T.A.B. (Teen Advisory Board)
Open to teens ages 12-18.
The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is a dedicated group of young people who come together to make new friends, provide leadership and advice on what young people want from their library, to celebrate or develop shared interests and leadership skills, to plan and implement ideas and to make a difference in their community.
For questions, contact Youth Services Librarian, Caroline Herfindahl, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ellsworth Public Library has many volunteer opportunities open to Ellsworth teens. If you are interested in learning more about how you can help or get involved at the library, email Youth Services Librarian, Caroline Herfindahl at cherfindahl@
Our teen summer and winter reading programs encourage teens to read or listen to books from our library. Each program has a fun theme and winning fabulous prizes is part of all the fun! Watch for details of the Teen Summer and Winter Reading Programs on the website, at the library, in the schools, and in the local newspaper. Now you may also participate using our online platform Beanstack!
Ellsworth Public Library is committed to supporting diversity, inclusion, and well-being within the communities we serve.
Call us at 715-273-3209 about making your library services and experiences safe and welcoming.