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Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 3-5 Years Wednesday, August 1 10:00 a.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998 ext. 223) Fish Tales Children ages 3-5 years old, dive deep into the ocean with stories, songs, and puppets at this underwater story time! Registration is required by visiting the children's department or calling 822-1998 ext. 223.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 1 2:00 p.m. (Bordeaux Branch 424-4008) Knit Afternoon If life has you all tied up in knots, cast-off those snarls! Join us for a chance to unwind, chat, knit, purl, spin and laugh. Whether you are looking for a new hobby or you are an experienced knitter looking for some good company while you knit, come join the ladies from A Row of Purls knit shop!

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Children of all ages! Wednesday, August 1 2:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 300) Misadventures of the Big Bad Wolf Misadventures of the Big Bad Wolf is a whimsical parody on the classic children's stories, featuring comedy which is sure to delight both young and old. Registration is required by visiting the children's department or calling 483-7727 ext. 300.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 1 6:30 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) What Is There to Do in Fayetteville? There are still lots of wonderful things to do this summer before school starts back. Join us as the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau presents an informative program about the known and unknown hidden places and things to do in Fayetteville/Cumberland County.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 2 10:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) E-Mail for Job Seekers Learn the basics of creating and using an e-mail account and increase your job skills. Knowledge of how to use a keyboard and mouse is required. Registration is required either online, by telephone, or in person at any library location. Call the library at 864-3800, text “ccplinfo” to 66746, or e-mail us at clf@cumberland.lib.nc.us for more information.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 2-5 Years Thursday, August 2 10:00 a.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) Summer Olympics Children 2-5 years old are invited to participate in Summer Olympic themed games and make a craft to take home.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 2 2:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Afternoon Movie at the Library Bring a snack and enjoy a couple of hours of free entertainment by watching a newly released crowd pleasing movie. Call 483-7727 ext. 202 for the title and rating.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 2 2:00 p.m. (Bordeaux Branch 424-4008) Computer Basics for Job Seekers If you are confused by computers but need to apply for work online, then this is the class for you! Learn about the components of a personal computer and how to set up an e-mail account, and practice surfing the web and using a mouse. Registration is required by calling 424-4008. Computers for this program are provided by a grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult, Teen Thursday, August 2 6:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 250) Write On Right Now If you are a writer and looking for a place to share your ideas and get some feedback, come join other writers to brainstorm ideas, share advice, and explore the ins and outs of the writing process. No assignments, restrictions, or public sharing required. For more info call 483-7727 ext. 250.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 3-7 Years, 4-8 Years Friday, August 3 11:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Friday Morning Movie Children ages 3-8, come and start your weekend with a movie on us. Bring a blanket and pillow, get comfy, and enjoy!

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 2-6 Years Saturday, August 4 10:30 a.m. & 11:30 a.m. (Cape Fear Botanical Garden 486-0221 ext. 27) Nature Tales at Cape Fear Botanical Garden A FREE, preschool natural science-themed story and craft time presented at Cape Fear Botanical Garden, 536 N. Eastern Blvd., Fayetteville, and cosponsored by the library. Ages 2-6 are welcome! This month's theme is Insects That Walk. Registration is required by calling 486-0221 ext. 27. <http://www.capefearbg.org/> www.capefearbg.org.

 

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Grades K-5 Saturday, August 4 12:00 p.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) All-American Fencing Academy Program Join us as we welcome members of Fayetteville's All-American Fencing Academy for an exciting presentation for all ages. Registration is required by visiting the information desk or calling 497-3650.

Event Type: Outside - Children's Program; Age Group: 2-5 Years Monday, August 6 10:00 a.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998 ext. 2) Linden Story Time Children ages 2-5, join us for a story time in the town of Linden and pick up your Summer Reading Club packets at the same time! The program is located at Parker's Grove Methodist Church at 4487 Linden Road. Please call 822-1998 ext. 2 for more information.

 

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Monday, August 6 1:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Afternoon Movie at the Library Bring a snack and enjoy a couple of hours of free entertainment by watching a newly released crowd pleasing movie. Call 483-7727 ext. 202 for the title and rating.

Event Type: Family Program; Age Group: All ages Monday, August 6 6:00 p.m. (Hope Mills Branch 425-8455) Family Movie Night An orphaned boy secretly lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station and looks after the clocks. He gets caught up in a mystery adventure when he attempts to repair a mechanical man. Refreshments served. PG.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Monday, August 6 6:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) ¶3: Read It, Write It, Share It Join us for ¶3, a writing workshop just for teens. Try one of the writing prompts or creative challenges; get information to improve your skills, enter contests, or bring a selection of something you're working on to share with the group. All types of teen writers and artists are welcome.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 7 10:00 a.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Insider Secrets of Small Business Success for the Entrepreneur Discuss the pros and cons of business ownership and evaluate your readiness. If you are thinking of starting a business, decide if entrepreneurship is right for you. Sponsored and led by the Center for Economic Empowerment & Development (CEED). Register for this program online or by calling 483-7727 ext. 202. Computers for this program are provided by a grant from the Golden Leaf Foundation.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 2-5 Years Tuesday, August 7 10:00 a.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) Craft Me a Story Children 2-5 years old are invited to come out and hear cool summer stories and make crafts based on those stories.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 2-6 Years Tuesday, August 7 10:30 a.m. & 11:30 a.m. (Cape Fear Botanical Gardens 486-0221 ext. 27) Nature Tales at Cape Fear Botanical Garden A FREE, preschool natural science-themed story and craft time presented at Cape Fear Botanical Garden, 536 N. Eastern Blvd., Fayetteville. Ages 2-6 are welcome! This month's theme is Insects That Walk. Registration is required by calling 910-486-0221 ext. 27. <http://www.capefearbg.org/> www.capefearbg.org.

 

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Tweens Tuesday, August 7 2:00 p.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Tween Gaming & LEGO Time Tweens ages 9-12 years old, come and show your gaming skills and ability to make amazing designs with LEGOs.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Tuesday, August 7 6:00 p.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955) Anime East Club Teens, come and talk about your favorite series and characters, or share your artwork and fan fiction. Bring your friends and meet other teens who enjoy the stories, art, and style of Japanese animation and comics. Drawing supplies and refreshments are available.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 7 6:30 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Effective Internet Searching Get ready to go back to school and refine your information search skills! Find reliable information on the internet by learning search techniques that deliver information you can trust. Registration is required either online, by calling 487-0440, or texting "ccplinfo" to 66746.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 7 6:30 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) Job Searching at the Library If you are in the market for a new job, the library has a lot to offer in preparing for and searching for that perfect job. Come and explore programs that offer everything from job searching to resume building and interview tips. Registration is required by texting "ccplinfo" to 66746 or calling 822-1998. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 7 6:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) The Buzz on Beekeeping Make your garden bloom and produce more fruits, veggies, and flowers! Kenny Bailey from the NC Cooperative Extension gives you the basics of starting a bee hive and what you need to do to keep them buzzing back to you!

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 2-5 Years Wednesday, August 8 11:00 a.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955 ext. 241) A Day at the Beach Story Time Children ages 2-5 are invited to come listen to stories and participate in activities inspired by a day at the beach. Registration is recommended by visiting the library or calling 485-2955 ext. 241.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Children of all ages! Wednesday, August 8 11:00 a.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Movie Wednesday @ West Caught up in a feud between neighbors, Gnomeo and Juliet must overcome as many obstacles as their namesakes. But with flamboyant pink flamingoes and epic lawnmower races, can this young couple find lasting happiness? G.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 8 1:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Afternoon Movie at the Library Bring a snack and enjoy a couple of hours of free entertainment by watching a newly released crowd pleasing movie. Call 483-7727 ext. 202 for the title and rating.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Grades K-5 Wednesday, August 8 3:30 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Going for the Gold! If they can't make it to the London Olympics this summer, children in grades K-5 are invited to participate in the Library Olympics!

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Grades K-5 Wednesday, August 8 3:30 p.m. (Hope Mills Branch 425-8455) Last Chance for Summer! Games & Crafts Children in grades K-5, stop in and play a board game or make some cool crafts!

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Grades 1-5 Wednesday, August 8 3:30 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) Seashells on the Seashore Children in grades 1-5 are invited to join Ranger Mike from Lake Rim Park as he talks about seashells and which seashells can be found on the North Carolina shore.

Event Type: Computer Class; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 8 4:00 p.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) PowerPoint for Beginners Learn the basics of creating a PowerPoint digital slide show, useful in both school and in the workplace. Basic computer, mouse, and keyboard skills are required. Registration is required online, by calling 497-3650 or visiting the information desk. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden Leaf Foundation grant.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Grades K-5 Thursday, August 9 10:00 a.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998 ext. 2) Thursday at the Theater Children in grades K-5, come watch a movie about a miniature family who survives by borrowing things from regular sized people. When the daughter is discovered by a big person, life changes completely. G. Registration is required for groups of six or more by visiting the children's department or calling 822-1998 ext. 2.

 

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 9 10:30 a.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) Wednesday Book Club It's 1973 when the Erickson family of Grenada, Iowa gathers for the wedding of their eldest daughter. Tension shows as they celebrate: The bride only wants to raise a family in her hometown, while her brother Ryan is planning his escape. Cousin Chip, an unpredictable, war-damaged loner, shows Ryan the appeal and perils of freedom. Torrie, the youngest, another rebel intent on escape, brings about a tragedy that leaves the entire family changed forever in The Year We Left Home by Jean Thompson.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen, Tweens Thursday, August 9 4:00 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) Gaming @ North Get your game on! Tweens and teens ages 9 and up are invited to an afternoon of video games, board games, mysteries and more!

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 9 6:30 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Jewelry Making Learn to make a wonderful piece of jewelry to match your favorite outfit, or enjoy surprising friends and family with your handmade gifts! Whether you are experienced with jewelry making and want to bring your own project or are just interested in learning what materials and skills are needed for string-bead jewelry, come out and join us for an evening of creativity. This program is for adults only. Registration is recommended online, by calling 487-0440 or text “ccplinfo” to 66746.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult, Teen Thursday, August 9 6:30 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) Movie Night This famous sleuth has always been the smartest man in the room... until now. There is a new criminal mastermind at large—Professor Moriarty—and not only is he our private investigator's intellectual equal, but his capacity for evil, coupled with a complete lack of conscience, may actually give him an advantage over the renowned detective. PG-13.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 9 6:30 p.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Photo Editing With Picasa Picasa is a powerful program from Google that allows you to easily edit digital photographs. You can crop, straighten, improve color balance, and even add special effects, all with the click of a mouse. Best of all, it's free! Bring a CD or flash drive with your own photographs on it or use one of ours. Registration is required and can be done online, by telephone, or in person at any branch. Call the library at 864-3800, text “ccplinfo” to 66746, or e-mail us at clf@cumberland.lib.nc.us for more information. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden Leaf Foundation grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 9 6:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) The Beautiful Art of Lampworking Join us as local artist Stephanie Crider, an exhibiting member at Cape Fear Studios, discusses the beautiful art of lampworking, a type of glasswork that uses a gas fueled torch to melt rods of clear and colored glass. Hear about the history, what it takes to be involved in this trade, and see a demonstration! Registration is required either online or by calling 483-7727 ext. 202. For more information about lampworking, please visit Stephanie's website at www.stephaniecreations.com.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 3-5 Years Friday, August 10 10:30 a.m. (Hope Mills Branch 425-8455) Happiness Happens! Stories and a Craft Let's be happy! Listen to happy stories, sing happy songs, and make a craft that makes you very happy! This program is for ages 3-5 and their caregivers. Registration is recommended and can be done online, in person, and by calling 425-8455.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 3-7 Years, 4-8 Years Friday, August 10 11:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Friday Morning Movie Children ages 3-8, come and start your weekend with a movie on us. Bring a blanket and pillow, get comfy, and enjoy!

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Friday, August 10 5:00 p.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Teens After Hours Games, movie, food, and fun, for teens in grades 6-12. Don't forget to be here before the doors are locked at 6:00 p.m.! PG-13.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Tweens Saturday, August 11 10:30 a.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955 ext. 241) Make It & Take It: Mini-Birdhouses! Tweens ages 8-12, tap into your artistic skills by building and painting a birdhouse to take home! Space is limited. Registration is required by visiting the children's department or calling 485-2955 ext. 241.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Children of all ages! Saturday, August 11 2:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Classic Movie in Downtown Children of all ages, join us for an afternoon movie based on a classic book by E. B. White. PG.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Tweens Saturday, August 11 3:00 p.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955 ext. 241) Star Wars Trivia Game! Star Wars fans ages 8-12, play our trivia game and test your Star Wars IQ! May the force be with you! Space is limited. Registration is required by visiting the children's department or calling 485-2955 ext. 241.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Sunday, August 12 1:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Afternoon Movie at the Library Bring a snack and enjoy a couple of hours of free entertainment by watching a newly released crowd pleasing movie. Call 483-7727 ext. 202 for the title and rating.

 

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: All ages Sunday, August 12 2:30 p.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955 ext. 241) Sunday Afternoon Movie @ East Families are invited to BYO snack and enjoy a family oriented movie at the library! For more information about the movie selection please stop by the library or call 485-2955 ext. 241.

 

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Monday, August 13 1:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Afternoon Movie at the Library Bring a snack and enjoy a couple of hours of free entertainment by watching a newly released crowd pleasing movie. Call 483-7727 ext. 202 for the title and rating.

 

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Grades K-5 Monday, August 13 2:30 p.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955 ext. 241) Create Your Own Robot Children in grades K-5, get those imaginations working and create your very own robot out of recycled household products! Materials are provided, but space is limited. Registration is required by calling 485-2955 ext. 241.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Grades K-5 Monday, August 13 3:30 p.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) Movie Monday When the evil wizard, Gargamel, chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world and into ours— in fact, they land smack dab in the middle of Central Park. Just three apples high and stuck in the Big Apple, the Smurfs must find a way to get back to their village before Gargamel tracks them down. PG.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Monday, August 13 5:00 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Anime West Set in an alternate future, boy and girl teenaged pilots called Kildren are destined to live eternally in their adolescence. Raised to engage in aerial battles for the entertainment of adults, the Kildren are conscious that every day could be their last because they fight a war organized and operated by adults. But as they embrace the reality they are faced with, they live their day-to-day lives to the fullest. PG-13.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Monday, August 13 6:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Job Fair Prep Session It's two days until the Job Fair: Perfect your resume; get your interview skills up to speed; know what you plan to wear. If you need some encouragement or help, join Amie Brewer, PHR (Professional Human Resource certification) and librarian Robin Deffendall for a last minute prep session.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: All ages Monday, August 13 6:30 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) Curious Creatures Mix and match it up! An elephant-alligator… A zebra-giraffe… Children of all ages, explore unique animal combinations through stories and songs and make your own silly mixed-up animal collage.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Children of all ages! Tuesday, August 14 10:00 a.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998 ext. 2) Movie Magic Children of all ages are invited to watch a movie about the hilarious antics of Alvin and the Chipmunks while on a luxury cruise. Their goofing around causes them to fall overboard and to be marooned on a deserted island...or is it? G. Registration is required for groups of six or more by visiting the children's department or calling 822-1998 ext. 2.

Event Type: Computer Class; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 14 11:00 a.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) ABCs of Computers Learn the very basics of computers and how they work, such as hardware components and software, how to open programs and work in a Windows environment. Familiarity with using a mouse is required. For mouse skills, ask us about easy tutorials! Register online or by calling 483-7727 ext. 202.

 

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Tweens Tuesday, August 14 3:00 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998 ext. 233) Captain Underpants Party He's baa-ack! Children who have read the Captain Underpants books are invited to a Captain Underpants Party. Play games! Be silly! Registration is required by visiting the children's department or by calling 822-1998 ext. 233.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen, Tweens Tuesday, August 14 3:00 p.m. (Hope Mills Branch 425-8455) Make It & Take It: Bead Making Workshop People ages 9-18, learn how to make inexpensive beads for bracelets and necklaces! Registration for groups of 7 or more is recommended and can be done online, in person, or by calling 425-8455.

Event Type: Book Sale by the Friends of the Library; Age Group: Adult, Teen, All ages Tuesday, August 14 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Friends of the Library Members Only Book Sale* Stock up on all your reading needs with books and magazines donated by the Friends of the Library and local residents. *Anyone not a member may join at the sale or join online on the library’s website.

A book sale open to the public is on Saturday, August 18 from 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 14 6:30 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Knit Nite Have you always wanted to learn to knit but need some help getting started? Are you a seasoned knitter looking for some new tips and techniques? Then come join the ladies from A Row of Purls for some knitting and crochet fun! We welcome you to work with us on our charitable project of chemo hats for adults, newborn baby hats, or create a project for the charity of your own choice.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 14 7:00 p.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955) East of the River: The Book Club Please join us as we discuss Another Piece of My Heart by Jane Green. This is a powerful story of a family on the edge of emotional wreckage, and how true love can - when combined with strength, patience and a little bit of grace - conquer all.

 

Event Type: Book Club; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 14 7:00 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) McArthur Road Irregulars Yasuko Hanaoka thought she had escaped her abusive ex-husband Togashi. When he shows up one day, the situation quickly escalates and Togashi ends up dead. Yasuko's next-door-neighbor Ishigami offers his help, not only disposing of the body, but plotting the cover-up as well. Join the Irregulars to read The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 15 10:00 a.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Career Readiness Certificate Training Improve your chances of employment by providing proof that you can do the job! The NC Career Readiness Certificate is a portable credential that verifies a person's proficiency in three skill areas: Applied Math, Reading for Information, and Locating Information. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 15 10:00 a.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Job Searching With PipelineNC If you are looking for employment in North Carolina, learn about the newest employment center on the web, PipelineNC.com. Find out how it can help you locate educational opportunities and plan your career as well as seek positions available now. PipelineNC.com is your one-stop shop for anything job-related. Computers used during this program are provided by a Golden LEAF foundation grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 15 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Library Job and Health Fair The library takes a proactive role in the community, providing Cumberland County residents with firsthand knowledge of local job and career opportunities. Professions represented include: education, banking, manufacturing, sales, and financial, technical, trade, law enforcement, information technology, federal and county governments. Educational institutions represented: Fayetteville State University and Fayetteville Technical Community College. Representatives from Cape Fear Staffing, The Fayetteville Observer, Cape Fear Employment, North Carolina Employment Security Commission, Workforce Development, and PipelineNC, a BRAC Regional Taskforce initiated web-based job searching portal, are on hand to help. Programs on resume building, interview tips, and resume reviews will be offered in conjunction with the Job Fair.

The Health Screening component assesses individual health risk, provides lifesaving health information to participating individuals and makes appropriate referrals to local health organizations.

The health and jobs initiative is funded by a grant from the Cumberland Community Foundation to assist those who face difficult health choices and challenges related to unemployment (or under-employment). Partners include: Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, UNC Chapel Hill, UNC-Gillings School of Global Public Health, Cumberland County Parks and Recreation Department, Health Department, Fayetteville Technical Community College, and the Center for Economic Empowerment and Development (CEED).

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 15 10:00 a.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Resume and Interviewing Tips Members of the Fayetteville Area Society of Human Resource Managers are on hand during the Job Fair, which begins at 10 a.m. Every hour on the hour a seminar on interview tips and dressing for success begins and lasts approximately 20 minutes. Every hour on the half hour a human resources representative is available to review resumes, applying their professional standards as human resource managers.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 15 10:00 a.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Work on Your Resume Computers are available to you at the Job Fair, which begins at 10 a.m., to create a resume or revise the one you already have. Each computer has CD and flash drive capability. The library does not provide storage devices. You can print your resume, but only on the standard paper stocked in the printer; no other types of paper may be used. A librarian is available to answer questions.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 2-5 Years Wednesday, August 15 11:00 a.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998 ext. 223) LEGO Free Play Children ages 2-5 years are invited to a LEGO Free Play with DUPLOS. Registration is required by visiting the children's department or calling 822-1998 ext. 223.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Children of all ages! Wednesday, August 15 11:00 a.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Movie Wednesday @ West Join a brilliant young inventor named Lewis as he sets off on a time-traveling journey to find the family he never knew. In the world of 2037, hip-hoppin' frogs and dogs that wear glasses are as common as talking dinosaurs. In an amazing twist, Lewis discovers that the fate of the future rests in his hands, but he can't save it alone. He meets the wacky Robinson family, who help him learn to keep moving forward and never stop believing in himself. G.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Grades 1-5 Wednesday, August 15 2:00 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998 ext. 223) LEGO Free Play Children in grades 1-5 are invited to a LEGO Free Play. Registration is required by visiting the children's department or calling 822-1998 ext. 223.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Wednesday, August 15 6:00 p.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Teen Anime Club If you enjoy manga and Japanese cartoons, then come watch anime and discuss your favorite characters at Anime Club. Grades 6-12 welcome, refreshments provided by the Friends of the Library.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 15 6:30 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) CSI: Fayetteville Get an up-close look at crime scene investigation, Fayetteville style! Join us as we welcome Forensic Technician Ken Winschel, as he discusses the field of forensic science, the education necessary to become a crime scene investigator, and what a CSI does in real life. See the equipment he uses as well as examples of similar items that he has encountered while performing his job at crime scenes. We'll collect fingerprints and look for trace evidence, so come prepared to investigate.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 16 10:00 a.m. (Bordeaux Branch 424-4008) Internet Basics for Job Seekers Learn about surfing the Internet and how to find where the jobs are online. Knowledge of how to use a keyboard and mouse is required. Registration is required by calling 424-4008. Computers used in this class are provided by a grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 16 10:00 a.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Social Media for Your Business Learn to use social media to increase your business presence. Learn more about Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and how to set up accounts, how to maximize the marketing benefits of using these websites. Get tips on building a social media strategy and local business networking. Registration is required either online, by telephone, or in person at any branch. Call the library at 487-0440, text “ccplinfo” to 66746, or e-mail wrl@cumberland.lib.nc.us for more information. Computers for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 2-5 Years Thursday, August 16 11:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) LEGO Friends Children ages 2-5 years old are invited to come and use their imagination to make amazing LEGO structures.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Thursday, August 16 4:00 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) Teen Time Capsule Teens grades 6-12, capture a snapshot of your elementary, middle, and high school years. Create a time capsule of memories to be opened after high school, college, or on your 21st birthday! Registration is required by calling 822-1998.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 16 6:30 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998) Jewelry Making Learn what materials and skills are needed to make string-bead jewelry and join us for an evening of creativity. Make a wonderful piece of jewelry to match your favorite outfit, or enjoy surprising friends and family with your handmade gifts! Bring a small hand towel and needle nose pliers. Registration is recommended as space is limited. Text "ccplinfo" at 66746 or call at 822-1998 to register.

 

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult, Teen Thursday, August 16 6:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 250) Write On Right Now If you are a writer and looking for a place to share your ideas and get some feedback, come join other writers to brainstorm ideas, share advice, and explore the ins and outs of the writing process. No assignments, no restrictions, and no public sharing required. For more information call 483-7727 ext. 250.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 3-7 Years, 4-8 Years Friday, August 17 11:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Friday Morning Movie Children ages 3-8, come and start your weekend with a movie on us. Bring a blanket and pillow, get comfy, and enjoy it with us!

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Children of all ages! Friday, August 17 1:00 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Create Your Own Cartoon Children of all ages, get those imaginations working and come create your very own cartoon! Registration is required online, by calling 487-0440, or texting "ccplinfo" to 66746.

Event Type: Family Program; Age Group: All ages, Adult Friday, August 17 2:00 p.m. (Bordeaux Branch 424-4008) Friday Family Movie Garden gnomes have as many obstacles to overcome as their Shakespeare inspired namesakes, when they are caught up in a feud between neighbors. But with plastic pink flamingos and lawnmower races in the mix, can this young couple find lasting happiness? G. For more info call 424-4008.

Event Type: Book Sale by the Friends of the Library; Age Group: Adult, Teen, All ages Saturday, August 18 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Friends of the Library Public Book Sale Thousands of titles in good condition and unbeatable low prices— stock up now! Entrance to the book sale is at Headquarters Library through the back door near the benches by the creek. Cash or check only.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Children of all ages! Saturday, August 18 10:30 a.m. (Hope Mills Branch 425-8455) Rhythm & Rhyme: A Sensory Story Time All children are welcome to attend this story time designed for children with autism, Down syndrome, sensory-processing disorder/language-delays and for children with disabilities. For more information contact Vicki at 425-8455.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: All ages Sunday, August 19 1:00 – 6:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) 7th Annual Bohemian Arts and Blues Music Festival Fayetteville's hottest Blues Bands and visual artists in another great show of local talent! Free for all ages. Art and music CDs for sale. The Blues: Robbie Reid Band BluesEnigma Corky Jones Raiford Street Band Lakota John and Friends

The Arts: Jeff Coleman, Sculpture, Mixed Media Joshua Carnes, Sculpture, Paintings Sylvia Kubilus Elam, Beadwork Dorothy "Q" Finiello, Mixed Media Kitty Williams, Pet Portraits Govina Taylor, Grunge Art Shannon Davis, Blown Glass Thomas Tyler , Mixed Media Shadows of the Fire Belly Dancers And more!

The Artists Jeff Coleman Joshua Carnes Dorothy Q" Finiello Kitty Williams Sylvia Kubilus Elam Mercedes Nieves Shannon Davis Govina Taylor And Others

Hosted and organized by Claudia Swartz of Beatheartproductions.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Tweens Monday, August 20 4:00 p.m. (Bordeaux Branch 424-4008) Tween Gaming @ Bordeaux Tweens ages 9-12, play your favorite Wii, X-Box and board games.

Event Type: Job & Career Program; Age Group: Adult Monday, August 20 6:00 p.m. (Hope Mills Branch 425-8455) PowerPoint 101 for Job Seekers Learn the basics of creating a PowerPoint digital slide show to enhance your career readiness skills. Basic computer, mouse, and keyboard skills are required. Registration is required by calling 425-8455 or visiting the information desk. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Monday, August 20 6:00 p.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) Genealogy: Beyond the Basics If you've started your family tree, but have hit a brick wall, go beyond the basics and learn tips and trips for working on your genealogy. Registration is required by calling 497-3650 or 483-7727 ext. 308.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: All ages Monday, August 20 6:30 p.m. (Bordeaux Branch 424-4008) Armchair Travel to Brazil Come tour the country of Brazil from the comfort of the Bordeaux Library. This is the third in a series being shown on the 3rd Monday of August and September. Come just for this one or for the entire series!

Event Type: Blood Drive; Age Group: Adult, Teen Tuesday, August 21 8:00 - 9:45 a.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 119) Blood Drive What if a family member needed blood, but none was available? Did you know that blood donations provide critical life support treatment to accident victims, to surgical patients, and to patients who are receiving treatment for cancer, leukemia, hemophilia and other diseases? One pint of blood can help save as many as three lives. Blood donation is safe, and eating and drinking before donating helps eliminate lightheadedness. Drop by Headquarters Library during the drive or call 483-7727 ext. 119 to make an appointment or for more information regarding donation.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 21 10:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Selling to the Federal Government This seminar gives you the tools to pursue work with the federal government. Topics to be discussed are: Methods of procurement; socio-economic small business programs for which you may qualify; registration and codes required to work with the government; MatchForce; identifying business opportunities; and how to read a synopsis. Registration is required either online, by telephone, or in person at any branch. Call the library at 864-3800, text “ccplinfo” to 66746, or e-mail clf@cumberland.lib.nc.us. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Computer Class; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 21 11:00 a.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Excel 101 Learn the basics of creating and using spreadsheets in Excel. Participants should have basic familiarity with computers and using the mouse. Register online or by calling 483-7727 ext. 202. Computers for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 21 11:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Girl Talk Book Club Join us as we discuss The Girl Who Stopped Swimming by Joshilyn Jackson. Laurel Gray Hawthorne's life seems neatly on track— a passionate marriage, a treasured daughter, and a lovely home in suburban Victorianna— until everything she holds dear is suddenly thrown into question the night she is visited by the ghost of her 13-year old neighbor, Molly Dufresne.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Tuesday, August 21 3:00 p.m. (Hope Mills Branch 425-8455) Hope Mills Anime Club Come watch anime! Join other teens who enjoy anime and manga. Read new magazines and enjoy free refreshments brought to you by the Friends of the Library.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Tuesday, August 21 4:00 p.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) Teen Movie Tuesday After an accident, billionaire industrialist Tony Stark creates a suit that sustains his life. When he heals, he decides to use his technology to fight crime and leads a double life as Iron Man in this comic book adventure. PG-13.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Tuesday, August 21 5:00 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Teen Gaming @ West Teens, if you rock the Wii, are a Guitar Hero star, or have an unreadable poker face, come test your skills, learn new games and meet other teens. No reservation required. For more information please call 487-0440.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 21 6:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Career Readiness Certificate Training Improve your chances of employment by providing proof that you can do the job! The NC Career Readiness Certificate is a portable credential that verifies a person's proficiency in three skill areas: Applied Math, Reading for Information, and Locating Information. Register online or by calling 483-7727 x 202. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 21 6:30 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998 ext. 1) First Time Homebuyer's Workshop If you are thinking of purchasing a home and uncertain what to consider or where to start, this workshop reviews the purchase process and information on how to maintain and protect your property after purchase. Presented by Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Fayetteville, topics include: Assessing readiness to buy; selecting a home; financing a home; budgeting and credit; and maintaining a home. Registration is required by calling 822-1998 ext. 1.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 21 6:30 p.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955) Knit Nite If you always wanted to learn how to knit but need some help getting started, or are a seasoned knitter looking for some new tips and techniques, grab your knitting needles and come join the ladies from A Row of Purls knit shop!

Event Type: Job & Career Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 22 4:00 p.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) Excel 101 for Job Seekers Improve your current job skills or your resume by learning the basics of creating and using spreadsheets in Excel, and how to use the more common formulas. Knowledge of keyboard and mouse use is necessary. Registration is required by calling 497-3650 or visiting the information desk. Computers for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Grant.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Tweens Wednesday, August 22 5:00 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Tween Movie Wednesday @ West Gru delights in all things wicked. Surrounded by an army of tireless little yellow minions, and armed with his arsenal of shrink rays, freeze rays, and battle-ready vehicles for land and air, he vanquishes all who stand in his way. His wicked world is turned upside-down the day he encounters the immense will of three little orphaned girls who look at him and see something that no one else has ever seen before— a potential dad. PG.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 22 6:30 p.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955) Accelerate Your Career Accelerate your career with the Job and Career Accelerator from Learning Express Library. Join us to create an account and explore how this online job search system puts you on the fast track to success. Registration is required online or by calling the library at 485-2955. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 23 10:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Word 101 for Job Seekers Learn the basics of word processing in Microsoft Word and increase your job skills. Knowledge of how to use a keyboard and mouse is required. Registration is required online, by calling 864-3800, or in person at any library location. Call the library, text “ccplinfo” to 66746, or e-mail us at clf@cumberland.lib.nc.us for more information.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Grades 3-5 Thursday, August 23 3:45 p.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) A Not-So-Story Story Time: Back to School Edition Tweens in grades 3-5, come join us for a fun filled "story time" unlike any normal story time. Discuss books and enjoy other fun activities while you're here.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Children of all ages! Thursday, August 23 5:00 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Back to School Story Time and Crafts We are celebrating the end of summer and going back to school with crafts, fingerplays, stories, and songs. Registration is required by calling 487-0440.

 

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 23 6:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Why Is My Computer So Slow? Computer maintenance is an important aspect of owning a computer. If you find your computer is running slowly, or if you want to learn some tips on how to keep your computer safe, this is the class for you! Come and learn about cleaning up your computer, protecting it from spyware, adware, cookies and viruses and how to remove unwanted programs and applications. Registration is required either online or by calling 483-7727 ext. 202.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 3-7 Years, 4-8 Years Friday, August 24 11:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Friday Morning Movie Children ages 3-8, come and start your weekend with a movie on us. Bring a blanket and pillow, get comfy, and enjoy!

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Tweens Friday, August 24 1:00 p.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) Back To School: PowerPoint 101 Tweens, learn the basics of creating a presentation with PowerPoint. Knowledge of how to use a keyboard and mouse is required. Registration is required by calling 487-0440, texting "ccplinfo" to 66746, or visiting the library.

Event Type: Family Program; Age Group: All ages Friday, August 24 3:00 p.m. (Bordeaux Branch 424-4008) Friday Family Movie For years Megamind has tried to conquer Metro City in every imaginable way, each attempt ending in a colossal failure thanks to his caped nemesis, Metro Man. Finally, one glorious day, Megamind prevails over the city's hero...but, what does he do now? PG.

Event Type: Job & Career Program; Age Group: Adult Friday, August 24 4:00 p.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) The KeyTrain to Success If you are preparing to go for the Career Readiness Certificate or just need to brush up on some basic job skills, come learn about KeyTrain, the software that helps you prepare for the test and trains you on some basic job and job seeking skills. Get a free KeyTrain account and learn about the features of the program. Registration is requested by calling 497-3650, visiting the information desk, or through the library's website. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

 

Event Type: 4th Friday; Age Group: All ages, Adult Friday, August 24 7:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) 4th Friday Presents: Cape Fear Mineral & Gem Society See fossils and minerals on display and jewelry artists at work, as ordinary looking slabs of rock are turned into beautiful stones ready for making into jewelry. Refreshments provided by SYSTEL.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Saturday, August 25 10:00 a.m. (West Regional Branch 487-0440) PowerPoint 101 for Job Searchers Learn the basics of creating a presentation with PowerPoint. Knowledge of how to use a keyboard and mouse is required, and some experience with Microsoft Word is helpful. Registration is required by calling 487-0440, texting "ccplinfo" to 66746, or online. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: Children of all ages!, All ages Saturday, August 25 2:00 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 300) North Carolina State Ballet Presents: Fairies Children of all ages are invited to see a presentation from the North Carolina State Ballet. Registration is required by visiting the children's department or calling 483-7727 ext. 300.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Sunday, August 26 1:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Afternoon Movie at the Library Bring a snack and enjoy a couple of hours of free entertainment by watching a newly released crowd pleasing movie. Call 483-7727 ext. 202 for the title and rating.

 

Sunday, August 26 2:30 p.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955 ext. 241) Sunday Afternoon Movie @ East Families are invited to BYO snack and enjoy a family oriented movie at the library! For more information about the movie selection please stop by the library or call 485-2955 ext. 241.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Monday, August 27 1:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Afternoon Movie at the Library Bring a snack and enjoy a couple of hours of free entertainment by watching a newly released crowd pleasing movie. Call 483-7727 ext. 202 for the title and rating.

Event Type: Computer Class; Age Group: Adult Monday, August 27 6:00 p.m. (Hope Mills Branch 425-8455) Internet Basics Learn about surfing the Internet. Knowledge of how to use a keyboard and mouse is necessary, and registration is required by calling 425-8455 or visiting the information desk. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Monday, August 27 7:30 p.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 204) Great Books Discussion Group Please join us to discuss D. H. Lawrence's short story "The Man Who Loved Islands." Copies of the story, along with discussion questions, are available at the Headquarters Library information desk. For further information, contact Nora Armstrong at 483-7727 ext. 204.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 28 10:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Time & Chaos Management Join FTCC's Tamara Bryant for a seminar about tools and techniques to get your life back on track and back on schedule. Registration is recommended either online, by telephone, or in person at any branch. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Computer Class; Age Group: Adult Tuesday, August 28 11:00 a.m. (Headquarters Library 483-7727 ext. 202) Writing the Killer Résumé If you need to write a résumé and don't know where to begin, if you require a chronological or a functional résumé (come find out what the difference is!), learn what you need to build a résumé that highlights your skills and experience, and helps you outshine your competition! After the program each participant receives an appointment for a free résumé consultation. Registration is required. Register online or by calling 483-7727 ext. 202. Computers for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Grant.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Tuesday, August 28 4:00 p.m. (Bordeaux Branch 424-4008) Teen Anime @ Bordeaux Teens, check out the latest previews of your favorite anime shows, share your artwork with fellow anime/manga art enthusiasts, and check out the newest anime/manga magazines. Refreshments provided courtesy of the Friends of the Library.

Event Type: Teen Program; Age Group: Teen Tuesday, August 28 6:00 p.m. (East Regional Branch 485-2955 ext. 241) Make It & Take It: Felties Teens, test your sewing skills and learn how to make little friends or objects out of felt. Make them for yourself or to give as a gift! For more information call 485-2955 ext. 241.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 2-5 Years Wednesday, August 29 11:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) LEGO Friends Children ages 2-5 years old are invited to come and use their imagination while making amazing LEGO structures.

Event Type: Computer Class; Age Group: Adult Wednesday, August 29 4:00 p.m. (Spring Lake Branch 497-3650) Resources @ Your Library Learn about some of the great electronic resources that the library provides for you. Get an introduction to databases, a great alternative to using Google to find news, articles, and information for your life! Registration is required by calling 497-3650 or visiting the information desk. Computers used for this program are provided by a Golden LEAF Foundation grant.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 30 6:30 p.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Classic Movie Night at the Library Bring your own snack and join us the last Thursday of the month to watch the second in the Western movie trilogy about a man with no name. This Western movie series featuring Clint Eastwood is based on the plot of Kurosawa’s classic samurai film Yojimbo. This film is not rated. For more information please call the library at 864-3800, text “ccplinfo” to 66746, or e-mail us at clf@cumberland.lib.nc.us.

Event Type: Adult Program; Age Group: Adult Thursday, August 30 6:30 p.m. (North Regional Branch 822-1998 ext. 1) Feeling SAD If you experience depression, anxiety and a loss of energy during the winter months and these symptoms occur at the same time every year, it may be more than “winter blues,” and yes, there are “summer blues,” too! You may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Diana Taylor, MSW, social worker with Behavioral Health Care of Cape Fear Valley Health System, explains this mood disorder, its symptoms, risk factors, treatments and coping mechanisms. It is normal to feel down occasionally, but if the feeling lasts for days, it is time to take control and identify exactly what you are experiencing and explore options for successfully dealing with depression. Registration is required by calling 822-1998 ext. 1.

Event Type: Children's Program; Age Group: 3-7 Years, 4-8 Years Friday, August 31 11:00 a.m. (Cliffdale Regional Branch 864-3800) Friday Morning Movie Children ages 3-8, come and start your weekend with a movie on us. Bring a blanket and pillow, get comfy, and enjoy it with us!



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