Anime Club Meeting
Fans of Japanese animation age 11 through adults are invited to the Albany Public Library’s Anime Club meeting from 4:30 to 5:30 on the third Thursday of each month at the Main Library. Members meet to play Yu-Gi-Oh and other games, share books, practice drawing in the Japanese style, and meet others with similar interests. Kids younger than age 11 may attend if accompanied by a parent. Learn more.
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The Young Adult Area
The Young Adult area on the second floor of the Main Library provides many resources for youth in grades six through twelve.
Internet computers in the Young Adult area are for age 21 and under, and their accompanying parent or guardian. Children younger than ten must have a parent present to use the Internet computers in the Library.
For the current schedule of events, contact Doris Hicks, the Young Adult Services librarian, at 541-791-0109 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.