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Don't worry about your deductible or any doctor's office visit costs! Not this time! The Pearl Public Library is hosting an all-day, free health fair, Friday, Oct. 21 from 9:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., featuring members of the Holmes Community College Nursing Program. Qualified nursing students will be accompanied by their instructor and registered nurse, Madeline Brewer. There will be free blood pressure screenings, free handouts, full of great health information and free answers to your questions! You simply cannot beat that!
Fall Book Sale Weekend is sponsored by the Friends of the Brandon Library. The sale will be Friday, September 30, from 10-5, and Saturday, October 1, from 10-4. We will have Bag Day on Monday, October 3, from 10-8. For Monday only, books will be sold by the bag or by the box - $5 a bag or $10 a box.
Also on Saturday, October 1, we will have fun with Race Day. We will be racing something all day long! The schedule is as follows:
The Adult Summer Reading Program season may be over, but great programming is always on tap at the Pearl Public Library!
Check out the August lineup!!!
All month long, you can enter to win a prize by simply telling us who's your favorite inventor. Double your chances by checking out a book about an inventor and get entered again! The drawing for a winner will be September 1.
That's Right! Great adult programming continues all through the month of July at the Pearl Public Library!
Take Me Out To The Library runs all month long. Come by the library and get your reading baseball field sheet that marks out bases. Read four books and make it to home base. Return the field sheet to be entered to win tickets to a Mississippi Braves home game. The winner will be chosen on Monday, Aug. 1.
|Mrs. Aikens with her winning students (R to L): |
3rd Place winner Kanch Brooks
1st Place winner Estefania Armendariz
2nd Place winner Quinn Gordon
This is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and library workers and to promote library use and support. From free access to books and online resources for families to library business centers that help support entrepreneurship and retraining, libraries offer opportunity to all. The theme for 2016 National Library Week is "Libraries Transform."