There is still time to enjoy all our Summer Reading Programs!
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Please update your virtual reading log or turn in your paper reading log by Saturday, August 8th. Check HERE for information on prizes and incentives!
Weave Your Own Bookmark
The art of weaving often has magical powers in many fairy tales and myths. And the best stories have lots of colorful characters and themes woven through them. Weave your own colorful bookmark to use for your summer reading! Kits will be available with yarn, loom, needle, and instructions from your local Craven-Pamlico Regional Library, while supplies last.
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Come Imagine Your Story and make it your reality with a vision board. Join library staff to learn more about vision boards and how they can help you realize your dreams and goals. You can pick up a starter kit with magazines, a glue stick, and a piece of poster board at your local library, while supplies last, or use your own supplies to create your Vision Board.
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Participants will earn an entry into our prize drawings.
Have you always IMAGINED knitting a scarf, a sweater, or a pair of socks? Now is your chance to Learn with Mrs. Fran. She will take you through the steps and have you creating great projects in no time! Participants will earn an entry into our prize drawings.
Container Gardening with Harbourside’s Rachel Tipton
This week during our 2020 Adult Summer Reading Program join Rachel Tipton of Harbourside Garden Company as she creates A Midsummer Night's Dream inspired container garden. Rachel provides helpful gardening tips and insights in today’s program while feeding your inspiration to get out and garden!
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A big thanks to Harbourside Garden Company’s Rachel Tipton for her time, tips and generous donation to our 2020 Summer Reading Program!
Ask Granny© and Beyond - Imagine Your Genealogy
Join Craven-Pamlico Regional Library’s Special Collections Librarian, Victor Jones, as he shares how to create a simple family tree. Learn the skills and research tricks to find your earliest ancestors and discover some of the resources available in the Kellenberger Room to help you on your genealogy quest. Pick up an Ask Granny© kit from your local library, while supplies last.
Video coming soon!