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LightSpeed from Hoopla

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Hoopla digital’s latest app upgrade, LightSpeed – an evolution to empower brighter connectivity for users – is here. Read more →

Teens’ Top Ten Winners 2014!!

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TeenTopTen14s-winners

Did your favorites win??!

Driver Permit Tests Available for Free!

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In partnership with Driving-Tests.org, the Bridgeport Public Library is proud to offer FREE Connecticut Driver Permit practice tests.

 

These tests, for both automobile and motorcycle, along with the Driver Handbook for each, are available by clicking on the link. You will be taken directly to the test pages.

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Zumba Classes for All Teens

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Thursdays, starting April 2nd
3:30 - 4:30 PM
Black Rock Branch

Teen Zumba

All teens are invited to join Certified Zumba Instructor Hannah Hanshaw for our brand new weekly Zumba for Teens Classes. Have some fun and get in shape!

Beauty Class & M A K E U P M O N D A Y S

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Mondays
3:30 - 5:00 PM
Black Rock Branch

Beauty Class – Weekly Meeting

Teens and Tweens come participate learn all you need to know about make-up application tricks and building the perfect skin care routine along with other beauty tricks for you!

Parent Permission Slip Required for Participation!! Get Slip at Black Rock Library!

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North Branch HOMEWORK HELP

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Mondays - Wednesdays
3:30 - 5:00 PM
North Branch

HOMEWORK HELP

Tweens, Teens, Elementary Schoolers

Having trouble with your assignments? Let our staff and volunteers help you get going with those difficult projects.

Speak Out Against Bullying

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Speak Out Against Bullying

The Hearst Connecticut Newspaper Group is embarking on a project delving into bullying in our schools and woud like to hear directly from students.

Please click here to go to their Facebook page to comment or email: speakout@ctnews.com.

Here’s a short video on what some students have already said: click here.