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The following list contains programs that matched your search, sorted by program types and date from 9/23/2013 to 9/23/2013.

Program Types: (choose a type to jump to list of programs)
Books/Literature/Writing     Computer Skills/Technology     Educational Support     Gaming     Movies/Films     Sensory Programs     Storytime     


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Banned Books Week
Celebrate the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment at South County Regional Library during Banned Books Week (September 22 - 28, 2013). Adults are invited to complete our Banned Books Week puzzle. Audience: Adults

Banned Books Week: Match-Up Games
Teens: stop by the Beatties Ford Road Regional Library's Information Desk for a game and a sweet treat! Match titles of popular and often-challenged books to quotes from the books. Audience: Teens (12-18) Audience: Teens (12-18)

Banned Books Week: Matchup Game
Teens will match titles of popular and often-challenged books to quotes from the books. Turn in your answers to receive a sweet treat. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Banned Books Week Match Up Game
Come into the Myers Park Library and play our match up game for banned books week! If you complete the matchup challenge, you will earn a sweet treat! Audience: Teens (12-18), Adults

Banned Books Week
Celebrate the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment at the Independence Regional Library during Banned Books Week - September 22 - 28, 2013. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Banned Books Week: Black Out Poetry
Celebrate the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment at the Beatties Ford Road Library during Banned Books Week, September 22 - 28, 2013. Audience: Teens (12-18)

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eBooks and Beyond
Sign up for this interactive program to find out how to get eBooks and other digital content for your smartphone and Android/Apple tablet. Bring your Apple and Android devices and your library card and get ready to take the library wherever you go! Audience: Adults

One on one computer training
This is your opprotunity to receive individual basic computer training. If you need to develop basic computer skills, internet training or basic word training this is the class for you. You decide what is covered in your one on one class. Audience: Adults

Technology Tutoring
One-on-one computer help with a technology tutor for a 1-hour session (6PM & 7PM) every Monday evening. Topics covered include but are not limited to Microsoft Office, Internet, email, and online employment applications. Audience: Adults, Seniors

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Teen Homework Study Zone
No Study Zone Sept 25! Drop by the Hickory Grove Library for the Study Zone, Mondays from 3:00-4:45. Spread out and get some school work done, study for tests, or get help finding books for projects. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Math/Science/English Tutoring for Teens
Prescreened adult volunteer is available at University City Library to tutor teens. First come, first served basis (no sign-up required) for hour sessions. Only one session per night per person please. *Please check in with staff at the Reference Desk prior to seeing a tutor. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Hands-On Charlotte Homework Help
Trained volunteers from Hands-On Charlotte provide homework assistance to children in grades K-12. Tutoring is provided every Monday that CMS is in session. Audience: School Age (5-11), Preteen (10-11), Teens (12-18)

Paws to Read
Children boost reading skills and confidence by reading aloud to a volunteer therapy dog. Audience: Families

Gamingback to top

Learn, Connect, Play: Wii
Develop literacy, critical thinking and teamwork skills with video games! Audience: Teens (12-18)

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Monday Movies @ Beatties Ford Road Regional Library
Join us for a movie screening and light refreshments - or better yet, why not bring your lunch and enjoy your food with the film? While you're here, check out a book from one of our handy displays relating to the movie or the movie's subject. Audience: Adults, Seniors

Hispanic Heritage Month Movie Series
Please join us in recognizing Hispanic Heritage Month by attending our Hispanic movie series. This evening we are showing: A Better Life. Topic: Every father wants more for his son. Rated: PG-13 Audience: Adults

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Sensory Storytime
Join us for this storytime filled with stories, songs, and activities specifically designed for children with autism spectrum disorders, sensory integration issues, or other developmental disabilities. Audience: Families

Sensory Storytime
Children practice their communication, social, and participation skills through books and activities. For children with disabilities or special needs and their families. Audience: Families, Preschool (3-5), Toddlers (18-35 months)

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Baby Storytime
Babies experience brain stimulation through language and socialization. New sights and sounds are shared with a parent/caregiver through books, songs, and rhymes. For infants to walkers up to 18 months. Audience: Babies (0-17 months)

Baby Storytime
Babies experience brain stimulation through language and socialization. Engage your little one with new sights and sounds through books, songs, and rhymes. Audience: Babies (0-17 months), Toddlers (18-35 months)

Baby Storytime (ages 0-17 months)
Babies experience brain stimulation through language and socialization. New sights and sounds are shared with a parent/caregiver through books, songs, and rhymes. Registration begins August 20. Audience: Babies (0-17 months)

Sensory Storytime
Join us for this storytime filled with stories, songs, and activities specifically designed for children with autism spectrum disorders, sensory integration issues, or other developmental disabilities. Audience: Families

Toddler Storytime
Toddlers build language skills, participate in music and movement activities, and discover the fun of books. Explore letters, sounds, and new words through stories and activities. Audience: Toddlers (18-35 months)

Preschool Storytime: Just For Me
Preschoolers engage with books and activities that encourage language and pre-reading skills. For ages 3-5 without a parent or caregiver. Audience: Preschool (3-5)

Baby Storytime (Mondays at 11:15)
Babies experience brain stimulation through language and socialization. New sights and sounds are shared with a parent/caregiver through books, songs, and rhymes. Ages: Up to 17 months. Please see LEARN MORE about attendance Audience: Babies (0-17 months)

Family Storytime
Bring your whole family out to enjoy stories, songs, and movement activities that support early literacy skill development and help foster a love of books and reading in your child. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate. Audience: Families, Preschool (3-5)

Sensory Storytime
Children practice their communication, social, and participation skills through books and activities. For children with disabilities or special needs and their families. Audience: Families, Preschool (3-5), Toddlers (18-35 months)

Tiny Tots Storytime (ages 18-23 months)
Stories, music and movement for tiny tots. This storytime is designed to develop language, listening and coordination skills. For ages 18-23 months. Registration begins August 20. Audience: Toddlers (18-35 months)

Afternoon Adventures
Want to go on an Afterschool Adventure? Join the library for a theme based storytime and/or activities. There's a different adventure everytime. Audience: School Age (5-11)

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