The 3rd Annual Teen Photography Contest
for grades 6 through 12

Contest Starts: November 25th, 2019

Submission Deadline: February 15th, 2020

Theme: Young and Old and In-between

Email your photo to Nkipping@fanwoodlibrary.org 

In your email, please include your: NAME, GRADE, SCHOOL, PHONE NUMBER and the TITLE of your photo.    

ENTRY RULES & PRIZES
  • Take a photograph that captures Young and Old and In-between.
  • Open to all Fanwood-Scotch Plains library card holders in grades 6-12
  • Must be your original photo and limited to ONE (1) entry per person
  • WINNERS: One high school student and one middle school student will EACH receive $50.00.
The Fanwood Memorial Library (FML) reserves the right to determine what photos are appropriate for this contest. By entering the contest you grant FML permission to exhibit your photo in the Library, display it on the Library website, and use it on publicity releases

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB

Thursdays @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm, starting June 6th

Recommended for grades 4-8

Learn to solve the Rubik’s Cube! Practice speedcubing! Members can participate in cube competitions hosted by World Cube Association.

The results are in for the 2nd Annual 2019 Teen Photography Contest:
Baby, It’s Cold Outside

* Check out the 2019 photos HERE

* …and see the 2018 Winners & Runners-up HERE

The 2019 Teen Photo Contest is over. Come in and take a closer look at all of the photographs on display now at the library, and here on-line.

The 2020 contest kicks off next November… stay tuned!

Take Home our TELESCOPE to Check Out the Stars…and Moon…and Planets…

Fanwood-resident cardholders can borrow our telescope for up to a week. Scotch Plains Public Library has telescope to lend its resident cardholders as well.

The Orion Starblast Telescopes were donated to the libraries by the Fanwood-Scotch Plains Rotary Club and modified by the AAI to make them easier to use. The telescope power has not been modified. Day or night you can view the moon. On a clear night, users can find craters on the moon, the rings of Saturn, and even tell the difference between a red and blue star. The telescopes come with a user manual, constellation guide and moon map.