Chocolate Study Halls Set for Teens at the Library


Just love eating chocolate while studying? The library has the perfect event set for Alameda’s chocolate-loving students. The Teen Advisory Board is hosting open study halls for high school students that allow for study with classmates, work on group projects or other homework — oh yeah, and eat chocolate. The library provides chocolate, Wi-Fi and a place to sit. 

Three “Chocolate Study Halls” will take place on Wednesdays (Nov. 8, 15 and 29) from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Main Library on 1550 Oak St. Students may bring drinks and snacks. Teens from 13 to 18, who attend any school, may join the sessions.