Preschool Story Time

September 10– November 27
Mondays 10:30am, 1:15pm, 5:30pm
or Tuesdays 10:30am
Craft Room
Ages 3-5
Wake up Mr. Turtle and participate in stories, activities, crafts, and other fun literacy builders. One program, but different times and days to come and enjoy the fun.

Books & Babies

Thursdays, September 13-November 29
10:30am
Craft Room
Ages infant through 36 months with caregiver.
Bouncing rhymes, songs, finger plays, stories, and other early literacy fun will be presented. 

Rotary Blood Drive

Tuesday, September 18
1:00 pm-3:30pm
Bloodmobile - Charleston Carnegie Public Library Parking Lot
Schedule your appointment by emailing Jonathan McKenzie at jrmckeze73@hotmail.com, or online at www.bloodcenterimpact.org using group code 70995.

LGBTQ Movie

Tuesday, September 18
5:00pm
Rotary Room B
Come watch a little piece of LGBTQ history. Milk is the story of Harvey Milk, and his struggles as an American gay activist who fought for gay rights and became California’s first openly gay elected official.

Little Wheels Play Date

Wednesday September 19
10:30am-11:30am
Library Parking Lot
Ages 2 to 6
Do you need a big open space to use your wheels? Come join us in the south end of the parking lot to have fun on your wheels.
Scooters, bikes, trikes, skateboards, roller skates, or anything that has wheels. Don't forget your helmets. 

Lego My Library

Wednesday, September 19
4:00pm-5:15pm
Rotary Room A
Grades K-8
Kids under eight, please bring a grownup to help!
If you love Legos, join us as we build together, take on challenges, show off building skills, and just have fun. 

Did you know?

Enjoy working on jigsaw puzzles? 

The library is playing host to the creation of the world's largest jigsaw puzzle--it's 40,000 pieces and split into 10, 4,000 piece parts! This will be a community driven art project. A section at a time, we will have the jigsaw puzzle on the tables upstairs by the paperbacks, allowing any person to sit down and work on it.

When it is entirely finished, the donor plans to then donate the final piece to a facility that can house it. Fully put together, the puzzle will be 6.25 ft. tall and 22.25 ft. long!