From movie events and drama workshops to Literary Jeopardy and coffeehouses, the EPL is the place for young adult activities. Check the monthly Youth Services Newsletter or the library website for a complete description of monthly events.
This monthly book club invites students in grades 5 and up and an adult companion to discuss the featured book in a relaxed environment. Registration is required.
This interactive mystery invites students in grades 5 and up to solve a mystery based on a cast of characters, crime scenes and evidence. Junior detectives put their reasoning and team building skills to work in a night filled with food, fun and friendship. Registration is required.
An annual event that celebrates young adult creativity, Joe Night welcomes talented musician Nate Mott and invites high school students to share their original poetry or music in a relaxed coffeehouse atmosphere.
Improvisation is a common tool for drama students: it's a staple of drama and theater departments in colleges and high schools across the nation. Improv is also a great way to gain self confidence, experience self expression, and hone the ability to think on your feet. This series of workshops allows students to explore the dramatic art of improvisation in a safe, friendly environment. Classes are led by EPL staff or visiting professionals. Check the calendar for upcoming classes.