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Are You Ready to Polka?

Published by Ruddiyette Yisak / July 17, 2017

Join us on Thursday, July 20, 2017, for a fun-filled polka performance by Mike Schneider. Pint Size Polkas is open to all ages and includes interactive songs and dancing for the whole family! The fun begins at 4 pm in the Rural Hall Branch Library Auditorium. No registration is necessary. Call 336-703-2970 for more information.

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Books We like

Published by Carolyn Price / July 9, 2017

What better way to enjoy summer than with a list of books as recommended by a library staff member?


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Freegal Mixtape: #Let'sMove

Published by Jacquelyn White / June 24, 2017

Is being healthier on your list of things to do in 2017? If so, here is some music for your exercise playlist!

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Calling all girls and young ladies! STEM Gems Summer Virtual Book Club at Carver Library.

Published by Charlene Edwards / May 30, 2017

Join us on every Wednesday in June and July, from 12:30 - 2 p.m. for the STEM Gems, Summer Virtual Book Club at the Carver School Road Branch Library. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Each week meet a different STEM Gem in a career ranging from an Internet Gaming Technologist, to a Biostatistician, and from a Computational Biologist and Geneticist, to an Animation Technologist. Presentations given through teleconferencing.


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Go Global this Summer

Published by Jacquelyn White / May 30, 2017

Are you planning a trip to another country? Like learning about other cultures? Global Road Warrior and CultureGrams are the databases for you. Through the Library you have the world at your fingertips, anytime and anywhere.

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Support the Library with the purchase of a commemorative engraved brick paver

Published by Don Dwiggins / March 14, 2017

Our new re-imagined Central Library will soon be home to some truly unique, fresh and exciting spaces for discovery, creativity and collaboration. Now is your chance to be a part of the opening of the new Central Library--and its lasting history--through the purchase of a commemorative, engraved brick paver.

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