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Participants in a photography workshop at the library.

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March Break for Teens

We have hands-on workshops across the city for teens this March Break. Our popular sushi making class is back, you can make a zine from start to finish, learn hip hop, practice your photography, or try your sleight-of-hand at a magic class. Hear how professionals design tattoos, do some screen printing, or try one of our many other arts programs. There's something for everyone.

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Black History Month

Toronto Public Library celebrates Black History with a collection of programs and special events that honour Black heritage, and consider the historical significance and contemporary contributions of Black activists and artists from around the world. Check out programs and events at branches across the city.

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TPL TEENS BLOG

Top 10: Lawrence and Bathurst Eats

Teen volunteers in the Barbara Frum Youth Advisory Group really know their neighbourhood - and they know good food with great value. They've rounded up their top ten places to go if you're in the area.

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The List: Great Reads for Youth

We've selected these 100 fantastic books to make you laugh, cry, reflect, debate, celebrate and grow. Find your next great read, watch a video review, like your favourites and see the most liked books on The List.

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Youth Hubs

Youth Hubs run in the library after school as a safe space for all youth. You can spend your time doing homework with tutors, hanging out, playing board or video games, and participating in events, programs and workshops. Youth Hubs also have laptops, cameras, green screens, Arduino kits and DJ equipment.

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"It's Not Just One Thing": Youth Services at Toronto Public Library

This video was created by James Malekzadeh, a young filmmaker, and highlights youth services at the Library. Made possible through a partnership with the Toronto Youth Equity Strategy, the Neighbourhood Arts Network and City of Toronto divisions.

Image: Arden, Youth Advisory Group participant