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Step outside and enjoy the summer weather with this interactive storywalk. All month long, visit the Giving Garden at the Canton branch to read the pages of Bee Dance. Complete the storywalk and answer a question or two on the tracker form for a chance to win a special prize! For more information, contact Jennifer at email@example.com or 828.356.2561.
It’s warming up outside and the Haywood County Public Library would like to invite you to join the Summer Reading fun! There’s something for all ages during the months of June and July. You’re invited to attend our in-person programs and performances, as well as pick up free take-and-make kits full of crafts and DIY projects. You can register for Summer Reading beginning June 1st and pick up your challenge sheets and starter bags at all library locations. There will be lots of great prizes for those who participate in the reading challenges! Young readers, children, teens, and adults who finish will have a chance to win one of our grand prize gift baskets, full of great goodies and passes! Summer Reading ends on July 29th.
Stop by the Canton branch during Pollinator Week for fun activities and information about pollinators. For more information, contact Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828.356.2561.
This storytime focuses on rhymes, songs, and simple stories to promote early literacy. Target ages 0-2. All storytimes will be held outside, weather permitting, so bring a blanket to sit on. We will move inside in inclement weather. Certified therapy dogs may be present during this storytime. For more information please contact Lisa at email@example.com or call 828.356.2511.
Learn about plants and gardening in this hands-on monthly meeting of Greenies Garden Club, ideal for adults with disabilities. Each meeting we will enjoy a hands-on experience creating and nurturing our garden projects. Meets on the 4th Wednesdays monthly. To join contact Jennifer Stuart.
Sam Marshall, Extension Agriculture and Horticulture agent will discuss the components of soil; life in the soil, soil nutrition, soil sampling, and how to read a soil test report. Waynesville library auditorium. No registration required. For more information email Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign-up for one-on-one technology help at the Canton branch. Staff will be available, by appointment, to answer questions and assist you in the use
of computers, smartphones, tablets, and e-readers. For more information, or to register, call 828.648.2924.