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Upcoming Programs

On-Your-Own Programs





Missed the pictures from our last few programs? You can see them here:

Hallo(t/w)een Party


Healthy U: Archery!


Pumpkin Decorating Contest


Fall Photography Workshop


Library Olympics


Teen Creative Writing Competition Awards Ceremony

Teen Summer Reading Finale Party


Show (P)up for Shelter Pets

Healthy U: Cooking with Chive Kitchen

Wildlife Safari


Book Art!




Featured Resources

Vidcode   Teen Reader's Advisory



Miss our Super Pros coding club? Vidcode is offering a fun alternative!


Learn JavaScript with fun interactive projects and drop-in working sessions on Tuesday afternoons!


For more information, and to sign up, go to


Your (Virtual) Teen Librarian


Sometimes it’s hard to find your next great read. Let Miss Jennie and Miss Rebecca help you with your search!


Fill out the form here, and we’ll either put a selection of books on hold for you to pick up, or send you a list of suggested reading – whichever you’d prefer!


For more programs on your own schedule, visit our On-Your-Own Programs archive!


Upcoming Programs

Legends & Libraries @ FCL

Teens and Adults


Interested in playing Dungeons and Dragons, Forgotten Realms, and other RPGs?


Join our Legends & Libraries @ FCL Discord channel! Tips, tricks, and online campaigns!


To join the Discord channel, send an email to


Wednesdays, December 1 & 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Legends & Libraries @ FCL
Marvel Geek Out!

Marvel Geek Out!

Ages 10-16


Do you love all things Marvel?! So do we! We’re celebrating the upcoming new Spiderman movie by hosting a Marvel party!


Come join us for a fun night of games, trivia, and activities as we geek out over Marvel movies, comics, and television shows!


Please wear a mask.


Registration is required as space is limited.


Thursday, December 9, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Liberty St. Branch – Meeting Room


Healthy U: Family History

Ages 10-18


The holiday season is a great time to catch up with friends and family. It’s also a great opportunity to ask older family members about their childhoods, about stories of your ancestors, and places your family has lived over the years.


Join us to learn some tips and techniques for asking family history questions, recording family trees, and about all of the great resources the Library has for helping with related research!

Registration is requested, but drop-ins are welcome. Please wear a mask.


Saturday, November 13, 9:00 a.m-1:00 p.m

Healthy U: Family History
Teen Advisory Board

Teen Advisory Board

Middle and High School students


Calling all teens (grades 6-12) who are willing to help plan programs for their peers, step up social media interaction, and make the teen areas of the two branches the best they can be. This is a great opportunity for volunteer hours as well as learning skills that will be useful in the future. Oh, and we’re also pretty sure it will be fun…


This month we’re starting work on a major volunteer project!


Registration is requested so that we know who’s coming, but drop-ins are welcome. This month we will be meeting in person, in the meeting room at the Liberty St. Branch. We really want to keep everyone safe, so masks are required, and we will spread out as much as possible.


Wednesday, December 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Liberty St. Branch – Meeting Room


Books & Bites

Ages 10-16


Do you love books? Do you love snacks? Do you love books AND snacks? Join Miss Rebecca and bring your favorite snack along while we talk about a different book every month! Meet together with other readers to discuss some fun books! Check out the book, read it on your own, and then join the book discussion to share what you thought.


Our December title is: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins


Pick up a copy from either branch, or access an eaudiobook through Libby. If you’ve never used Libby before and need help, just let us know!


This month we will be meeting in person, inside at the Liberty Street Branch! Please bring a mask. Also feel free to bring a snack!


Please register so we know you’re coming!


Thursday, December 16, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Liberty St. Branch – Meeting Room

Books & Bites
Game Day

Game Day

All ages


Join us for a meet up hosted in collaboration with Oakland County Gamers. They’ll have volunteers on hand to help teach and play games of all types for any age and any level of experience! Explore our current board game collection or bring one to share.


Drop-in program; no registration needed. In order to keep everyone as safe as possible, masks are required, and the Oakland County Gamers have a short COVID safety survey to fill out before joining the event.


Saturday, December 18, 11:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
12 Mile Main Branch – Auditorium




Teens’ Top Ten


The winners’ list is now available! Most books are available in-library or through our online resources: Hoopla and Overdrive.


There are a lot of great awards out there for books, but the Teens’ Top Ten is the only exclusively teen-driven award! Teen book groups select a list of 25 great books from the previous year, and then teens around the country – including you! – vote for which books should make it to the Top Ten.


Did the books you liked best make it onto the Top Ten?

Teens' Top Ten Award

FCL is fine-free!


The Farmington Community Library is no longer charging overdue fines! If you need to keep a book or movie a few extra days, or you can’t get to the Library right on time, that’s absolutely okay; we won’t charge you. We just want the book or item back so someone else can enjoy it!


Please don’t feel like you have to hurry to return things, especially if you or any member of your household is feeling unwell. We’d like to keep everyone as healthy as possible!


For more information on FCL’s Fine-Free Policy, visit our information page.


Digital Delights


Don’t forget that we have lots of online resources available! We have e-books, e-audiobooks, streaming media, and e-magazines available 24\7. You can find a list of our available apps at And if you’re in the mood to learn things, check out Gale Courses and all of our great databases! A Farmington Community Library card is needed to access all digital materials; if you have a card with a different library, check their website for similar resources!

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