Black History Program, 2014
On February 27, the library presented a night of reflection featuring Dr. Hilary Green. Dr. Green discussed the book, While the World Watched by Carolyn McKinstry. Check out the library's Black History Program trailer! If you subscribe to our YouTube page you will receive updates on our upcoming videos.
The library is pleased to announce that great efforts have been made to alert and assist patrons who are studying for the new GED 2014. The exam is getting its first face-lift in more than a decade to make it more rigorous and aligned to skills needed for college and today's workplace.
Need answers to questions regarding the new assessment, patrons can locate answers to their question by visiting the library's online database (Learning Express
) which is geared towards GED 2014 or check out the new books that the library has for patron use. In addition, you can access additional information regarding the GED 2014 by accessing the following web site: GED Testing Service
The library is pleased to announce that it has been awarded $100.00 from It's Fashion to purchase materials for the bookmobile.
10/24/2013 - What was life like in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools in the 1920s? The answers are now just a click away. Thanks to the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center, yearbooks from Central High, Elizabeth City High, and P. W. Moore Junior-Senior High are now available online. The Library contributed 29 yearbooks from its local history collection to be digitized. The yearbooks are searchable by any word or phrase in the text. The books may be viewed by several formats (e.g. PDF, plain text or ePub). When browsing the yearbooks it is best to use the "Read Online" version. The yearbooks range in date from 1921 to 1963.
10/2/2013 - The Library is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $900.00 grant from the City of Elizabeth City's Community Support Grant. The funds will be used to acquire E-books for children.
9/25/2013 - Affordable Care Act Fact Sheet
- If you have specific questions about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act please visit Healthcare.gov
the official Affordable Care Act web site or contact your local Social Services or Health Department.
8/19/2013 - The Library is interested in your opinions pertaining to library programs for our adult users. Please take a moment to fill out this short survey, which will aid us in responding to the needs of our adult patrons. Forms in Microsoft Word format may be filled out and returned to the library or emailed to Charlene Bond
. Forms in PDF format must be printed, filled out, and returned to the library.
The 2013 Back to School Book Bag Winners - Emma Whiteker and Tavon Williams