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January Monthly Highlight: It's All About Technology!
Personalized one-on-one sessions offered
During the month of January the library will highlight our computer classes. Do you have a new mobile device or tablet that you are learning how to use? Or maybe you just need to brush up on a specific computer skill. Do you find the idea of using a computer a bit intimidating? Never fear the library is here to assist you. Whether you are a novice or tech - savy, let our computer instructors help you with your technology needs.


January 26 - February 28, 2015 - Blind Date with a Book
Spice up your reading life by going on a blind date...with a book!
To get your date started:
1. Select a wrapped book
2. Check it out
3. Unwrap it
4. Read and Review
5. Return your review by February 28th
Win a dinner and a movie package for two!

February 9, 2015 - Adult Book Club
The library's book club will discuss the book, The Supremes at Earl's all you can eat by Edward Kelsey Moore.  4:00 PM   

During the month of February the library will highlight the culture, accomplishments, and history of the African American community.
 
Black History Month Programs:

 

February 12, 2015 - Screening of Alice's Ordinary People

Chicago filmmaker, Mr. Craig Dudnick will present his acclaimed documentary, Alice's Ordinary People. The documentary is about an unsung civil rights hero, Alice Tregay.  Ms. Tregay worked tirelessly for decades across the United States to register African Americans to vote.  6:00 PM

 

February 19, 2015 - Pasquotank County's Famous First

The library will honor the past and present achievements of African Americans (Famous First) from Pasquotank County. Our guest speaker will be Mr. James A. Gregory who retired from the United States Department of Defense after 36 years of service. Mr. Gregory is the first person from Pasquotank County to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from North Carolina State University.  6:00 PM


February 27, 2015 - Gaming Day - 4:00 PM


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. Come join us for a fun educational experience! 

 

 

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/

 

 

 

 

 

                  
 

jobvacancy Pasquotank County Library - Part Time Library Assistant I

Duties will include, but not limited to assisting patrons at the circulation desk, assisting patrons with computers, and shelving materials. Qualifications: Reguired high school diploma; Preferred: at least 60 semester hours of college, the ability to communicate with a diverse population, proficient with computers, and the ability to navigate the internet. Applications are available: Pasquotank County's website or the Human Resources Department at 206 E. Main Street (2nd Floor - Courthouse) 

 

 

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Library Director's Welcome and Goals

We strive to meet the educational, informational and recreational needs...
 
 

History

The Pasquotank-Camden Library roots started in 1926…
 

 

Past Events

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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.


Tell Us What You Think!

 

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Support Your Library

Library Board of Trustees, Friends of the Library, and the Library Foundation

 

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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Library Hours:  Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. | Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

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