FCPL’s first TeenTober program, Scary Stories in the Library, will take place all month in October. To participate students may visit the Teen Department to share a frightening, or silly, tale. Youth may create their stories individually or team up with a friend(s). Everyone who participates will receive a small prize.
Try-outs are open to youth ages 8-18 and audition packets are available at the FCPL Teen Desk.
Frankfort Community Public Library and the branches in Michigantown, Rossville, and Mulberry announce the start of our annual Summer Reading Program: Oceans of Possibilities,
The Audition Workshop on Sun., March 27 is from 2:00-3:30 p.m. At this program, youth can expect to learn how to prepare for auditions, what the director is looking for, and how the process of the audition will work. Participants also have the opportunity to audition that day. The workshop is free and open to youth ages 5-18. Interested parties may register here or simply show up the day the day of the event. Each actor may bring one adult to stay if desired, but adults are not required to attend for ages 12-up.
On Tuesday, March 1, FCPL merges with a new statewide consortium called Indiana Digital Library. This new library will include collections of books and audiobooks from almost 200 libraries across the state.
We are excited to announce that award winning author, Mindy McGinnis is visiting FCPL in April 2022! This is will a wonderful opportunity to learn the inside scoop about her writing and get your favorite titles autographed.
Looking for a frightening way to spend Halloween this year? Here are some podcast recommendations that are sure to induce delightful chills!
Gather your friends and host your own murder mystery night on us! “One Murdery Evening” is an original story-game kit and will be available for pick up in the Teen Department throughout the month of October!
Autumn is approaching and with it the anticipation of crisp weather and curling up in a warm blanket with a great read. With this new season, let us introduce you to new titles, authors, and genres.
Teen Services Clerk, Kennedy Wertz read The Tattooist of Auschwitz and here is what she had to say about it, “This novel gave me a better understanding about the torture, abuse, and struggle these people endured and life within the camps in general. The author, Heather Morris, came out with a sequel, Cilka’s Journey. I intend to read that novel as well.”