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Why Adults are Reading YA

Adults are reading Young Adult (YA) literature. Yeah, adult adults — grown people with jobs, who pay their own bills, chat about interest rates on mortgages, or maybe even have young adult children themselves. Not only are they reading it, they also make up most of YA literature’s readership.

Community Conversations: The Things We Keep

Do you remember Show & Tell days from elementary school? I remember going home from school the night before, looking around my room, and thinking about what I could take that would seem super cool.

Winter Beauty Survival Guide

Whether you thrive during the winter months, or loathe the onset of colder temperatures, there’s no denying that winter can be unforgivingly tough on your beauty routine. And since studies show that women feel most attractive during summertime, I thought why not share some winter survival tips I’ve found helpful.

Bestsellers & Backyard Fun

It’s that time of year. Dive into Summer Reading with virtual and in-person events planned for the whole family.

Kindness Project

We invite you to join in spreading kindness throughout the month of November. The library offers a series of activities encouraging local residents to be kind to others, be kind to ourselves, be kind to animals and be kind to the earth.

It’s NaNoWriMo Time

Fall is finally here. That means football, pumpkin spice, temperatures below 90 degrees and — for the month of November — NaNoWriMo. NaNoWri—WHAT? National Novel Writing

National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month. It was introduced in 1996 as a way to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry by the Academy of American

NaNoWriMo

Fall is finally here. That means football, pumpkin spice, temperatures below 90 degrees and — for the month of November — NaNoWriMo. NaNoWri—WHAT? National Novel Writing

S.C. Plants the Seed

Want some fresh vegetables? Pelion Branch Library received a book award grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services for their S.C. Plants the

Are You Bored Yet?

Are you already saying or hearing, “I’m Bored” and looking for things to do? Be creative. Visit your local branch to find books to help relieve the tediousness of daily routines.

Apollo 11 Moon Landing

This summer we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. On July 20, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human to

Book Clubs

As library staff and employees, we’re sometimes asked whether people still use the library to check out and read actual books. While digital formatting offers

Summer Programs

Looking for something to do this summer? Check out our calendar of events where you’ll find programs for all ages and a wide variety of

May is Mystery Month

If you haven’t read a mystery lately, there’s no time like now to investigate criminally good fiction. Whether you like your mysteries cozy — or

Heirloom Gardening

About 15 years ago I was introduced to heirloom plants by a family member. I was always somewhat interested in gardening but learning that there

Summer Reading Countdown

The countdown for Summer Reading has officially begun. We’re ready to blast off into a Universe of Stories and endless possibilities.

Genealogy

Have you thought about researching your family history? We have programs and resources that can help you get started. Genealogy workshops demonstrate how to use

National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month. It was introduced in 1996 as a way to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry by the Academy of American

Crafts for Adults

HAVE FUN. BE CREATIVE. GET MESSY. The urge to have fun, be creative and get messy isn’t reserved just for kids. Adults can do all

Writer’s Workshops

Lexington Main Library Writing can be hard for even the best authors. Staff at Lexington Main Library offer assistance with research papers, resumes and other work.

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