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March Monthly Highlight: Let's Get Started

During the month of March the library will highlight our preschool classes. Preschool classes are three times weekly. The classes focus on traditional core approaches to learning, as well as, incorporating the use of S.T.E.A.M. education methodology with focuses on science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. The library is hosting a preschool class Community Read-In.  We would like to invite community members to volunteer to read a story during our preschool classes. Come join us for a fun educational experience! 


March 20, 2015 - Gaming Day

If you like playing video and board games stop by the library and join us for an afternoon of fun! 4:00 PM


March 28, 2015 - Bookin' to the Movie

Calling all teens and tweens, if you love to read and watch movies join us at Bookin' to the Movie. Movie: Divergent (rated PG-13)  1:00 PM


April Monthly Highlight: Giving Words A Voice

During the month of April the library will celebrate National Poetry Month. Throughout the month  stop by the library and check out our display featuring various poetry books and on April 21, 2015  meet the poets from the Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poet series.


April 13, 2015 - Adult Book Club

The library's adult book club will discuss the book, The White Queen by Philippa Gregory. 4:00 PM 


April 14, 2015 - Library Board of Trustees Meeting - 5:30 PM


April 17, 2015 - Gaming Day

If you like playing video and board games stop by the library and join us for an afternoon of fun!  4:00 PM 


 

Get started on the road to entertainment and education this summer by visiting your library and joining the 2014 Summer Reading Program. This year’s theme is science. Therefore, the library will offer a variety of engaging programs in which patrons can hone practical science skills. In addition, the Summer Reading Program will complement the STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art,  and math) program that the library has incorporated in their preschool classes.

 The library will host programs for all ages. The programs are Fizz, Boom, Read (Children), Spark a Reaction (Teen) and Literary Elements (Adults).

 The purpose of the children’s program is to entice young people to read throughout the summer in order to keep up the skills they learned during the school year. Also the program encourages adults to try new literary genres.

 

Schedule

Children’s programs will be held weekly on Thursdays @ 10 AM and 2PM; June 26 – August 14, 2014

Teen programs will be held bi-weekly on Wednesdays @ 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM – June 25 – August 6, 2014

Adult programs start on June 16, 2014

 

Children and Teen  Finale—August 14, 2014

Guest: Mad Science of Hampton Roads

 

For more information, please access the library’s web page http://library.earlibrary.org/pasquotank/

 

 

 

 

 

April 18, 2015 - Bookin' to the Movie
Calling all teens and tweens, if you love to read and watch movies join us at Bookin' to the Movie. Movie: The Fault in Our Stars (rated PG-13) 1:00 PM 

The library will host poets from the Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poets Series for a poetry reading. 6:30 PM

                
 

 closed   The library will be closed April 3-4, 2015 in observance of the Easter Holiday. 

  

 

 

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Library Director's Welcome and Goals

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History

The Pasquotank-Camden Library roots started in 1926…
 

 

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Library @ A Glance

The Library is the communty's place to access essential information, technology, programs, and services.            
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Highlights  

 
  • The North Carolina Heritage Room (Genealogy)The Heritage Room houses a diverse collection of materials which document the history of Pasquotank County and surrounding areas.


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Private donations in addition to our county and state funding help keep our services "Free To All" and increase the number and variety of services available.

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