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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.

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

Today's events

Creator Kit: Woven Coasters

Monday, May 23, 2022 • All day

East Regional Library

Adults are invited to pick up a Creator Kit with the materials needed to make a Woven Coaster! Each kit will provide the following:...

Ages: Adult, Emerging Adult: 18-24 Year Olds, Senior Citizen

Registration required

Digital Navigator @ Bragtown

Monday, May 23, 2022 • 1:00pm - 6:00pm

Bragtown Branch Library

Do you have a question about how to use your phone? An application on the computer? Or just want to learn something new?  Do you need help getting an affordable computer? Low cost internet?  Make an appointment to sit with a Digital...

Ages: Adult, Intergenerational, Senior Citizen

Plush Pillows

Monday, May 23, 2022 • 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Bragtown Branch Library

Come and make a squishy pillow!  We're going to make no-sew pillows.  You choose your fabric, shape, and size.  It's all your choice!

Ages: Adult, Emerging Adult: 18-24 Year Olds, Intergenerational, Teen, Tweens: 9-12 Year Olds

Mindfulness and Journaling

Monday, May 23, 2022 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Southwest Regional Library (Southwest Meeting Room - Full Room)

In honor of Mental Health Awareness month, learn how to use your creativity for mindfulness and journaling! We will learn three simple art journal techniques. All supplies will be provided. If you have questions or need accommodations for this event,...

Ages: Adult, Emerging Adult: 18-24 Year Olds, Senior Citizen

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Meet the adult services librarians

Adult services librarian 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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