Geek Club Meetings
The Geek Club is now a self-service book club! Stop by each month and pick up a copy of the most recent selection. When you finish, leave a comment, make a meme, or post a quote from the book online at: Unplugged? That’s, cool too. We have a comment board in the library where you can post-it your opinions!
When: Whenever.
Where: Geek Club books are displayed each month in the Teen section.
Who: For people whose only exercise comes from running from commitment!

Tinker Tuesday
Ages 8 and up 
Tuesday, April 16 at 11:30 AM
Tuesday, May 14 at 4 PM

It’s time to tinker! Join us for wires, batteries and mad creations!
Teen Advisory Group Meeting
Ages 12-18    
Thursday, April 4 at 3 PM
Thursday, May 2 at 3PM

Share your ideas for upcoming programs/performances and additions to the collection.  New members to the Teen Advisory Group are always welcome!

Bon Appeteen Cooking Classes
Registration required (for individual dates)
Ages 10-13 at 11 AM & Ages 14-18 at 12 PM
            Be Quick with Bisquick: Saturday, April 6
            Wookie Cookies: Saturday, May 4
Join us on our culinary journey, where we will prepare and eat delicious recipes that are easy to make!
These programs are funded by a donation from The Osterman Family Foundation.
Don't Buy, DIY
Registration required (for individual dates)
Ages 12 -18 at 4PM
Ages 18 and up at 7 PM
Macramé Hanging Planters: Tuesday, April 23
Squeaky Clean: Tuesday, May 21
Not everything is a budget buy, so to save a little cash, let's DIY! In each of these sessions we will be making fiscally responsible alternatives to products you already buy.

These programs are funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation.
Registration required (for individual dates)
Ages 12 and up
In these sessions we will have three 20 minute workshops on a given topic.

Monday, April 29 at 4 PM- Laundry: Washing/drying, DIY Detergent, and How to Sew a Button
Monday, May 20 at 4 PM- Travel: Documents, Booking, and Packing

These programs are funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation.
Babysitter’s Training Course
Registration Required
Tuesday April 16 and Thursday April 18 from 1-5pm
This course is for teens/tweens ages 11 and older, designed by the 4-H Youth Development Program of the UMass Extension to teach responsible babysitting. Course includes: Child safety/first aid, feeding, discipline, entertainment, and the business side of babysitting. The training will be held at the library over the course of two days (attendance at both sessions is required). In order to register, participants must bring the two-sided 4-H Babysitter’s Course Registration Form to the Sutton Public Library when we are open and give these materials to a librarian at the circulation desk.  Once we have the forms, we will put your name down on our registration list.  Please be aware that space is limited for the course, and registration will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.  We will have extra copies of the forms available at the circulation desk if you need them.  Please e-mail Shannon Duffy (Youth Services Librarian) at with any questions.
These programs are funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation.
Registration appreciated, but not required
Tuesday, April 9
Ages 12-18 at 4 PM
Ages 18+ at 6 PM
Cletus Thomas from American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC), a nonprofit credit counseling agency, will present this workshop where consumers will learn about various personal finance topics including but not limited to budgeting, credit and credit scores, banking and savings, retirement, insurance, taxes and more. We will offer this workshop twice, one geared toward teens (at 4 PM) and the other toward adults (at 6 PM).
These programs are funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation.