The Brockton Public Library has a variety of programs for our teen patrons.
- We have monthly programs that are hybrid (in person, and on zoom). These are our Teen Comic Book Club, and Teen Book Club.
- Every month we aim to have Teen Paint Night, and Teen Movie Night as well.
- There are biweekly take home crafts, and scheduled daily Video Game Hours where you can sign up to play on one of our many gaming consoles in the Teen room.
These all take place in the Teen Zone located on the second floor to the left of the main entrance, across from the circulation desk.
The Teen Zone is home to our Teen and Young Adult Fiction section. It is also home to one of the largest collections of graphic novels in the OCLN network totaling nearly 17,000 strong.
Teen Advisory Board
Teen Patrons are encouraged to join the Teen Advisory Board (TAB) to help make their visions for the library realities. From 2 pm to close, and all day Saturday the Teen Zone is for teens only. Outside of active browsing a non-staff adult should not be taking space in the Teen Zone during these times.
At all three library locations, teens can use computers to look up books in the catalog, access databases to help them with their homework, and type papers for school.
Students in seventh grade and older are eligible for adult library cards.