Monday, October 21, 2019
Join us each Monday in September and October at Midwood Park to enjoy stories, songs, and movement activities that support early literacy skill development and help foster a love of books and readi
Babies experience brain stimulation through language and socialization. Engage your little one with new sights and sounds through books, songs, and rhymes.
This club allows you to work on your public speaking skills in a supportive setting. Prepare and deliver a speech and receive immediate feedback from your peers. New members welcome.
One-on-one computer help with a technology tutor for a 1-hour session (12PM-1PM) on Monday afternoons.
Need assistance with your resume, email, job application, digital device (iPad, Kindle, etc.), or with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher)?
Join us as we celebrate the world. Each month we will be exploring a different country.
Join the Hickory Grove Senior Readers Group on the third Monday of each month at 1:00 pm. New members are welcome. October's Discussion: The Paris Wife by Paula McClain
Join us as we chat about a novel and participate in related activities. The book to be discussed is Airborn by Kenneth Oppel.
Join us as we celebrate a different time period each month. The October topic will be 1930s and 1940s.
Life is stressful, come take a break in a soothing environment and try different stress release techniques.
Drop by the Steele Creek Library for the Study Zone from 3-5pm. Spread out and get some school work done, study for tests, or get homework help or free online tutoring.
Children and parents will participate in stories, songs and movement activities that build both gross and fine motor skills, which children need to develop in order to read and write.
Join us for Art Club! We provide some supplies and your provide the creativity. This program promotes creativity, imagination and story building.
Children can register for a one-on-on math tutor session with a teen volunteer. Please call to register. Must specify child's age, grade level and the subject matter they need help with.
Working on your college applications? Join us for a college application marathon! This program is designed to help you figure out your next step to successfully plan for your future.
Messy Makerspace is open to ages 10-18. 3D printing, vinyl cutting, virtual reality, a heat press, and iMacs with various software are available for use.
If you are between the ages of 5-11 come receive free homework help from a Cornelius Library volunteer in 1-on-1 or group settings. This is a drop-in program - no registration required!
Increase your reading confidence, fluency and comprehension by reading aloud with a library volunteer during a 30-minute 1-on-1 session. Call 704-416-3800 to register.
**Math Only**Students in grades 6th-12th or early college program can receive free homework help from volunteers in a 1-on-1 session. Sessions available on a first come, first serve basis.
Participate with coding activities at University City Regional Library to support the Girls Who Code mission of closing the gender gap in technology. This is a 5 week program.
Drop by the University City Regional Library for the Study Zone during 5-7pm on Mondays. Spread out and get some school work done or study for tests.
If you are between the ages of 5-11, increase your reading confidence, fluency and comprehension by reading aloud with a library volunteer during a 30-minute 1-on-1 session.*Registration is limited
If you are between the ages of 5-11, increase your reading confidence, fluency and comprehension by reading aloud with a library volunteer during a 30-minute 1-on-1 session.
Learn mathematical concepts of sorting, building, and geometry while using Lego building blocks.
Students ages 5-11 can receive free homework help in math or science from high school student volunteers in a group setting. Registration is not required.
All are welcome! Each Monday from 5PM-6PM. Join this group to practice communicating in Spanish with other adults in a relaxed group environment. No Registration Required.
Innovate, experiment, and explore the arts! This session we'll be learning the basics of color theory and the different terminology used to describe colors.
If you are between the ages of (5-11), increase your reading confidence, fluency and comprehension by reading aloud with a volunteer during a 30-minute 1-on-1 session.