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A 30 minute interactive program designed for children ages 2-10 with developmental disabilities and challenges (all inclusive). A parent/guardian or caretaker must be present for the program. Need more information? Call and ask for Lynae at 704-663-1807.
Drop in for some after dinner stories.
Receive a craft at the youth services desk to make and take home.
Learn about fire safety, meet a firefighter, and see a real fire truck.
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!
Enjoy a Halloween story and make some spectacular crafts.
It's time for pumpkins. Make a pumpkin project to display at home.
Listen to a fun monster themed story and then make a monster puppet.
Listen to a fly guy adventure story and then make your very own fly guy.
Enjoy listening to a Fall themed story and then have fun making a hedgehog and owl craft. For children age 3-5. Registration required. Registration begins September 16 @ 9:00am.
Come to the library to create simple projects for the community.
Conduct some spooky Halloween experiments. For children in grades K-6. Registration is required.
Use your imagination to create with legos. This program will be held in the youth services community room down stairs. For children in grades k-7.
Best-selling, North Carolina author, Robert Whitlow, will visit Mooresville Public Library on October 12th from 12:00-1:00pm for a meet and greet reception. Fans of John Grisham’s legal thrillers will be pleased to discover Mr. Whitlow. Three of his most ...Read on...
This program will take place on Wednesday, October 12th from 2-3pm in the Selma Burke Room, located on the main floor of the library. This program will cover gardening basics with an emphasis for gardening practices for the fall. Bring any gardening ques...Read on...
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!
Yu-Gi-Oh! Let's Duel! This program is open to teens in grades 8-12. Registration is not required. Sign-In at the meeting dates. Players of all levels are welcome. Please bring your own cards!
Banned Books Week 2016 will be celebrated September 25 -October 1. Come join us in the Selma Burke Room on Friday, September 30th from 4-5:30pm as we create a video proclaiming the virtues of the freedom to read that will be featured on a dedicated YouTub...Read on...
If you are like most of us, you try to get the most “bang for your buck.” Your local tax dollars already support public libraries all across Iredell County, including Mooresville Public Library, offering access to movies, books, and other materials and s...Read on...
Police Chief Damon Williams announced this morning that Major R. Bryan Anderson has been named Deputy Police Chief for the Mooresville Police Department.
Anderson has been with Mooresville Police Department since 1999, having served in various positio...Read on...
The Town of Mooresville Cultural and Recreation Services Department has released their Master Plan to address the community vision and needs and determine a roadmap to fulfill that need with existing and proposed facilities.
The Board of Commissioners will hold their first meeting of October on Monday, October 3 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Executive Board Room at Town Hall, and the public is invited to attend.
Beginning September 26, West McLelland Avenue will close from South Academy Street to South Broad Street for repair work. This portion will remain closed until work is complete, which is expected to be 2-3 weeks. During this process, traffic will be re-ro...Read on...
Planning is underway on a proposed project to improve traffic capacity and reduce congestion on a 15-mile stretch of N.C. 150 – from N.C. 16 Bypass in Catawba County to just west of the U.S. 21/N.C. 150 interchange in Mooresville in Iredell County.
Stay informed on traffic disruptions and road closures during construction of the I-77 Express Lanes.