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AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY: THERE’S A BOOK FOR THAT!

 

In February, Wake County Public Libraries will be hosting drop-in sessions featuring librarians with great book suggestions related to African American history.  Librarians will provide one-on-one personal reading recommendations and short book talks in celebration of Black History Month. The hour-long informal sessions are free and registration is not necessary.

 February 3       4:00 p.m.         West Regional Library            4000 Louis Stephens Dr. (west) Cary 919-463-8500

 February 4       10:30 a.m.       North Regional Library           7009 Harps Mill Rd. (north) Raleigh 919-870-4000

 February 4       4:00 p.m.         Eva Perry Regional Library    2100 Shepherd’s Vineyard Dr. Apex 919-387-2100

 February 9       3:00 p.m.         Southeast Regional Library    908 7th Ave. Garner  919-662-2250

 February 18     10:30 a.m.       Cameron Village Library        1930 Clark Ave. (central) Raleigh 919-856-6710

 February 25     6:00 p.m.         East Regional Library             946 Steeple Square Ct. Knightdale  919-217-5300

 For more information on local programs, contact the library of interest.