Check In @ LPL: Monthly Library Newsletter

January Check In Newsletter
Dominique Burns, Youth Services Librarian

Tweens, Teens, and Youth Services Librarian Dominique Burns


Welcome our new Youth Services Librarian, Dominique Burns. Dominique is “over the moon excited to join the Youth Services team at the Lafayette Public Library,” and she is excited to offer more programming and volunteer opportunities for tweens and teens in the New Year.

Explore a variety of teen opportunities in January!
  • A Harry Potter Scavenger Hunt in the Teen Zone during January
  • Lego Challenge for kids ages 7-13 on Tuesday January 3 at 3pm
  • A Teen Town Hall for teens in grades 7-12 on Tuesday January 10, at 4pm
  • A DIY Craft: Harry Potter Pygmy Puff for teens in grades 6-12 on Tuesday January 24, at 4:30pm
  • Teen Collection Council on Thursday January 26 at 4pm
  • Anime Club for teens in grades 6-12 on Tuesday January 31 at 4:30pm

Have a look at our new teen webpage, and check out the many options we offer!

  1. Libraries transform logo

    Library Closures in January
    • Closed for New Years, Sunday, January 1 and Monday, January 2;
    • Library reopens Tuesday, January 3 at 10 am;    
    • Book drops are LOCKED from Saturday, December 31 at 5 pm until Tuesday, January 3, 8:30 am.
      * No items are due when the Library and book drops are closed.
    • The Homework Center reopens on Wednesday, January 4
    • Closed for MLK Day, Monday, January 16;
    • Library reopens Tuesday, January 17 at 10 am;
    • Book drops are LOCKED from Sunday, January 15 at 5 pm until Tuesday, January 17, 8:30 am.
      * No items are due when the Library and book drops are closed.
Device Jam
Library Closed MLK Day
Teen Collection Connection