• 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 … Read more
  • Libraries Closed as 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18th
    Alamance County Public Libraries will be Closed as 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18th for the foreseeable future. As of 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18, the Alamance County Public Libraries will be closed to the public. This decision was made due to the nature of the library as a … Read more
  • 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 … Read more
  • 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 … Read more
  • Thank You!
    Alamance County Public Libraries underwent a lot of changes in 2019, including the loss of our South Annex Library due to hurricane water damage and the retirement of our Director.  Through it all staff have worked hard to continue to provide learning opportunities and services to our community.  We have … Read more
  • Library Committee – Graham Vacancy
  • 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 … Read more
  • 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. … Read more
  • Meet Candice Sanders
    Welcome Candice Sanders as the new Children's Services Manager at the May Memorial Library! How long have you worked with the County?  2 Weeks Where are you from originally?Tennessee What are you most passionate about?  I'm passionate about helping people. Do you have a hobby? I love to make and … Read more