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Come hang out at TeenTime, a safe space where you can study, do homework, learn a new craft, play games, or watch your favorite movies. TeenTime by SAPL has study stations with charging ports, Chromebooks and iPads, video games, craft supplies, and creative workshops! Come to TeenTime and make it yours. Teens and tweens are...

Book Connection Personalize and enjoy digital connections to books for kids and teens. Explore movies and recordings of authors, book trailers, Meet-the-Author recordings, book readings, and more. Comic Plus Comics Plus offers readers unlimited access to thousands of digital comics, graphic novels, and manga from popular publishers. Every title is available 24 hours a day,...

Yes – a variety of programs are offered for youth and teens ages 5-17 years of age. To learn more, visit the Parks and Recreation youth and teens webpage.

Yes-- the Parks and Recreation agency offers excursions through the Teen Excursions Program and the Wilderness Club.

Immigration Defenders Law Center (ImmDef) is the legal service provider for the City of Santa Ana's immigration services. ImmDef, one of California's leading nonprofit deportation defense organizations, focuses on assisting immigrants who are facing some of the most complex legal challenges. This covers representation for individuals with mental health issues, children and teens who came...

Embark on exciting new adventures with other Santa Ana teens. The teen excursion program is available to Santa Ana teens, ages 13 through 17 years, and FREE of charge. Excursions will take place once a month at a variety of teen-friendly locations. Some of the excursions consist of visiting amusements parks, watching sporting events, and...

The new, free, and safe place for teens to gather in Santa Ana. Teens, ages 13 through 17, can gather and make new friends every weekday after school. The Salgado Community Center will be open for teens to attend educational workshops, enjoy music, play games, complete homework, or just relax. The program is built to...

Everyday programs are an essential part of our community here in Santa Ana. From youth, teens, and seniors our program sections serve all members of the community. Our programs offer an opportunity for partners/sponsors to come in and make a positive impact, while establishing themselves as part of the community. View our programs below: Teen Excursion...

Learn and explore with other youth and teens in Santa Ana. Youth & teen services provide a variety of engaging programs for ages 5-17 years. Find services offering after school homework assistance, excursions, and recreational activities. We recognize youth as the future of Santa Ana, and aim to furnish a sense of pride in their...

Dive into summer and make new memories with us at Teen Summer Camp. Santa Ana Parks & Recreation staff will host this NEW summer youth program for ages 13-17 years at the Garfield Community Center. This program strives to foster personal growth for youth by providing safe, enjoyable, and engaging activities. Participants can look forward...

Learn and explore different visual art forms. Immerse yourself in the world of creativity during our Arts Academy. Teens will have the opportunity to explore a variety of visual art forms: Conceptual and installation art Crafts Drawing Media and digital arts Painting Photography Printmaking Sculpture Teens, ages 13 to 17 years, are welcome to join...

May 23, 2024

Teens are invited to participate in our weekly Teen Leadership Committee meeting! Help shape the programs and activities we offer, get to know other teens, build leadership skills, and earn volunteer hours. Contact us at 714-571-4238 for more information. ¡Los adolescentes están invitados a participar en nuestra reunión semanal del Comité de Liderazgo de Adolescentes! Ayude a...

The Santa Ana Public Library is excited to announce the expansion of our teen-focused programming! TeenTime by SAPL opened on Jan. 23 at Garfield Community Center, 501 N. Lacy St. Designed as a safe space for homework and hanging out, teens will have access to study stations with charging ports, Chromebooks and iPads, games, supplies...

Councilmember David Penaloza, a proud native of Santa Ana, has deep roots as a lifelong resident of the city. Educated within the Santa Ana Unified School District, he attended Washington Elementary (1999), MacArthur Fundamental (2002), and Saddleback High School (2006). After a brief stint at Santa Ana College, he furthered his education at California State...

May 23, 2024

Connect. Create. Chill. Share your interesting stories, books, gaming experience and observations to help us improve our TeenSpace, its collections and services! Contact us at 714-647-5250 for more information. ¡Ven a conectarte, ser creativo, y convivir! Comparte tus historias interesantes, libros de interés, experiencia de juegos, y observaciones para poder ayudarnos a mejorar nuestro TeenSpace,...

May 21, 2024

Develop valuable leadership and interpersonal skills. Learn and nurture your appreciation for and impact on your community. Share your interesting stories, community observations, and help us improve our TeenTime, its programs and services!  Contact us at 714-647-6534 for more information. Ven a desarrollar valiosas habilidades interpersonales y de liderazgo. ¡Comparta sus historias interesantes, observaciones de la comunidad...

The Santa Ana Public Library celebrated the opening of the new TeenTime program at El Salvador Community Center on Saturday, March 25, 2023, with a ribbon cutting and Spring Fest in partnership with the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Agency. Councilmember Johnathan Ryan Hernandez joined in the ribbon cutting to help officially open TeenTime. This...

April is Autism Awareness Month. Santa Ana Public Library honors the contributions of people on the autism spectrum and joins in celebrating diversity with inclusive programming and resources to recognize the needs of people on the autism spectrum and their families. Books for Teens The Pattern Seekers: How Autism Drives Human Invention by Baron-Cohen, Simon...

Address: Santa Ana History Room c/o Santa Ana Public Library 26 Civic Center Plaza M-75 Santa Ana, CA 92702 Hours of operation Monday - Saturday: 12 pm - 5 pm (Inquires only) Contact History Room staff Jaime Cornejo (714) 647-5280 History programs Teen Community Historians Our Lives Our History - Community Oral History Project - Preservation...

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