All NWRL branches will be closed Monday, September 1st for Labor Day. Libraries will reopen at their regular time on Tuesday, September 2nd.
Mark your calendars. There will be a quilting workshop for all in the Sparta area on Thursday, October 16th at 9:00 am-12:00 noon at the Alleghany Public Library. This workshop is to prepare material for the upcoming NWRL tie quilt raffle. Volunteers are needed to take apart the ties, iron, and cut the resulting fabrics into squares. Bring seam rippers and small scissors; other equipment will be provided. Other workshops will be announced later at other NWRL libraries. For more information please call Joan Sanders at 336-835-6351.
Did you know that you can download ebooks for kids from NWRL? The link for Sebco ebooks for kids can be found on the right hand side the of the screen with the green bookworm. Use the login and password listed with the link and then enter your library card number. If you have any questions, please contact your local NWRL branch for more information.
For the first time Northwestern Regional Library has digital local history items on www.digitalnc.org. The Digital Heritage Center supports community engagement and lifelong learning by promoting and increasing access of the historical collections and North Carolina’s cultural heritage through digitization. The Center is supported by the State Library of North Carolina, with funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library and Services and Technology Act, and by the UNC-Chapel Hill University Library.
NWRL is proud to launch the year long Geek the Library campaign. This community-based campaign will raise the awareness of the importance of library funding. Stop by your local NWRL branch and see what we're geeking!
Click here for a message from Honorary Chair of Library Card Sign-up Month Stan Lee.
For the month of September NWRL branches will be waiving the replacement cost for library cards. Also check you with your local branch for activities celebrating Library Card Sign-up Month.
The Mount Airy Public Library has been given a new collection of books and DVDs dealing with grief. The donation was made thanks to Josh Armstrong, the grief counselor at the Mountain Valley Hospice. The resources are available for check out in a special section and may be checked out through any of the 13 NWRL branches. For more information, please contact the Mount Airy Public Library.
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