friend – in trouble and you find yourself needing information on how to manage the situation? Text the Crisis Text Hotline.

Crisis Text Line is free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text 741741 from anywhere in the USA to text with a trained Crisis Counselor. Read more about Crisis Text Line here.

Posted in Alvirne High School, Hudson Memorial MS, Teen Events, Teen Services

Join Our “Girls Who Code” Club!

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The Rodgers Memorial Library has partnered with the national organization “Girls Who Code,” and is officially a GWC Club, one of only four clubs in New Hampshire. If you’re a girl in grades 6 through 12, join our club and learn how to employ various programming languages to design and create a project of your choosin

g. There are no membership fees and no costs since we use only open-source software available for free, and store all projects on the cloud. Girls are welcome to bring their own laptop or use one of the library’s laptops.

For more information on GWC, and to learn about the continuing demand for computer science engineers, visit the Girls Who Code website here.

Join us on Monday, November 7 at 2pm for our first club meeting. Can’t come to the first one? Come see us on Monday, November 14 or 21. Register here, and I hope to see you at our Girls Who Code club!