Youth events & programs

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Young teen book club

 Talking about books is a great way to get to know others, to enjoy reading on a deeper level, and have fun while helping to build your vocabulary and discussion skills! 

This book club is for young teens/tweens/middle graders approximately 10 -14 years. 

We meet every four weeks on a Thursday, 5-6pm. You can join us on-site at the Unley Civic Library or online via Zoom.

If you would like to join, please get in touch with Amelia,, phone 8372 5486.

Young teen book club titles

The Graveyard Book
by Neil Gaiman

 (6 Copies)


Lenny's Book of Everything

by Karen Foxlee

(6 Copies)


The Dog Runner
by Bren MacDibble 

 (6 Copies)

by Sara Pennypacker 

 (6 Copies)


When the Lyrebird Calls
by Kim Kane

 (6 Copies)


by Garth Nix

 (6 Copies)

by A. J. Betts

 (8 Copies)


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Flux: writes of youth

The world is in a constant state of flux. No one feels this transformation more than young people.

Writing is a powerful tool for discovering identity, sharing personal, lived experiences and changing the shape of the future of our own lives, our society and the planet we live on. Join us for monthly workshops to learn about character development, world building, writing from life, voice, POV, plot, genre, editing and constructive feedback techniques in a supportive and fun environment.

Flux is a safe space for all young people aged 12-18 to hone their craft, explore themselves and connect with others.

We meet once a month on a Thursday night, 5.15 - 7pm, in the Youth Area, Unley Civic Library, 181 Unley Road, Unley. 

For more information phone 8372 5100 or email


Youth events

We regularly hold events aimed at teens and youth.