Young Adult Programs @ the Library
For anyone in 6th through 12th grades
Pittsburg Public Library Hosts 8th Annual Art Show and Reception for Young Adults
The Pittsburg Public Library is hosting the 8th Annual Young Adult Art Show and Reception for anyone in sixth through twelfth grade.
Any original artwork in any medium may be submitted to the library during the week of March 1st through March 8th. Artwork may be framed or unframed.
There is a limit of two entries per person and all artists will need to sign a release form upon submission of the work. The artwork will be on public display in the PPL Meeting Room from March 9th through March 15th.
YA Art Show Reception
Monday, March 9th
6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
The library will host an Art Show and Reception on Monday, March 9th from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Bring your friends and family and join us for an evening of art, conversation, and fun! Refreshments will be served.
Art show winners will be announced during the reception. A panel of art professionals will award prizes in various categories. Additional prizes will include an overall Grand Prize and a People’s Choice award. Please call the library at (620) 231-8110 for more information.
LEGO BuilderSpace Program
March Madness Program for Young Adults
It's March Madness time...but instead of NCAA basketball, our brackets are full of Young Adult Books! Vote for your favorite titles from a pool of the 16 most popular YA books of the year. Your votes will narrow down the list to the 2015 YA book champion!
Two ways to win prizes:
How it works:
The titles for the Sweet 16 are decided by highest circulation in the past year.
March Madness is open to all young adults in sixth through twelfth grade. Stop by the Youth Services Department for more information and to pick up your bracket.
MovieMakers for Young Adults
MovieMakers allow teens to participate in all aspects of movie production. New participants are always welcome.
Special Thanks to everyone who helped create our YA Zombie Movie
It Came From The Library!
Young adults were responsible for writing the script, make-up, costumes, filming, and video editing. Because it was so good, we ended up with several versions.
Click the links below to check it out...if you dare!
It Came From The Library (full color)
It Came From The Library (silent film version)
It Came From The Library (sepia)