What's new at SCPL
Great news!!! All libraries are open, and our computers systems are operational!!!
SCPL is proud to offer our patrons online courses like Resume Writing, Digital Photography, Homeschooling, Grant Writing, Creative Writing, and 100's more through our new Gale Courses database. Simply click on the Online Resources tab above or the Gale Courses link above and then have your email address and library card handy to sign up and start learning. It's free to everyone who has a library card. Good luck and have fun!!
Come join us for our Summer reading program this year if your between the ages of 5 and 12 to learn about volcanoes, play in dirt, and see wonderful fizzy explosions. Registration begins at your local library on June 9th.
Come to the our next storytime dressed as your favorite book character, parade around the library, play games, and have a special treat on us to celebrate children's literature. Storytimes and locations are:
Bryan Memorial Library in Newton Grove on May 6th at 5
Roseboro Public Library on May 7th at 5
JC Holliday Library in Clinton on May 13th at 5
Miriam Lamb Memorial Library in Garland on May 14 at 5
Storytime is open to all children Kindergarten through 5th grade, but if you're a kid at heart or old enough to still still for a few minutes, come join us in the fun. For additional information, call 592-4153 and ask to speak to Ms. Addie, our Children's Librarian. She'd love to hear from you.
Starting today, the J. C. Holliday Library is hosting a discard book sale. The sale will include children's, YA, and adult fiction and non-fiction books, a few DVD's, videos, audiobooks on CD and cassette, and magazines (National Geographic and Life going back to 1960!).
The sale will operate during the library's open hours of 9-6 M-F and 11-5 on Sat until April 25th.
All proceeds will go to purchase more books and support the programming budget, so come out and support your local library!!
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Library Director Heather Bonney is interested in starting a reading club. The Clinton Library is not open until 11 on Saturdays, so her thoughts are to meet once every other month to discuss an agreed upon book. Anyone interested in joining is asked to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
Ms. Addie Hodges, our children's librarian, will play games, have hot chocolate, and give special treats to everyone who comes to this "love"-ly storytime.
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