Saint Louis Public Library holds Virtual Teen Lounge for Teens

George Vandervalk

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SAINT LOUIS, MO – Saint Louis Public Library, or SLPL, is going to conduct an event for teens between the age of 13 to 18, namely Virtual Teen Lounge. This is a friendly online event for all abilities and will be available for transcription.

This event will take place online by using Discord application and be going to have some particular talk events such as video games, movies, trivia, anime, sports, books, and art. SLPS aims to stay connected with teens members, where they can hang out with their friends through this online program. Besides, the library staff can reach through this platform to talk about anything related to SLPL.

The participants are allowed to talk to the library staff as long as their Discord server is online and they will be present at all times as well. You can proceed the application for joining this event by filling the form through this link.

SLPL will send the Discord link via email within one to four days after the registration form being sent.

Virtual Teen Lounge offers a digital hangout space with its virtual program by Discord, where it is a one-whole package to do some activities that teens used to do before this hard-time situation. SLPL uses Discord as the main platform because the participants are allowed to communicate via text or voice in real-time simultaneously.

SLPL offers virtual programming in a SAFE place—a national youth prevention program for people under the ages of 18 who seek help and safety immediately, and hopes it can create the best atmosphere for the participants to enjoy the events.

For further information regarding this event, kindly visit their website by clicking this link.

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