Your Libraries

 

Ashburn Library’s teen lounge was created with you in mind.  Located behind the DVDs, you can study or relax with your friends on our comfy chairs under color changing lights.  Ashburn Library provides teens with a variety of volunteer opportunities.  Work with children to improve reading skills in Reading Buddies, shelve books, or volunteer to help with other programs throughout the year.  You can even earn volunteer hours from home by writing reviews of your favorite books! 



At Cascades Library, enjoy large-screen Macs, gaming, comfy chairs and a space of your own.  Check out our manga and graphic novel collection.  Find your favorite authors and discover great new ones.  Looking for something fun to do on a Friday evening?  Our After Hours Teen Center offers gaming, special events, and a chance to socialize over pizza.  Yes, it’s all FREE!  Download a permission slip (required) here.  Open Fridays, 7–10 pm.


The Gum Spring Library Teen Center is a place designed by teens to be used exclusively by anyone 12-18 years old.  Custom built with the input of Loudoun County teens, the Center opened in February 2013 as a place for local youth to hang out, study, surf the web, play video games, socialize, and read books.  The Teen Center houses ten internet computer stations, two iMac computers, two Bamboo drawing tablets, free Wi-Fi, board games, an enclosed study room, and over 7,000 books, magazines, and graphics novels.  Our enclosed gaming center contains an HDTV, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and WiiU.  In addition to these, the Teen Center hosts a variety of programs ranging from DIY crafts and video game tournaments, to after-school mathematics help and monthly book and art clubs. 


Lovettsville Library welcomes you to come by to check out books, music, magazines, and more.  Stop by to talk with a librarian about how to download free books, music, and magazines or how to get homework help.  While you are here, take or leave a book in the teen book swap box, check out an iPad to use in the Library, stretch out in our seating area, or make use of the quiet study room.  Join the Lovettsville Library Teen Leadership Council meetings at 7 p.m. on the first Monday of each month during the school year.


Middleburg library has expanded, and now we have a space just for you!  Drop by and take advantage of our cozy reading space, check out an iPad or ask about upcoming programs.


Enjoy Purcellville Library’s teen section, with its selection of books and manga.  Ask about participating in our Teen Advisory Board.  Are you artistic?  Check out our Picturing America Art Club that gives you a chance to explore the works of some great artists and try your hand at sketching.




The A.V. Symington Teen Center at the Rust Library is a place dedicated to teens.  We, of course, have books.  So whether you are looking for the newest best seller or the newest volume of a graphic novel, we have them here!  We also have 23 internet stations with Microsoft Office for your research needs.  Feeling creative?  We have Photoshop, drawing tablets, and two Macs for creating movies or taking pictures with your friends.    Need a place to study?  The Teen Center also comes equipped with a study room.  Want something fun to do?  Then come play some games…yes…games!  We have an Xbox 360, Wii, and Playstation 3, as well as videogames for these systems.  Rather play board games?  No worries!  We have games such as Settlers of Catan, Monopoly, and Cranium.  Be sure to check us out and see what we are all about!!



Sterling Teen Center

The Sterling Teen Center is designed to give teens a space to hang out, read, study, and play video games! This brand new space offers a selection of Young Adult books, magazines, manga, and graphic novels. It offers a separate study space, three computers to surf the web as well as three iMacs for gaming. It also houses an HDTV, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and WiiU.