Library Events

For more information about special events in our programming, please select one of the following:

Children

Teen

Adult

You can also find more information about our regularly scheduled monthly programs below our Events Calendar

To view more information about a program, including library location and time, hover the mouse over the event.

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* LIBRARY CLOSEDLIBRARY CLOSED

Both Libraries CLOSED

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* Teen Writing GroupTeen Writing Group

Time: 5:45 pm

Jonesborough Library.
This is a great chance for teens to come get inspired, complete creative challenges, and learn new writing styles!

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* 3D Printing Club3D Printing Club

Time: 2:00 pm

Jonesborough Library.
Do you have ideas you want to bring to life in 3D? Do you want hands-on experience using a 3D printer? Come learn how to design a 3D creation, prepare it for printing, and use the printer to create it. 6th through 12th graders are invited to attend.
This program is free, but registration is required.

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* First Chapter StorytimeFirst Chapter Storytime

Time: 6:30 pm

Jonesborough Library.
Intended for early readers (or listeners) between the ages of 4 years to 5th grade, we will be reading the first chapter or two of a book which kids are then encouraged to continue reading (or listening to) at home. A craft and a snack to follow!

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* Marvelous ReadersMarvelous Readers

Time: 1:00 pm

Jonesborough Library. Theme: Families Are Amazing.
Open to homeschool children in grades 4th-6th. Children are invited to read any book they think fits the theme for the month and share it with the group.

* Genealogy Help NightGenealogy Help Night

Time: 6:00 pm

Jonesborough Library, Genealogy Area.
We welcome anyone interested in genealogy or history, whether a beginner or a pro. Our collection will be available for use in research as well as Jonesborough Genealogy Society members who can help you navigate it well.

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* Music MorningMusic Morning

Time: 10:00 am

Gray Branch Library.
Toddlers aged 18mths-3yrs are welcome to come dance, play instruments, and spend 1:1 reading time with their caregivers. Session is about 30 min

* Sassy StitchersSassy Stitchers

Time: 4:00 pm

Gray Branch Library.
Everyone is welcome from beginners to professionals. Members bring their UFOs (unfinished objects) to work on each meeting. Crafters mostly include cross stitch, needlepoint, and embroidery although quilting and knitting projects, etc. are also common. The group is free and open to all.

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* Music MorningMusic Morning

Time: 10:00 am

Jonesborough Library.
Toddlers aged 18mths-3yrs are welcome to come dance, play instruments, and spend 1:1 reading time with their caregivers. Session is about 30 min

* Teen Writing GroupTeen Writing Group

Time: 5:45 pm

Jonesborough Library.
This is a great chance for teens to come get inspired, complete creative challenges, and learn new writing styles!

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* Lego ClubLego Club

Time: 5:00 pm

Jonesborough Library. "Lego Dimensions"
This program is free and open to all ages. It is recommended that you bring your own bricks to build with, but there will be some bricks available to use. This program will have the Lego Dimensions video game available for participants to take turns playing during build time. Healthy snacks and drinks are provided.

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* LIBRARIES CLOSEDLIBRARIES CLOSED

Jonesborough and Gray Branch Libraries CLOSED

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* Lego ClubLego Club

Time: 5:00 pm

Gray Branch Library. "Lego Dimensions"
This program is free and open to all ages. It is recommended that you bring your own bricks to build with, but there will be some bricks available to use. This program will have the Lego Dimensions video game available for participants to take turns playing during build time. Healthy snacks and drinks are provided.

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* Sassy StitchersSassy Stitchers

Time: 4:00 pm

Gray Branch Library.
Everyone is welcome from beginners to professionals. Members bring their UFOs (unfinished objects) to work on each meeting. Crafters mostly include cross stitch, needlepoint, and embroidery although quilting and knitting projects, etc. are also common. The group is free and open to all.

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Category Key
 Children
 Children/Teen
 EARLY CLOSING
 General
 Homeschool Oriented
 LIBRARY CLOSED
 Teen

~~~  Monthly Events  ~~~

We have ongoing events for all ages every month! Several of our programs are designed to promote literacy and continuing education through reading programs, computer classes, and digital applications. Many of these programs are sponsored by our wonderful Friends of the Library (FOL) group. Visit our “Support Us” page to learn more about the FOL and other ways you can help your library.
Our goal is to provide access to information, resources, and services to everyone regardless of income levels or backgrounds. We also serve as a base for groups and organizations within the community.