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  1. Calendar Overlay Children's Events (1)
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Children's Events

  1. Groovin' at Goldsboro Musical Story Time (Ages 0-5 with an adult) Goldsboro

    March 15, 2019, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM @ Goldsboro Library

    Hear the music & feel the beat! Groovin’ @ Goldsboro Musical Story Time is all about listening to music and creating it with our bodies and instruments. We'll also share a story that is related to the music! No registration is necessary. For more information, contact the Goldsboro Library children's desk at 919-735-1824, ext. 2.

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Computer & Technology Classes

  1. How to Pay Bills Online (Mount Olive)

    March 15, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Steele Memorial Library

    Beginning computer users will learn how to set up accounts and pay bills online. Computers are provided for use in class. Please register at the Steele Memorial Library reference desk at 919-299-8105, ext. 3.

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  1. Small Business Coaching (Fremont)

    March 15, 2019, 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM @ Fremont Library

    Dale Fey, from the Wayne Community College Small Business Center will be at the Library to provide one-on-one advice on how to start your small business. Please call Dale for an appointment at 919-739-6941.

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Teen Events

  1. Ladies Facing Forward (10th-11th grade girls) Goldsboro

    March 15, 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Goldsboro Library

    Are you looking for something to help your teenage girl excel academically and help prepare her for college? "Ladies Facing Forward" is the right program for her. Wayne County Public Library and the alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. have partnered to create an educational summit to help girls in grades 10 and 11. They’ll have the opportunity to network, collaborate, and share their accomplishments. Due to projected program interest, registration is required. To sign up, please follow the link: http://www.wcpl.org/Activities/Activity/Detail/Ladies-Facing-Forward-2019-285. Each session will be limited to 25 ladies each. Sessions: March 1st – Computer Skills; March 8th – Research for Success; March 15th – Speech Skills; March 22nd – Essay Writing; March 29th- College Preparation For more information, contact Brittany at the Goldsboro Library reference desk at 919-735-1824, ext. 5130.

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