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Stay at Home Crafts

February 1 - February 5

For adults. Stop by any library location this week to pick-up a craft kit. The kits will contain the materials and instructions so that you can expertly create your own masterpiece. For more information, call your local library location.

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12:00 pm

Mayor’s Book Club

February 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

Join Mayor Ian Baltutis for a monthly book club. This month’s selection is Caste: the origins of our discontents by Isabel Wilkerson and copies are available for pickup at May Memorial Library. This meeting will be held virtually over Zoom. For more information, email  [email protected] or call 336-229-3588.

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4:00 pm

Storytime STEM for Schoolagers

February 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

Zoom.Storytime Stem for Schoolagers. 4:00 p.m. For children in elementary school.Did you ever dream of building your own car? Join Ms. Barbara on Zoom forStorytime STEM for Schoolagers. She will share the book “Roy Makes a Car” byMary E. Lyons and then help you build your own mini car out of materials fromaround your home.… Storytime STEM for Schoolagers

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Book Reviews

The Thursday Murder Club

I love mystery novels of all kinds, from the fluffiest cozies to the grittiest police novel…

The Potlikker Papers

Distinguished food writer John Edge talks about the Civil Rights movement and the New South eating scene via the lens of its foodways and culinary traditions.

The Thirty Names of Night

The Thirty Names of Night is Zeyn Joukhandar’s follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut novel, The Map of Salt and Stars.

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