For adults

The library is not just for kids (although we love them) and not just about books (although we’ve got them). We offer a wide range of adult-specific programs and services created to inspire lives and transform our community. Wherever you are in life, we’re there for you.

At the library, you can:

There’s something for everyone – come check us out!

Upcoming events

STEAM Take and Make: Winter Paper Crafts

Friday, December 09, 2022 • All day

Main Library

Crafts to keep you cozy! In this Take and Make Kit, fold and cut fun winter designs to decorate your space....

Ages: Adult, Elementary School, Emerging Adult: 18-24 Year Olds, High School, Intergenerational, Middle School, Senior Citizen, Teen, Tweens: 9-12 Year Olds

Top 10 Favorites Bookmarks

Friday, December 09, 2022 • All day

South Regional Library

We want to know what your top 10 favorite books are! Stop by the South Regional Library Information Desk to fill out a Top 10 Faves Form OR email your top 10 to Jessica at jllundin@dconc.gov. Be sure to include the...

Ages: Adult, Elementary School, Emerging Adult: 18-24 Year Olds, High School, Intergenerational, Kindergarten, Middle School, Senior Citizen, Teen, Tweens: 9-12 Year Olds

Family Storytime

Saturday, December 10, 2022 • 10:30am - 11:00am

Southwest Regional Library (Southwest Meeting Room - Full Room)

Join us for a Saturday morning Family Storytime that will include stories, fingerplays and interactive songs!...

Ages: Baby, Elementary School, Intergenerational, Kindergarten, Pre-School, Toddler

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Meet the adult services librarians

Adult services librarian Phil

Phil

Location: East Regional Library

Phil is a Tar Heel alum who dabbled in several dozen professions before settling on librarianship. He is an independently published fantasy author who is active in the regional writing scene and is slowly figuring out how to convert his love of fantasy football into another secondary career. Phil continues riding his bike to work, even though he’s been struck by moving cars on a number of occasions.

Pronouns: he/him

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