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April 2011
New! NC Museum of History Exhibit: The Story of North Carolina - Part I

North Carolina’s early history unfolds through this engaging, interactive exhibit that traces life in North Carolina from its earliest inhabitants through the 1830s.  Walk through the state’s fourth-oldest house, which was built in 1742 in Pitt County. Step inside a reproduction of an American Indian dwelling, and enter an exhibit area resembling the hold of a 1700s pirate ship.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about the interesting people and events that have shaped North Carolina.  Admission is free.  The Story of North Carolina - Part II, opening Nov. 5, will tell the rest of the state’s story.

Click here to find out more information.

Happy National Library Week 2011!

State of America's Libraries report released yesterday by the American Library Association.

Read about the top ten challenged books, e-book controversy, wireless internet usage soars, taxpayers trust libraries, job-seekers and entrepreneurs turn to libraries, 65% of public visit libraries, and budget cuts.


Please visit or contact us.  We’re here to help you!

Upcoming Library Class - NCGA Website

Join us this Thursday (April 7th) afternoon 2-3 in 211 LOB for an overview of the NCGA website.
You'll learn how to locate bills, statutes and session laws; where to find committee information, legislative calendars, redistricting info and more. There'll be time at the end for specific "Where do I find...?" questions. This is a demo class, so no need to sign up in advance.  Just come!  
Call Julia in the Library at 733-7778 if you have any questions.  Hope to see you there.

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