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It's time once again for Science in the Summer Registration. Slots fill up fast and registration begins at 9 AM on;
March 5th for Louisburg all levels
March 6th for Youngsville Levels 1 and 2
March 12th for Franklinton All Levels
March 13th for Youngsville Level 3
Click here for registration information!
The Franklin County Library is now part of a digital content consortium just for kids called NC Kids Digital Library. It is managed by Overdrive just like e-iNC. There are some very exciting formats available including read-alongs.
The library recently had a successful computer class and we will be focusing on adult programs. We will look to do at least one per month of some type. If you have suggestions for adult programming you may email them to email@example.com. The next class we will have will be Resume Writing a date is not yet set.
Do you circulate digital content like ebooks but are not seeing the titles or genres you'd like? Send us a request at firstname.lastname@example.org marked digital content request and in many cases the item can be available to you within 48 hours!
Your circulation histories are now available. Once a calendar year you may request a history of your circulated materials sorted by author or title free of charge. Please note the history can only go back as far as 2012. We are required to collect written consent from the responsible party of each account to release history records to patrons. You may get the form here or at any library branch.
Have you visited the Louisburg Central Library lately, if so please fill out this short survey to help us better identify your needs.
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On November 11, 2014 the NC Division of Veterans Affairs released a Resource Guide for Veterans, their Dependents and Survivors. This 66-page guide is designed to assist and educate veterans in learning about state and federal veteran benefits. Click on the flag above or here to find the document.
You often see that Cardinal on the library website and you know it means something but you’re not sure what. The counties in red are part of NC Cardinal Consortium. What that means for you is that materials are available from all of these locations and if you happen to be in another Cardinal System's Library your Franklin County Library Card works there too!
Our link to e-iNC, ebooks for young readers and adults; Mostly Fiction!
LibGuides are available to help patrons with many topics including eBook devices.
Ancestry Library Edition and African American Heritage by ProQuest are only available inside the libraries. Remote access is not available.
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