Alamance County Public Libraries will close at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday March 4.
Alamance County Public Libraries
Alamance County Public Libraries provide free and open access to lifelong learning, resources for everyday living, and reading for pleasure in a welcoming environment. Our collections, services and programs enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities.
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News and Events
The February-March 2014 issue of "Check It Out" is now available. "Check It Out" is now bi-monthly.
Notes from the Director -- a monthly column by Library Director M.J. Wilkerson "Support Your Local Libraries"
Visit the Friends of the Library website for more information.
Adopt-A-Book Memorial and Gift Program
10 Reasons to Use Dial-A-Story
Computer Classes -- Description and schedule
Bigger Better Burlington!
View digitized images of Burlington Chamber of Commerce pamphlets from the 1930s through the 1950s.
Burlington by Map and Atlas
This guide is a collection of street maps and atlas information from Burlington North Carolina in the 1920s through the 1950s along with some descriptive demographic information and pictures. This era reflects a time of great growth for the city.
This Day in North Carolina History
The people and places of the Tar Heel state day by day.
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
A Sorenson videophone for use by the hearing impaired is available at May Memorial Library.
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.