Welcome to the Teen Page!

The library’s Young Adult Room is intended for use by teens in grades 7-12.  Its purpose is to centralize the resources, events, programs, tools and information you need, while also providing a safe, welcoming space that is uniquely yours.  It is a place to get the things you need and it’s a place to show off your work.  It’s a place to socialize or to find solitude.  And we do take suggestions, so if there is something you’d like to see the teen room do or have please contact Meg, the Teen Librarian and she will do everything she can to make it happen.  Info below.

Contact Meg: 508-457-2555 ext. 2965  /   mkrohn@falmouthpubliclibrary.org   You can also TEXT US:  833-209-9922


Reflecting on Your Moon

An Astrology Workshop

A Workshop to Explore the Astrological Moon in your life and in your chart.  Register in advance to have your personal birth chart created for you to reference during the workshop.  We will be using crystals, divination cards, and creating our own “moon mirrors”, which you will take home with you (along with your birth chart, should you choose to register ahead of time.)  This is going to be such an fun and interesting workshop – don’t miss it!

Regsiter for the Moon Workshop Here


Summer Creative Writing Workshop for Students in Grades 6-8

FPL is hosting a 4-week creative writing workshop each Wednesday from July 27 – August 17.  The workshop will meet for 2 hours each week, from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM in “The Chill Zone”, which is a new area off the Children’s Room.  The workshop will be run by Junior at Sturgis Charter Public School, Dominic Cappuccino, and is open to any student entering grades 6-8 who is interesting in practicing and impriving thier creative writing skills.   Get more information and sign up by clicking the link below:

Creative Writing Workshop


The TLC Summer Book Club is an online / zoom based book club for high school students.  It’s hosted by an organization working to prevent domestic violence and promote healthy relationships.   It’s going to be a really great group of people reading a great book… so, you might want to look into it!

The Retreat – TLC Summer Book Club Form


ONGOING EVENT:   Teen Visual Art Exhibit 

Cape Cod teens are invited to submit visual artwork in any medium (photography, painting, drawing, collage, digital art etc.) to be displayed in the YA room at the Falmouth Public Library.

If you are able to lend us your work framed or otherwise ready to hang, that’s great.  However, if you don’t have a frame, or you need a little help making your art gallery-ready, don’t worry – we can help you! 

To submit work / ask questions, email the teen librarian, Meg Krohn at mkrohn@falmouthpubliclibrary.org


What are we missing?  Is there something (anything – book/ game / object/ class) that you think we should have or offer here at FPL?  Let us know by filling out this super short form:  New Item Request Form

Follow us Instagram@falmouthya   **** Don’t forget to tag us in any sewing project or library craft you create!  We love to see your work!

Check our calendar to see what else is happening soon and to sign up. Teens are welcome at any of our adult events as well.

If you have ideas or suggestions for events, classes or activities, email our Teen Librarian, Meg Krohn at mkrohn@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

Books and Things! 

The YA Room has a large & diverse collection, including:

  • General fiction (including mysteries, sci-fi, LGBTQAI + & more!)
  • Graphic novels, anime, & manga
  • Poetry
  • Magazines, including Game Informer, Kolaj, MAD and Otaku USA.
  • Non-fiction (There is a great range of fantastically interesting stuff here – “nonfiction” sounds much duller than our selection actually is.)
  • A “Library of Things” available to be borrowed, including Chromebooks, hot spots, a sewing machine and a microscope.
  • Thousands of e-books and e-audios through the CLAMS Digital Catalog.  Download the Libby App to easily borrow audiobooks and e-books on your phone.

Contact Meg: 508-457-2555 ext. 2965  /   mkrohn@falmouthpubliclibrary.org   You can also TEXT US:  833-209-9922