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Come to the library for some after dinner stories. For children ages 3-7.
Receive a craft at the youth services desk to make and take home. Make it Take it begins at 9am until supplies last.
A 30 minute interactive program for children ages 2-10 with developmental disabilities or challenges (all inclusive). A parent/guardian or caretaker must be present during the program. Registration starts October 22 at 9AM. Questions? call 704-663-1807.
The new Kids Corner Fall Newsletter is now available! Registration for programs will open two weeks before the events date. You may also subscribe to receive Kids Corner News Flash emails to stay tuned!
Listen to a Thanksgiving story and then have fun making a silly turkey and Thanksgiving headband. For children ages 3-5. Registration required.
Enjoy a Halloween story and make some spooktacular crafts. For children ages 3-5. Registration begins on October 14 at 9am.
Use your imagination to create with legos. For children in grades K-7. The program will take place down stairs in the Youth Services Community Room.
Conduct some fun and exciting science experiments. For children in grades K-6. Registration required.
October25, 26, 27, and 31, 5:30-8:30pm. Selma Burke Room, located on the main floor of the library. Program is open to teens and adults. Bring one of the following: canned mixed vegetables, plastic forks or spoons, toilet paper, or napkins.
Let off some stress by exploring your creative side and coloring! Come join us for relaxing activity, coffee and conversation every Tue. afternoon from 2:00-3:30pm in the Selma Burke room. All are welcome! We have supplies but feel free to bring your own!
A new book club requires no membership/commitment to monthly meetings. Scheduled every three months, with online registration for just that meeting, first come, first serve. 1st book: Ink and Bone by Lisa Unger. Call 704-663-1701 for details.
There is no shortage of suspects when writer Ernie Hammyweight is found dead during a party at the Key West Public Library. It will be up to you to sift through the evidence, analyze the clues, and decide who done it. Registration is open now.
Join us in the Selma Burke Room, located on the main floor of the library to learn how to confidently navigate the basics of Microsoft Word. Find out how to create a document, how to find resume templates, and much more. Registration is required.
Decorate a small pumpkin. Come have fun and make new friends exploring different creative activities in the Selma Burke Room. This program is targeted at adults with special needs or learning disabilities. A different activity is offered each month.
Early voting has begun in Iredell County at the Board of Elections office, 203 Stockton Street in Statesville. Starting October 29, residents may vote at the War Memorial Building located at 220 North Maple Street.
On Monday, October 3 the Town Board approved the Mooresville Comprehensive Housing Strategy. This strategy provides a framework and approach for meeting the housing needs of people living in Mooresville.
Nearly 600 residents contributed to the developm...Read on...
Stay informed on traffic disruptions and road closures during construction of the I-77 Express Lanes.
GoMooresvilleNC is the official mobile app for the Town of Mooresville, NC. The app provides a connection between the Town of Mooresville, NC and its citizens and visitors. Enjoy convenient access to local officials, Town services & events, and social...Read on...
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