Summer Reading Program for Children, Teens and Adults.
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Computer Classes -- Description and schedule
A Sorenson videophone for use by the hearing impaired is available at May Memorial Library.
Book Club kits available to local book clubs
Library Book Clubs
Adopt-A-Book Memorial and Gift Program
Agendas and information packets for the Alamance County Commissioners meetings will be made available at all Alamance County Public Libraries locations on each Friday that precedes a Monday meeting. Agendas for municipal meetings will be made available at the appropriate library location.
Magazines at Alamance County Public Libraries
Children's Magazines at Alamance County Public Libraries
Free Online Courses and Instructional Aids
Public Records Related to Law, Crime and Credit
This Day in North Carolina History
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Check out the North Carolina Literary Map
for works written about North Carolina and authors who were born in North Carolina, who currently live or have lived in North Carolina, who have written about North Carolina, or who have made a significant contribution to the North Carolina's literary landscape.
Index to the Raleigh News & Observer 1926 - 1992