At the Airdrie Public Library we have a room that is dedicated to teens and it includes books, seating for hanging out or studying and gaming computers that I had the privilege of adding graffiti to last year. We also dedicate the exhibit space in the room to high school art and on the weekend hung a new exhibit of beautiful photography by W.H. Croxford students. In the past we also had a group of teens paint bookends and I added small chalkboard wall painted 'picture frames' on the walls so teens could leave messages or reading recommendations. It's a great space and I hope when we eventually move into a larger facility that it will grow. Not only do teens enjoy it, but adults do, too (young adult books are fantastic!).
'Honouring the Ancestors': Awesome Airdrie
AIRdirondack Art Project
'Counting Crows': Great Places Plan