Teen Summer Program

Spark a Reaction

Spark a Reaction!

Calling all teens! (Grades 6-12) We've planned a variety of summer activities just for you! (See below.)

Share your summer reading! Visit our Teen Review blog to share a short book review, and while you're there, check out book reviews written by other Marathon County teens! For reading suggestions, visit our Teen Reads webpage.


Back to School Bracelet Making

Thu., 8/28/14, 2:30pm 4:00pm @ MCPL Wausau
Teens are invited to visit the library and create the perfect back to school accessory: the bracelet! There will be plenty of opportunities to experiment with a wide variety of bracelet-making supplies.
Crafts Wausau Teens | Add to your calendar.

TAG Meeting

Tue., 9/2/14, 6:30pm 8:00pm @ MCPL Wausau
Make a difference at the library! Teen Advisory Group (TAG) is a great volunteer opportunity for students in grades six through twelve. Members help select materials for the teen collection, assist with events, write reviews, create displays and help with other projects.
Volunteer Tag Wausau Teens | Add to your calendar.
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Suicide Prevention for Teens

Thu., 9/18/14, 7:00pm 8:00pm @ MCPL Wausau
Debi Traeder, from Prevent Suicide Marathon County, will meet with teens to discuss suicide prevention, depression and mental health issues. Teens will be encouraged to bring questions and learn how to help friends through difficult times.
Community Wausau Teens | Add to your calendar.

The MCPL Blog

Sync offers free YA audiobook downloads this summer

Sync offers free YA audiobook downloads this summer

Dreading assigned summer reading?  Have to spend hours in the car with your annoying younger siblings?  Mowing thousands of lawns this summer?  I may have a solution as close as your headphones and smartphone.  As I was scrolling around the internet this week, I discovered that ...

The Teen Review

"Revolution" by Jennifer Donnelly

Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly

★★★★★ When you first read the synopsis, you think to yourself there is no way you can feel any sympathy for the main character, Andi Alpers. She is a girl who was brought up in a privileged society in Brooklyn and now is being whisked away to Paris in order to stay with ...

Staff Reviews