Do you own a Nook ereader? The library will be offering a class on Wednesday, February 1, at 10 am, on how to use the device and how to download free ebooks from READS (the Regional E-book and Audiobook Download System).

Free aerobics classes continue at the library each Monday and Wednesday mornings at 8:00 am. If you would like to be a part of these classes, call the library at 968-3239 to register.

February is designated as the month to celebrate Black History. The library will once again this year have a very nice display of “Local African-Americans of Achievement.” The following people will be featured this year: Charlotte Hart Beard, Shelia J. Bomer, Reuben Glene Buck, Gloria Harmon Carver, Robert Carver, Janna Seay Gordon, Jerry Patrick Henry, Rubye Nell Broadnax Hill, Galen Myron Johnson, Keeambra Johnson, Rosalind Renee Johnson, Steve Allen Parker, Anthony (Tony) Lynn Robertson, Felecia Hart Robertson, Barbara Beasley Ross, Dorothy L. Johnson Sanders, Daniel Sears, Rhonda A. (McCorry) Smith, Zachary William Staten, Officer Tracye Monique Pearson Taylor, Tammy Parker-Tuggles, and Eula Werthing Whittaker. We would like to thank Mrs. Joy Johnson once again for the dedication she has shown and time she has invested in bringing this display to the community.

Preschool Story Time will meet on Monday, February 6, at 10 am.

Negro Spirituals will also be performed live at the library on Tuesday, February 7, from 12:00-2:00.

The Library Board will be meeting on Thursday, February 9, at 5:30, in the library.

The Library Book Club will meet on Monday, February 13, at 3:30, to discuss Room by Emma Donoghue. Please join them for some stimulating conversation.