at the LaFayette Public Library 

Thursdays from 4:30 p.m. to  6:30 p.m. 

Starting November 10th 

A retired high school chemistry teacher, with over 20 years of experience, will be available to review Regents Chemistry material and answer questions. Please sign up by calling the library at 315-677-3782 or just show up ready to learn.  You are welcome to come anytime during the two hour window for help. 

Teen Book Tasting

Do you like to read?

Not sure what to read next?

Not sure where you should start?

Come to the Lafayette Library! 

We are hosting a Teen Book Tasting on November 22nd at 5:30pm!

At the Tasting, you can try out some of the books our library has to offer!

Like Manga?
Want to make your own?

You can find these books and more in the library!

Are you a writer? 

Consider blogging!  The LaFayette Library's blog welcomes contributions from teen members of the community.  Help your peers find really good books, have your writing published, and share your opinions! 

Contribute a short book review or an essay on you are passionate about.

Submit bring or email your writing to Jessica at the library.

Are you in grades 7-12? Do you like books, games, crafts, sharing your ideas, taking surveys,or just hanging out with your friends?  Come join our Teen Advisory Group! 

The Teen Advisory Group is a great way to have your voice heard at the library.

If you enjoy any of the following, TAG might be for you!

  • Talk about books

  •  Do fun crafts and activities

  •  Play games

  •  Being involved in our community

  •  Hang out with friends and have fun!

We will meet monthly at the library, on the last Tuesday of the month. Our next meeting is Tuesday, November 29th, at 5:30pm. We hope to see you there!

Teen Advisory Group

For students of the LaFayette Central School District:  You can get ebooks and more from the public library just by using SORA

More information

Come explore careers in engineering, manufacturing, and science with amazing women that work in these industries!

This free series is targeted towards girls in grades 6th-8th grade, where female professionals from local companies will lead students in a fun, hands-on activity together to spark interest in these high-tech careers.