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Upcoming Featured Events
Did you know the Salem Public Library has community events every Tuesday through Saturday?
All of these events at the Salem Public Library are free:
Page Turners: Teen Book Discussions
4:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 15 in the Teen Scene Room
Middle and high school-aged youth meet to discuss Born a Crime and It’s Trevor Noah. Advanced sign-up is encouraged. Drop-ins are also welcome.
Music as a Tool for Justice: An Oregon Humanities Conversation Project Event for Teens
6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, February 16 in Anderson Rooms A&B
Middle and high school-aged youth are invited to dive into a discussion of the role of music in shaping memories, communities, and justice, led by facilitator Donovan Scribes. Advanced sign-up is encouraged. Drop-ins are also welcome.
Teen Writing Workshop: Childhood Memoir
2-4 p.m. Saturday, February 18 in Anderson Rooms A&B
Middle and high school-aged writers are invited to tap into their childhood memories to build dynamic stories in this free workshop taught by author Emilly Prado. Seating is limited. Advance sign-up is required.
Explore the full slate of events, activities, and displays included in Salem Reads on the Salem Public Library website.