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Teen Online Literary Magazine
Meets 2nd Mondays of the month.
7:00-8:00 PM

Contact Carolyn at for more information.
Middle school and high school students who enjoy writing poetry, short stories and graphic novels, join us as we launch our first online literary magazine.

Submit work through email and fellow authors will share critics, suggestions and compliments, as needed. Meetings will begin in July. Once there's enough material and we feel as a group it's ready to go, the magazine will be formatted and published from the library website. Contact for more information.

YA Virtual Book Club with Carolyn
Monday, October 19th
7:00-8:00 PM

Virtual YA Book Club for ages 13+ meets the third Monday of the month at 7 pm. October's book club pick is The Which Way Tree by Elizabeth Crook.

Those who attend will help to decide the next book.
Contact Carolyn at for more information and the Zoom link.

Historical Miniature Gaming Club
For more information contact Carolyn at 

Even though the library's temporarily on hiatus, the games must go on! While we wait to battle Wings of Glory in person, here are some websites you may want to check out to keep that gaming spirit alive: - A gaming engine run by volunteers for building and playing online adaptions of board and card games. Players can game in real time using the internet or by email. Vassal runs on all platforms, is free and open-source software. - has a templates to print out soldiers from a variety of eras along with accessories. It also includes rules for different battles. Whether you're into the American Revolution or WWII, there are soldiers waiting to form a brigade. All you need is cardboard, glue and mini-washers to mount them. This is a great site to familiarize yourself with basic building and game strategy. a nice selection of of hand-drawn soldiers to cut out and battle with. There's a free download of a jousting match if you feel like trying something different.

Here is a tutorial to watch for some tips:
There you'll find tabs to basic painting and gaming tutorials. 
The New York Sate Museum in Albany is currently closed, but don't let that stop you. Visit for a virtual tour of the Spirit of Sacrifice : New York State in the
First World War.
Find out more about World War II and NYC by connecting to this New York Historical Society link:

The Toy Soldier Museum (in Pennsylvania) website has virtual tours, links to designing your own dioramas, displaying soldiers and so much more. .
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