Katherine Arends was promoted to the Collection Development Manager for the Alamance County Public Libraries from her position as the Branch Manager of the Mebane Public Library. Congratulations!

How long have you worked with the County? I celebrated my 20 year anniversary this past October (both work and marriage).

Where are you from …


For those who haven’t been introduced to podcasts, think of them as radio programs you can listen to “on demand” over the internet. There are over a million podcasts available on a range of topics from providers like Spotify, Amazon and iTunes.

As book lovers, there are an abundance of podcasts on books …

Favorite Books 2020

This Was Our Pact by Ryan Andrews, “The art in this drew me to it, but the story was lovely and weird. It was about how if you keep going, you may just see some amazing things.” –Kaity M., May Memorial Library

Honestly Adoption by Mike and Kristin Berry, “Mike and Kristen have …

Meet Kayleigh Dyer

Kayleigh Dyer was recently promoted to the Technical Processing Assistant for the Alamance County Public Libraries from her part-time position at the Graham Public Library. Congratulations!

How long have you worked with the County?It’ll be seven years in February 2021.

Where are you from originally?I’ve lived a bit all over NC; Bahama, Hillsborough …

Grab & Go

The Alamance County Public Libraries will be implementing “Grab & Go” service. Patrons can browse the collection, make a quick selection of materials, check out, and exit the building.  Expected visit times should be limited to 30 minutes for browsing or 1 hour on the computer.

In order to ensure everyone’s safety:

The Mobile Library is Coming!

We are hard at work getting our new Mobile Library ready and hope our new vehicle will be able to begin services soon!  This project began as an idea about four years ago. It has been fun to rediscover the history of Bookmobile services in Alamance County.  Carrying over 400 books, a …

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Will You Share your Wi-Fi to Help Alamance County Students and Families?

Our community is fighting back against the COVID-19 threat by staying home and staying apart. That means protecting ourselves and our neighbors by learning, studying and working from home. Having a reliable internet connection at home is something most of us …

We're Still Here For You

While the Alamance County Public Library buildings are still closed to the public, this in no way means that we have stopped serving our community.  We are working diligently to get our buildings ready to welcome the community again with safety and social distancing precautions in place. In the meantime, don’t forget …