Oakland Public Library TeenZone

Oakland Public Library TeenZone

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These two teens love making buttons. Once of the teens said, 'This is so much fun'. Make sure to check out our events/programs for teens on our website by visiting oaklandlibrary org. OR visit a library branch near you to see what sort of programs we have in the afternoons after school!

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See what teens are making at the library! Much more teen tiny art is on display at Main TeenZone. For more fun weekend and after school teen crafts, go to oaklandlibrary.org/teens or follow Main TeenZone

Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "What is a weird fact you know?"

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💥✨THE FINALISTS ARE IN ✨💥

Give a warm welcome to this year’s spread of talented young poets, artists, change makers. 👏 👏

Stay tuned for our final event and announcement of our Laureate 💚

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Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "How do you think others see you?"

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Young adult booklist celebrating Arab American Heritage Month:
tinyurl.com/arabamericanforteens
Today, March 31, is International Transgender Day of Visibility. "Trans Day of Visibility is an annual awareness day celebrated around the world. The day is dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of transgender and gender nonconforming people while raising awareness of the work that still needs to be done to achieve trans justice" (). Trans visibility is a complex issue; not every trans, non-binary, genderfluid, gender non-conforming person is able to celebrate who they are publicly. For those of you who feel safe to do so, we see you and celebrate you. For those of you who do not, we see you and celebrate you. Oakland Public Library has many items in our collection that celebrate the vast diversity and uniqueness of the trans experience--search our catalog, use our Book Me! form for personalized recommendations, DM us, and/or speak to your local library staff member. Many of our staff include their pronouns on their nametags; feel free to ask what our pronouns are or share yours. Unfortunately, not all of our locations have all-gender restrooms, but for a list of the ones that do, please visit the link in our bio. We are always striving to do more and do better, but know that you are welcome at OPL today and every day. ❤️

[Image Description: The Transgender flag blows in the wind against a sky blue background and the sun is shining through it. Text in the foreground reads "TRANS DAY OF VISIBILITY." The Oakland Public Library and TeenZone logos are at the bottom right corner.]
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“Join us for this virtual talk with two Bay Area poets, the 2021 Oakland Youth Poet Laureate Myra Estrada [ ] and 2016 Santa Clara County Poet Laureate Arlene Biala! They have done so much to contribute their energy towards uplifting the masses and being examples of what can be possible with poetry and how this artform can help transform the minds and hearts of millions.

Register for this virtual talk using the link below:

https://santaclaraca-gov.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZOewwN_HTEuodkclTfWJmQ

We hope to see you there!”

From the Santa Clara City Library website

Link in bio!

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The end of the school year is in sight in just a couple of months! Our social media teen volunteer would like to help you study with a playlist he made. Head to the link in our bio for a "music to study to" playlist! Finch says of the songs: "They are all really good background music--varied enough to not get your brain stuck in a loop, but not too loud or emotional to distract from studying." Happy studying!

[Image Description: A dark-colored background with colorful brushstrokes bordering the right side. A graphic of a person studying on their laptop. They are on the ground, lying on their stomach with their elbows propped, their hands on the keyboard of their laptop. Their legs are bent at the knees and they look very comfortable, barefoot, eyes closed, and smiling. They have headphones on; the headphones move in a throbbing motion, with thunderbolts appearing at the ears at it moves. A dog lies comfortably with their eyes closed next to them. A large potted plant is in the background and a cup of coffee on the floor is in the foreground. Text above reads "Playlist: Music to Study to. Visit the link in our bio for a playlist made by our teen volunteer, Finch!" A glowing graphic of music notes and stars are in the left corner.]
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Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "What is your most used phone app?"

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Looking for a reason to escape reality? Check out these YA Fantasy books, recommended by Library Aide Extraordinaire, Jenifer! These are just some of the titles she chose for you; check out the full list at the link in our bio.

[ID 1: A background of an eerie night sky--lots of clouds and a full moon with bright twinkly stars surrounding it. The moon emits a bright light that illuminates the space around it, although the rest of the sky is darker. The branches of a tree peek out from the left side. There is some pampas grass in the foreground at the bottom. In the center is an open, weathered book. It opens onto a magical 3D verdant landscape; grassy fields with blooming flowers, sharp steep rocks, a shimmering body of water, and a castle. This image serves as the background for the rest of the slides. Glowing text near the top reads "Fantasy Recommendations." Near the bottom there is an illustrated portrait of Jenifer in a circle. She has chin-length wavy hair, an oversized hat in the shape of a mushroom, and a ruffly top on. Next to the portrait reads "from our Library Aide, Jenifer! (Illustrated portrait by Library Aide, Jade!)"]

[ID 2: Four book covers: Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir, And I Darken by Kiersten White, Contagious and Deathly Contagious by Emily Goodwin, and Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard.]

[ID 3: Four book covers: The Selection by Kiera Cass, Shadow and Bone by Leight Bardugo, Truthwitch by Susan Dennard, and Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas.]

[ID 4: Glowing text reads "Check out the full list at the link in our bio!"]
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Looking for the new Teen books at ? They have moved! They've moved from the main YA (Young Adult) shelves over to an formerly empty bookcase nearby. Come take a look and check out your new fave read today--there are lots of exciting new titles!

[Image Description: A bookcase in front of a brick pillar inside the West Oakland Branch Library. Five shelves filled with books, most of them with their covers face-out. Colorful cut-out letters above the shelf reads NEW TEEN BOOKS.]
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Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "What is your favorite place to eat?"

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Teen volunteer William at the Melrose Branch Library created a new and improved sign for their TeenZone! We love our Oakland Public Library volunteers and the many ways they help us, and their community, out. Thanks, William!

[ID 1: A photo of a square archway at the Melrose Branch Library. A sign on the archway says "TEEN ZONE." Each letter is printed on an individual piece of paper and the sign has colorful paint splatters. Through the archway is the TeenZone area. There is a table in the center of the room with colorful vinyl seating. Behind it is a long table with computers and chairs. Long vertical windows line the back of the room. A bookcase to the left of the computers has some books displayed face-out.]

[ID 2: A photo of the same area. The old "TEEN ZONE" sign has been replaced with a new one. Each letter is printed on an individual piece of paper--the letters have been cut out and pasted onto a vibrant solid-colored background. There are cute little graphics throughout.]
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Gaming is back! Come on down to the Chávez Branch Library, where teen gaming will be going on every Wednesday, 3:45 - 5:00 p.m.! (¡Los juegos están de vuelta! ¡Ven a la Biblioteca de la Sucursal Chávez, donde habrá juegos para adolescentes todos los miércoles, de 3:45 p. m. a 5:00 p. m.!)

[Image Description: A program flyer with a two-toned colorblock background. In English, the top half says "Teen Gaming Every Wednesday 3:45 - 5PM." In Spanish, the bottom half says "Cada Miércoles 3:45-5PM Juegos Para Jóvenes." A picture of French soccer player Kylian Mbappé. A picture of Super Smash Bros. characters. Digital graphics of a Nintendo Switch handheld console and an Xbox controller. The Oakland Public Library logo is at the bottom left of the flyer with the words "Your Library." Branch information is at the bottom of the flyer: César E. Chávez | 3301 East 12th Street #271 | (510) 535-5620.]

[Descripción de la imagen: un volante de programa con un fondo de bloques de colores de dos tonos. En inglés, la mitad superior dice "Teen Gaming Every Wednesday 3:45 - 5PM". En español, la mitad inferior dice "Cada Miércoles 3:45-5PM Juegos Para Jóvenes". Una foto del futbolista francés Kylian Mbappé. Una imagen de los personajes de Super Smash Bros. Gráficos digitales de una consola portátil Nintendo Switch y un controlador Xbox. El logotipo de la Biblioteca Pública de Oakland se encuentra en la parte inferior izquierda del volante con las palabras "Su biblioteca". La información de la sucursal se encuentra en la parte inferior del volante: César E. Chávez | 3301 Calle 12 Este #271 | (510) 535-5620.]
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OPL's 7 TeenZones are your spot to have fun, meet up, explore, and participate! Come visit us during regular library hours or attend one of our many teen events.

Hours: http://www.oaklandlibrary.org/Locations.htm We have teen services at all locations, with dedicated TeenZones at the following branches:
Main Library | 125 14th Street
81st Avenue | 1021 81st Avenue (at Rudsdale)
Asian Branch | 388 9th Street, Suite 190
Cesar E. Chavez | 3301 East 12th Street
Dimond | 3565 Fruitvale Avenue
Eastmont | Eastmont Town Ctr, 7200 Bancroft, Ste 211
Rockridge | 5366 College Avenue

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Photos from Oakland Public Library TeenZone's post 03/11/2022

These two teens love making buttons. Once of the teens said, 'This is so much fun'. Make sure to check out our events/programs for teens on our website by visiting oaklandlibrary org. OR visit a library branch near you to see what sort of programs we have in the afternoons after school!

#rockridgeteens

29/10/2022

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See what teens are making at the library! Much more teen tiny art is on display at Main TeenZone. For more fun weekend and after school teen crafts, go to oaklandlibrary.org/teens or follow Main TeenZone

08/04/2022

Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "What is a weird fact you know?"

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05/04/2022

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💥✨THE FINALISTS ARE IN ✨💥

Give a warm welcome to this year’s spread of talented young poets, artists, change makers. 👏 👏

Stay tuned for our final event and announcement of our Laureate 💚

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02/04/2022

Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "How do you think others see you?"

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01/04/2022

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Young adult booklist celebrating Arab American Heritage Month:
tinyurl.com/arabamericanforteens

31/03/2022

Today, March 31, is International Transgender Day of Visibility. "Trans Day of Visibility is an annual awareness day celebrated around the world. The day is dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of transgender and gender nonconforming people while raising awareness of the work that still needs to be done to achieve trans justice" (). Trans visibility is a complex issue; not every trans, non-binary, genderfluid, gender non-conforming person is able to celebrate who they are publicly. For those of you who feel safe to do so, we see you and celebrate you. For those of you who do not, we see you and celebrate you. Oakland Public Library has many items in our collection that celebrate the vast diversity and uniqueness of the trans experience--search our catalog, use our Book Me! form for personalized recommendations, DM us, and/or speak to your local library staff member. Many of our staff include their pronouns on their nametags; feel free to ask what our pronouns are or share yours. Unfortunately, not all of our locations have all-gender restrooms, but for a list of the ones that do, please visit the link in our bio. We are always striving to do more and do better, but know that you are welcome at OPL today and every day. ❤️

[Image Description: The Transgender flag blows in the wind against a sky blue background and the sun is shining through it. Text in the foreground reads "TRANS DAY OF VISIBILITY." The Oakland Public Library and TeenZone logos are at the bottom right corner.]
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30/03/2022

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“Join us for this virtual talk with two Bay Area poets, the 2021 Oakland Youth Poet Laureate Myra Estrada [ ] and 2016 Santa Clara County Poet Laureate Arlene Biala! They have done so much to contribute their energy towards uplifting the masses and being examples of what can be possible with poetry and how this artform can help transform the minds and hearts of millions.

Register for this virtual talk using the link below:

https://santaclaraca-gov.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZOewwN_HTEuodkclTfWJmQ

We hope to see you there!”

From the Santa Clara City Library website

Link in bio!

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28/03/2022

The end of the school year is in sight in just a couple of months! Our social media teen volunteer would like to help you study with a playlist he made. Head to the link in our bio for a "music to study to" playlist! Finch says of the songs: "They are all really good background music--varied enough to not get your brain stuck in a loop, but not too loud or emotional to distract from studying." Happy studying!

[Image Description: A dark-colored background with colorful brushstrokes bordering the right side. A graphic of a person studying on their laptop. They are on the ground, lying on their stomach with their elbows propped, their hands on the keyboard of their laptop. Their legs are bent at the knees and they look very comfortable, barefoot, eyes closed, and smiling. They have headphones on; the headphones move in a throbbing motion, with thunderbolts appearing at the ears at it moves. A dog lies comfortably with their eyes closed next to them. A large potted plant is in the background and a cup of coffee on the floor is in the foreground. Text above reads "Playlist: Music to Study to. Visit the link in our bio for a playlist made by our teen volunteer, Finch!" A glowing graphic of music notes and stars are in the left corner.]
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25/03/2022

Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "What is your most used phone app?"

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Photos from Oakland Public Library TeenZone's post 24/03/2022

Looking for a reason to escape reality? Check out these YA Fantasy books, recommended by Library Aide Extraordinaire, Jenifer! These are just some of the titles she chose for you; check out the full list at the link in our bio.

[ID 1: A background of an eerie night sky--lots of clouds and a full moon with bright twinkly stars surrounding it. The moon emits a bright light that illuminates the space around it, although the rest of the sky is darker. The branches of a tree peek out from the left side. There is some pampas grass in the foreground at the bottom. In the center is an open, weathered book. It opens onto a magical 3D verdant landscape; grassy fields with blooming flowers, sharp steep rocks, a shimmering body of water, and a castle. This image serves as the background for the rest of the slides. Glowing text near the top reads "Fantasy Recommendations." Near the bottom there is an illustrated portrait of Jenifer in a circle. She has chin-length wavy hair, an oversized hat in the shape of a mushroom, and a ruffly top on. Next to the portrait reads "from our Library Aide, Jenifer! (Illustrated portrait by Library Aide, Jade!)"]

[ID 2: Four book covers: Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir, And I Darken by Kiersten White, Contagious and Deathly Contagious by Emily Goodwin, and Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard.]

[ID 3: Four book covers: The Selection by Kiera Cass, Shadow and Bone by Leight Bardugo, Truthwitch by Susan Dennard, and Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas.]

[ID 4: Glowing text reads "Check out the full list at the link in our bio!"]
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24/03/2022

Looking for the new Teen books at ? They have moved! They've moved from the main YA (Young Adult) shelves over to an formerly empty bookcase nearby. Come take a look and check out your new fave read today--there are lots of exciting new titles!

[Image Description: A bookcase in front of a brick pillar inside the West Oakland Branch Library. Five shelves filled with books, most of them with their covers face-out. Colorful cut-out letters above the shelf reads NEW TEEN BOOKS.]
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18/03/2022

Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "What is your favorite place to eat?"

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Photos from Oakland Public Library TeenZone's post 18/03/2022

Teen volunteer William at the Melrose Branch Library created a new and improved sign for their TeenZone! We love our Oakland Public Library volunteers and the many ways they help us, and their community, out. Thanks, William!

[ID 1: A photo of a square archway at the Melrose Branch Library. A sign on the archway says "TEEN ZONE." Each letter is printed on an individual piece of paper and the sign has colorful paint splatters. Through the archway is the TeenZone area. There is a table in the center of the room with colorful vinyl seating. Behind it is a long table with computers and chairs. Long vertical windows line the back of the room. A bookcase to the left of the computers has some books displayed face-out.]

[ID 2: A photo of the same area. The old "TEEN ZONE" sign has been replaced with a new one. Each letter is printed on an individual piece of paper--the letters have been cut out and pasted onto a vibrant solid-colored background. There are cute little graphics throughout.]
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16/03/2022

Gaming is back! Come on down to the Chávez Branch Library, where teen gaming will be going on every Wednesday, 3:45 - 5:00 p.m.! (¡Los juegos están de vuelta! ¡Ven a la Biblioteca de la Sucursal Chávez, donde habrá juegos para adolescentes todos los miércoles, de 3:45 p. m. a 5:00 p. m.!)

[Image Description: A program flyer with a two-toned colorblock background. In English, the top half says "Teen Gaming Every Wednesday 3:45 - 5PM." In Spanish, the bottom half says "Cada Miércoles 3:45-5PM Juegos Para Jóvenes." A picture of French soccer player Kylian Mbappé. A picture of Super Smash Bros. characters. Digital graphics of a Nintendo Switch handheld console and an Xbox controller. The Oakland Public Library logo is at the bottom left of the flyer with the words "Your Library." Branch information is at the bottom of the flyer: César E. Chávez | 3301 East 12th Street #271 | (510) 535-5620.]

[Descripción de la imagen: un volante de programa con un fondo de bloques de colores de dos tonos. En inglés, la mitad superior dice "Teen Gaming Every Wednesday 3:45 - 5PM". En español, la mitad inferior dice "Cada Miércoles 3:45-5PM Juegos Para Jóvenes". Una foto del futbolista francés Kylian Mbappé. Una imagen de los personajes de Super Smash Bros. Gráficos digitales de una consola portátil Nintendo Switch y un controlador Xbox. El logotipo de la Biblioteca Pública de Oakland se encuentra en la parte inferior izquierda del volante con las palabras "Su biblioteca". La información de la sucursal se encuentra en la parte inferior del volante: César E. Chávez | 3301 Calle 12 Este #271 | (510) 535-5620.]
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15/03/2022

Join us for a series of youth-led restorative justice (RJ) circles and share your voice on topics like relationships, racism, social justice, and more! Every Tuesday starting March 22, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m., at the César E. Chávez Branch (3301 E 12th St #271).

This safe space will provide young people an opportunity to engage in community building and to learn skills to become RJ leaders in their community.

$100 gift cards for participating in 10 circles. Contact [email protected].

[Image Description: A flyer for a Restorative Justice Youth Circle program at the César E. Chávez Branch. A dark-colored background with two light-colored half circles with text in them. Top half has the Restorative Justice for Oakland logo: "rjoy" in yellow lowercase letters. A dark-colored circle in the style of a paintbrush stroke. Logo for Oakland Public Library: black-and-white letters that say "OPL" and a graphic of an oak tree. Text reads "Oakland Public Library Presents Chávez Library Youth Circle. Bottom half of flyer has same information as in the caption.]
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15/03/2022

Join us for a series of youth-led restorative justice (RJ) circles and share your voice on topics like relationships, racism, social justice, and more! Every Tuesday starting March 22, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m., at the César E. Chávez Branch (3301 E 12th St #271).

This safe space will provide young people an opportunity to engage in community building and to learn skills to become RJ leaders in their community.

$100 gift cards for participating in 10 circles. Contact [email protected].

[Image Description: A flyer for a Restorative Justice Youth Circle program at the César E. Chávez Branch. A dark-colored background with two light-colored half circles with text in them. Top half has the Restorative Justice for Oakland logo: "rjoy" in yellow lowercase letters. A dark-colored circle in the style of a paintbrush stroke. Logo for Oakland Public Library: black-and-white letters that say "OPL" and a graphic of an oak tree. Text reads "Oakland Public Library Presents Chávez Library Youth Circle. Bottom half of flyer has same information as in the caption.]
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12/03/2022

Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "What is the worst thing about being a teenager?"

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11/03/2022

A reminder about Teen Advisory Board meeting, scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, March 12, from 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. Come enjoy some snacks, get to know us, and use your voice to help rebuild the 81st TeenZone!

[Image Description: A brightly colored background. Text reads "Teen Advisory Board Meeting, March 12, 2022. 1021 81st Ave, Oakland, California 94621. 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. 81st Ave library is starting a Teen Advisory Board. We need you! Agenda: icebreaker, introductions, guidelines/norms, ideas for making the library a better place for teens + free snacks!"]
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Photos from Oakland Public Library TeenZone's post 10/03/2022

Check out 's beautiful Women's History Month display! Teen volunteers Jaden and Wei selected inspiring quotes from Asian women to uplift their community members.

[ID 1: Women's History Month display at the Asian Branch Library. A long rectangular board hung on the wall above some bookcases; the board is covered in green paper and has the words "Women's History Month" cut out in paper in the center. Paper folded butterflies and flowers decorate the board. Eight square pieces of paper surround the text, each with a quote. Below the board is a bookcase. The top has books displayed face out and below are shelved books. Above the display, on the wall towards the ceiling, are colorful origami silhouettes of animals and shapes.]

[ID 2: A close-up of four of the quotes from the display. "Technique and ability alone do not get you to the top: it is the willpower that is most important." - Junko Tabei, mountaineer, author & teacher. "Love isn't about what we did yesterday; it's about what we do today and tomorrow and the day after." - Grace Lee Boggs, author and social activist. "I am not trying my best because it is the Olympics. I try my best always." - Inspiration. "We are all part of one another." - Yuri Kochiyama, civil rights activist.]

[ID 3: A close-up of four of the quotes from the display. "Why is it that the screen Chinese is always the villain? And so crude a villain--murderous, treacherous, a snake in the grass." - Anna May Wong, actress. "It is important to remember that fighting for social justice is not a sprint." - Helen Zia, journalist & social... (last word obscured by paper butterfly). "There is only one thing worse than coming home from the lab to a sink full of dirty dishes, and that is not going to the lab at all!" - Chien-Shiung Wu, physicist. "We weren't just fighting for our rights, we were fighting for our lives by demanding treatment and more research. We were also demanding to be seen as human beings. - Cecilia Chung, civil rights leader & activist.]
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09/03/2022

Oakland Public Library pride! OPL staff t-shirts come in an array of colors and Main TeenZone staff just happened to be showing off the selection. We love coincidences!

[Image Description: Three Main TeenZone staff members stand posing for the camera in the TeenZone office. They are all wearing Oakland Public Library staff t-shirts. The t-shirts say "Oakland Public Library" at the top and has a bright yellow graphic of gears and cogs in the shape of a brain. Mikal is wearing the OPL t-shirt in purple, Anna is wearing it in blue, and Airam is wearing it in black. Although they are all wearing masks that cover their noses and mouths, you can tell that all three are smiling.]
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04/03/2022

Time for our question of the week! This week's question is "What is the best thing about being a teenager?"

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Our Story

We have teen services at all locations, with dedicated TeenZones at the following branches:

Main Library | 125 14th Street
81st Avenue | 1021 81st Avenue (at Rudsdale)
Asian Branch | 388 9th Street, Suite 190
Cesar E. Chavez | 3301 East 12th Street
Dimond | 3565 Fruitvale Avenue
Eastmont | Eastmont Town Ctr, 7200 Bancroft, Ste 211
Rockridge | 5366 College Avenue

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General information

Books, magazines, music, movies, games, and computers for teens. We're here to help you find things to read, watch, listen to, and play, plus homework resources, or anything else you might be looking for.

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 20:00
Thursday 10:00 - 20:00
Friday 12:00 - 17:30
Saturday 10:00 - 17:30
Sunday 10:00 - 17:30