• Computer Appointments Available
    Public Computer Appointments begin Monday, June 29, 2020. Admittance is for no more than two people per computer. Individuals wanting their own computer need to make a separate appointment. Sessions will last only for one hour, and may not be extended. You may only schedule one session per day, and… From the Director’s Desk
  • Meet Susie Flores
    Congratulate Susie on her promotion to the to the Mobile Library driver! Previously the Mobile Cafe driver, Susie is fluent in Spanish and will be in charge of running our Mobile Library service, which we hope to have on the road by Fall 2020 (pending any further health pandemic delays).… From the Director’s Desk
  • Curbside Service
    Curbside service will adhere to the following guidelines: Patrons may place items on hold via phone and the website Once items have been pulled, you will be notified by text, email, or phone (whichever you have chosen) Patrons should call when they arrive at the library. May Memorial Library: 336-229-3588… From the Director’s Desk
  • Separated but Not Alone
    Who could have predicted that my first year as the Alamance County Public Library Director would have ended in unprecedented times?  Patrons, staff, community members, and the entire world are sharing in the stress and craziness of this pandemic and how it impacts their everyday lives.  It seems that many… From the Director’s Desk
  • Resources for parents impacted by school closings
    With the announcement by Governor Roy Cooper on Saturday, March 14, that public schools would be closed for at least the next two weeks, families across our county are facing the prospect of keeping their kids engaged in learning from home. The following resources are available to help: Check out… From the Director’s Desk
  • Feeling Sick? Stay Home and Enjoy these Online Resources
  • As of March 16th
    All programming, mobile café and meeting room services are suspended As of Monday, March 16th the Alamance County Public Libraries will be suspending all library programs and public meeting rooms use.  For the safety of the public, under social distancing guidelines we are limiting the services that draw groups of… From the Director’s Desk
  • The Importance of Your Voice
    “Whatever the cost of our libraries, the price is cheap compared to that of an ignorant nation.” – Walter Cronkite Every year businesses, organizations, and governments get their employees together to determine their annual revenue and expenses.  They use data and their experiences from past years to project what might… From the Director’s Desk
  • Staff Picks: Best Books of 2019
    With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo, “With the Fire on High follows Emoni a teenager Afro-LatinX single mother, in her senior year of high school. She is just trying to make it through when a cooking class (something she loves) changes her outlook on her future. With a… From the Director’s Desk
  • Meet Ericka Hill
    Welcome Ericka Hill as the new Branch Manager at the May Memorial Library! How long have you worked with the County? 3 weeks Where are you from originally?Roper, NC What are you most passionate about? Helping under-served and unrepresented youth. Do you have a hobby? I love to do hair.… From the Director’s Desk