Our Teen Zone moves from Reelin' & Rockin' to Graphics & Gaming

May 26, 2011 | Jane

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A revitalization is taking place on North York Central Library's first floor known as Gateway Services/Teen Zone.  This popular area of the libary is closed to the public this month for the first time since it opened in 1987.  We will reopen in the Fall with a brand new Teen Zone, lots of study space, a new Learning Centre and a Computer Bar full of ... computers.

Most, but not all, teen material has been stored away.  A selection of teen books, magazines, manga and graphic books is available for browsing and borrowing in our lower level Concourse area.   New teen material, Classics and DVDs have found a temporary home in the Browsery area on the first floor.  French teen paperbacks and French graphic books can be found on the second floor in the Languages and Literature Department.

Our Learning Centre will also be getting a facelift with classes resuming in the fall in a bright new space.  For computer classes at other branches check the library web page.  Our Book-a-Librarian instruction continues to be available for our computer students and avid readers.  

For more information ask at or call the Browsery Desk (416-395-5672).


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Rockin' & Reelin' - Teen Zone 1987
JIM Program - August 17, 2010 (7)
Learning Centre 2010 - Teens help seniors
Word Out Teen Book Sale
 Teen Zone 2010 - Teens promote Reading