Youth

Children who grow up being read to and/or reading are more likely to excel at school than those who don’t. At the Library, we love to share the pleasures of reading with the young ones aged 12 and under.

Throughout the year we provide various programs, activities, and presentations that are entertaining and educational. These include:

  • Spring Break Day Camp
  • Summer Reading Program
  • Gaming
  • STEM/Robotics Programs
  • Educational Performers
  • Movie Time
  • Puppetry

Story Time

Join us every Thursday at 10:30 am for reading, crafts, games and activities. Everything we do in Story Time is aimed at getting kids interested in books and reading.

Check our calendar for special events.

FREE After School Tutoring

Is your child struggling in school?

Are you struggling to teach your child?

Are new concepts confusing?

We want to help you reach your goals with Grader Good Tutoring

Scheduled help and academic support will be provided for kids (age 5-14) at the library where internet access and a quiet place to study are always available. If you have a prospective pupil, check the library calendar for upcoming parent-tutor interviews.

For more information call the library at (903) 432-4185.

Teens

The Library is the perfect spot for teens to hang out, meet new people, get involved in a project or just stop by and relax.

Teens contribute to/attend events at the library like:

  • Movie screenings
  • Gaming
  • Virtual Reality
  • 3D Printing
  • Robotics
  • Media Creation
  • Book Clubs / Book Reviews
  • Halloween Party
  • High School Art Show
  • High School Culinary Competition
  • Volunteer to help with the younger kid’s programs
  • Fundraising events to get an area that’s 100% Teen, 100% of the time!

Do you need community service hours to graduate distinguished?

The library has an after-school tutoring program for kids in 1st through 5th grade and we want YOU to be the tutor. This is the perfect way to get your 100 hours of service in and to help a kid at the same time.

Tutoring and putting in your community service hours could help you get college scholarship money.

Your tutoring could change your pupil’s life forever. Graduating distinguished could change yours!

For more information call the library at (903) 432-4185.

The Teen Advisory Board needs YOU!!!

The Library at Cedar Creek Lake is looking for teens and teen groups who love libraries and are committed to helping bring library services to the community.

Teens who need to perform community service to meet school, church, or organizational requirements may contact us about volunteer opportunities.

Teen volunteers apply their skills and talents by assisting staff in a variety of duties. Their tasks are as varied as the volunteers themselves. Teen volunteers help create displays, assist with programming, and help with other special projects and events. Volunteers assist with the Summer Reading Program and special Story Times.

If you have questions or are interested in becoming a teen library volunteer, please come by and pick up an application or call the library for more information. (903) 432-4185

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