Join us for Scout's Honor, a celebration of Harper Lee and To Kill a Mockingbird (coinciding with the publication of her 2nd novel, Go Set a Watchman).
On Tuesday, July 14th there will be a 2:00pm showing of the movie and a discussion of the book at 6:30pm. — Read more!
Our community has started its quest to read 20,000 hours! The theme this year is "Every Hero Has a Story". Track time spent reading and qualify for great prizes, provided by the Friends of the CHPL.
Summer Reading is for all ages. — Learn more!
Meet National Book Award winner Jacqueline Woodson, author of "Brown Girl Dreaming".
Join us at the library on Thursday, July 16th at 6:00pm — sponsored by Flyleaf Books.
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The Banned Books Trading Cards project is back!
Create art based on books that have been banned or challenged to win a cash prize.
Submissions due August 17th. - Read more!
On Wednesday, July 8th, we will host a community conversation about the picture book "King & King" and teaching diversity to children, with a reading by Omar Currie.
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- Scout’s Honor: Celebrating Harper Lee and To Kill a Mockingbird
Matinee and discussion of Harper Lee's life works on July 14th
- Between The Lines - A Community Conversation Series
Introducing a new forum for community conversations about current topics of interest.
- Blood Drive at the Library - July 30th
Give the gift of life at the library!
- Call For Artists: Banned Books 2015
Create art based on banned books. Submissions due August 17th.
- Between The Lines - Community Conversations
July 8, 6:30pm-8:00pm at Meeting Room B
- Online Job Searching and Resume Writing
July 8, 6:00pm-7:30pm at Computer Classroom
Free computer class. Pre-registration required. Call 919-968-2780 for more information.
- Family Movie Matinee Series
July 10, 2:00pm-3:30pm at Meeting Room B
A series of fun movies for children & families. Sponsored by the Friends of the CHPL.