Category Archives: Teen Stuff (YA)

Fulton’s Amazing Race: A Scavenger Hunt for Families

an old black and white photo of a bunch of men running barefoot who appear to be carrying a couple of other men
When: Tuesday, July 18th, 5:30 – 7:15pm
Where: All teams meet in the children’s room at the library to receive instructions and begin the race.
What: Family Teams may register at the library any time between now and 5:30 pm on July 18th. Each team must have at least one adult on it. Teams will complete a scavenger hunt through downtown Fulton. Bring your camera or camera phone and complete the photo challenges for extra points. Refreshments will be served following the race.

Many Hands Make Bright Work

Stop in anytime at Schmaling to contribute your coloring skills (or lack thereof for that matter) to our large coloring-banner.  Once it is completed we plan on hanging it up in the library somewhere.
So spread the word!  Stop by with your friends!  It will be extra-memorable to have as many Fultonians as possible lend their hand to this keepsake.

YA Summer Reading Lego Contest

During the entirety of this year’s Summer Reading Program, 6th – 12th grade participants will have the opportunity to compete in a  Lego Building Contest!
    • Use your creativity to design something related to the library: a model of the building, a book cover, a character or scene from your favorite book, or anything else from your imagination!


    • To be fair to all contestants, all building needs to be done at the library — using our library Legos.  Each Thursday afternoon beginning at 2 pm, you will have time to work on your project.   We will then store your designs in a safe place for you.


    • All entries must be completed by the end of the day on Monday, July 10th.  Library patrons will then vote on their favorite.  The winner will be announced on Monday, July 17th.  The prize will be a $25 gift certificate.