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North Channel Book Club

Empty Mansions by Bill Dedman A sixty year old estate for sale... A home never lived in... A reclusive heiress... Award-winning journalist Bill Dedman was intrigued and thus began his journey into the life of the reclusive and extremely wealthy Huguette Clark.

Teen Tech Week @NC

TeenTechWeek2015This week, March 8th – 14th, is Teen Tech Week 2015. This year’s theme is “Libraries are for Making!”  North Channel Branch will host two Teen Tech Week programs for teens and tweens.  

Teen Mission--International Space Station

Astronaut & Space Station  Did you know that the International Space Station completes an Earth orbit revolution every hour and a half?  Learn this and more by checking out our exhibit on the International Space Station, courtesy of NASA.  We will be hosting this exhibit until Thursday, October 30th. Teens will also have the chance to learn more about the

Gulf Coast Reads @NC

Remember Ben Clayton by Stephen HarriganFor Lamar Clayton, the statue of his son was a cry for redemption.

Early Voting @ Your Library

 

Vote

Early voting for the November 4, 2014 General and Special Elections will be open from October 20-31, 2014.

Where can I vote early?
"Any qualified voter may vote in person at the main early voting polling place or at any other designated early voting branch location during designated times." -- Harris Votes

Teen Read Week

Reading TeenTeens, join us for Teen Read Week at North Channel Branch from Monday, Oct. 13th, through Saturday, Oct. 18th.  We will host two programs that feature this year’s theme, “Turn Dreams into Reality @ Your Library.”  

North Channel Book Club

The Silver Linings Play Book by Matthew Quick  Freshly home from “the bad place,” Pat Peoples works out and strives to become more literate, ever hopeful that “apart time” will end and his estranged wife, Nikki, will return to him.

North Channel Book CLub

The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk KiddThe relationship between girls isn’t always easy.  For Sarah and Hetty, the relationship is complex, to say the least.  It is 1803 in Charleston, South Carolina.  Sarah Grimké has just turned eleven and her mother is determined to give her a present.  The gift, though, happens to be a ten-year-old slave named Hetty (or Handful, if you ask

Teen Summer Reading Program

Spark A Reaction Logo The Teen Summer Reading Program is drawing to a close.  Three more programs remain for teens and tweens.  This afternoon, Aug. 5th, join us in the meeting room to design a marble run.  On Wednesday, Aug. 6th stop by and play games on our Wii.  Then, wrap up the week by creating a smart phone amp on Thursday, Aug 7th.

Teen Summer Program-Molecule Build

Candy DNATeens and tweens, we will use tasty treats to build edible models of molecules and DNA. The experiment begins on Thursday, July 31st at 4 pm in the North Channel meeting room.  Join the laboratory crew for a yummy program.

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