Teen Programs


scribbles and a pencil with text national novel writing month


Think you can finish a novel in 30 days? Not sure, but want to try? National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is an exciting challenge centered around creative writing. The challenge: write an entire novel in a single month! Watsonville Public Library will be offering a series of NaNoWriMo Write-ins for aspiring and current novelists. 

Every Wednesday in November
5 - 6:30pm at the Main Library Conference Room

This program is for teens and adults.

Music Appreciation Club

three records and music notes and text music appreciation club

Music Appreciation Club

Do you love music and want to connect with other music aficionados? The theme for this meeting will be “Covers” – this could be your favorite and least favorite covers, a cover that you feel is better than the original, etc. It’s up to you!

Monday, December 12th
11am-12pm at the Main Library

 The intended audience for this program is teens and adults

Animation Creation Club

Movie Clacker with clay creature and text animation creation club

Animation Creation Club

Know someone that is curious about animation? Learn how to make and share creative short videos using paper, lego bricks, clay and toys! The library will provide recording video-recording equipment but we would like to encourage children to bring in a smartphone if they have one.  

Main Library Meeting Room  4-5pm
Second Tuesday of the Month

Check out the club's creations

The intended audience for this program is children in grades K-12th. 
Children are welcome to be accompanied by an adult and/or friend.

For more information contact our Young Adult Librarian Jillian Wilson at 768-3414.

Photographs and videos may be taken at these events and may be used in marketing materials for library activities.