Teen Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Madison Public Library! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
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Senior Seminar: Sexu
39 Keep Street
Wednesday, Apr. 22, 7:00 pm
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Know the difference primary prevention and risk reduction in our third session in the series Healthy Relationships. Marilyn DeFalco, MSW, LSW Clinician from Morris CARES. She will speak on the following topics to 11th and 12th graders: Sexual Violence 101, College Issues (Campus Sexual Violence, Reporting Process), Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault, Personal Safety, Online Dating, Bystander Intervention, What to do if an assault occurs. Sponsored by Madison.
Make-up Workshop * R
39 Keep Street
Sunday, Apr. 26, 2:00 pm
Learn how to perfect your daily look! Get tips and advice on how to apply your makeup for a flawless face. Our demonstration is a live 1 hour Step by step self makeup workshop. Bring your make-up case or try a sample: facial cleanser, moisturizer primer, eye shadow (palette or 3 singles light, medium & dark), foundation, concealer, eyeliner (liquid/pencil ), setting powder (baby powder works best) bronzer, highlight/shimmer, mascara, false lashes (optional), lip liner, lipstick or gloss and makeup brushes. Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
PoGo *Drop-in Grades
39 Keep Street
Wednesday, May 6, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Gaming on the go is a great way to share your game experience.  Bring or borrow a portable game device (Switch or PSP) to play and talk about games. Please note that this activity will be on Wednesdays in December and on Tuesdays in January and February. Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
Dorm Room Chef
39 Keep Street
Tuesday, May 12, 5:00-6:00 pm
Learn the secrets of dorm room cooking.  Simple meals to sustain you during your college adventure.
April 14           Most Excellent Ramen
May 12            Fun with Fondue Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
PoGo *Drop-in Grades
39 Keep Street
Wednesday, May 13, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Gaming on the go is a great way to share your game experience.  Bring or borrow a portable game device (Switch or PSP) to play and talk about games. Please note that this activity will be on Wednesdays in December and on Tuesdays in January and February. Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
PoGo *Drop-in Grades
39 Keep Street
Wednesday, May 20, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Gaming on the go is a great way to share your game experience.  Bring or borrow a portable game device (Switch or PSP) to play and talk about games. Please note that this activity will be on Wednesdays in December and on Tuesdays in January and February. Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
Teen Crafternoon: Ai
39 Keep Street
Thursday, May 21, 4:00 pm
No green thumb needed!  Build a terrarium for the easiest plant to care for. Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
PoGo *Drop-in Grades
39 Keep Street
Wednesday, May 27, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Gaming on the go is a great way to share your game experience.  Bring or borrow a portable game device (Switch or PSP) to play and talk about games. Please note that this activity will be on Wednesdays in December and on Tuesdays in January and February. Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
UrbEx 101: Investiga
39 Keep Street
Wednesday, Oct. 21, 7:00pm
When many think of adventure and exploration, exotic locations and ancient civilizations may come to mind. However, urban exploration, or “UrbEx,” can happen in our backyards. There’s a lot that can be learned from uninhibited and abandoned landscape. In this session, through case studies from the tristate area, participants will examine abandoned properties and the narratives that accompany them. The value of learning about these abandoned spaces in our backyards as well as the safety and ethical aspects of UrbEx will be discussed.

This program was made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the NEH or NJCH. 
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