Local Library announces Library schedule for next month

The Alamance Public Library released its September 2020 schedule, listed below. 

Alamance County Public Library News Releases for September 2020.

All library programs are free and available online.

 

September 2

Zoom: Mayor’s Book Club. 12:00-1:00 p.m. For adults. Join Mayor Ian Baltutis for a monthly book club. This month’s selection is The Tipping Point: how little things can make a big difference by Malcolm Gladwell and copies are available for pickup at May Memorial Library. This meeting will be held virtually over Zoom. For more information, email reference.staff@alamancelibraries.org or call 336-229-3588.

September 8

Alamance County Public Libraries Facebook Page: Virtual Storytime. 10:30 a.m. For children ages 2 – 5 and their caregivers. Every Tuesday we offer a fun, interactive storytime on our Facebook Page. We will share great stories, songs, and early literacy activities you can do at home. This week's theme is "I Love to Read!" For more information call (336) 226-7185.

Week of September 14 

Take and Make Packets! Ages 5-12. Looking for some fun activities? Check out our Take and Make Packets, full of fun activities, book lists, and fun things to learn! This week's theme is Hispanic Heritage Month. Contact your library for pickup dates and times.

September 15

Alamance County Public Libraries Facebook Page: Virtual Storytime. 10:30 a.m. For children ages 2 – 5 and their caregivers. Every Tuesday we offer a fun, interactive storytime on our Facebook Page. We will share great stories, songs, and early literacy activities you can do at home. This week's theme is “Friends!” For more information, call (919) 563-6431.

September 16

Alamance County Public Libraries Facebook Page: National Coloring Day. 4:30 p.m. Celebrate National Coloring Day! Learn the different ways you can color your world. Also, learn how to make homemade paint with Ms. Candice. For more information, call (336) 229-3588.

September 21

Alamance County Public Libraries Facebook Page: Stories for Schoolagers. 4:00 p.m. For 3rd – 5th graders. This virtual program features stories sure to pique the interest of older elementary students. For more information, call (919) 563-6431.

Stay at Home Crafts. For adults. Starting on September 21, reserve a craft kit online and pickup at your preferred library location. The kits will contain the materials, instruction, and a video link so that you can expertly create your own masterpiece. For more information, call your local library location.

September 22

Alamance County Public Libraries Facebook Page: Virtual Storytime. 10:30 a.m. For children ages 2 – 5 and their caregivers. Join us each Tuesday on the Alamance County Public Libraries' Facebook page for a fun, interactive storytime. We will share great stories, songs, and early literacy activities you can do at home. This week's theme is "It's Fall!" For more information, call (336) 229-3588.

Week of September 28th

Take and Make Packets! Ages 5-12. Looking for some fun activities? Check out our Take and Make Packets, full of fun activities, book lists, and fun things to learn! This week's theme is Fall Fun. Contact your library for pickup dates and times.

September 29

Alamance County Public Libraries Facebook Page: Virtual Storytime. 10:30 a.m. For children ages 2 – 5 and their caregivers. Every Tuesday we offer a fun, interactive storytime on our Facebook Page. We will share great stories, songs, and early literacy activities you can do at home. This week's theme is "Bears!" For more information, call (336) 570-6730.

Zoom. Comics Chat. 6:30 pm. For ages 16 and up. Join fellow fans of comics and graphic novels as we discuss a new book each month! This meeting's selection is March Book 1 by John Lewis, Nate Powell, and Andrew Aydin. To register for the program or for more information, please email eweislak@alamancelibraries.org.

September 30

Alamance County Public Libraries Instagram Page: IG Banned Book Challenge. For children in K-5th grade. Have you ever heard of a banned book? Come find out what banned or challenged books are and what are some of the hottest titles on the banned book list. Then take the challenge and post your response to Instagram for a chance to win a bundle of banned books for your shelves. For more information call (336) 226-7185.