Online Brochure - East Albemarle Regional Library


Online Brochure - East Albemarle Regional Library
May 25, 2015 - Memorial Day
July 3 –4, 2015 - Independence Day
May 11, 2015 - Adult Book Club
The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powers - 4:00 PM
May 12, 2015 - Friends of the Library Meeting
6:00 PM
May 15, 2015 - Gaming Day
If you like playing video and board games stop by
the library and join us for an afternoon of fun!
4:00 PM
Library Lovers:
Making a difference in the community
We will highlight those individuals, as well as,
groups who advocate for the library. Without the
unwavering support of the Board of Trustees,
Friends of the Library, and the Foundation, many
of the services that we offer would not and could
not exist. We will have an Appreciation Program
to honor our advocates on Friday, June 5, 2015.
Our keynote speaker is the Honorable Bob
Steinburg, North Carolina House of
Representatives. 6:30 PM
June Monthly Highlight: Summer
Reading Program - Every Hero Has a Story
(June 16 - August 13, 2015)
The Library hosts Summer Reading Programs
annually to help bridge the summer reading gap for
students. The library offers programs for children,
teens, and adults. The themes for the summer
reading programs are:
Every Hero Has a Story - Children
Unmasked - Teens
Escape the Ordinary - Adults
June 8, 2015—Adult Book Club
Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman 4:00 PM
Online Databases/E-Books
June 26, 2015—Summer Reading Program
Super Hero Gaming Day
Dress up as your favorite super hero character
while you play Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,
Lego Batman 2 and other games. 4:00 PM
July Monthly Highlight: Fun in the Sun
During the month of July we will highlight all
things summer. Whether it’s lounging by the pool
with a book from your favorite author, choosing
the location of your summer vacation, or finding
a great recipe for your family dinner, the library
is here to help. Stop by the library throughout the
month of July to check out our display to see
what we have to offer to help you stay informed,
educated, and entertained this summer.
July 13, 2015—Adult Book Club
The Returned by Jason Mott- 4:00 PM
July 24, 2015—Summer Reading Program
Super Hero Gaming Day
Dress up as your favorite super hero character
while you play Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,
Lego Batman 2 and other games. 4:00 PM
Charles Jordan, Chairperson
Hezekiah Brown, Vice Chairperson
Mark Maland, Secretary
Randy Cartwright
R. Michael Cox
Dorsey Harris
Scarlett Newbern
Phyllis Phillips
Joycelyn Robinson
Rowen Roby
Bettie Parker, Pasquotank County Commissioner
Rodney Bunch, Pasquotank County Manager
Beginning or professional genealogists
can access - the largest collection of family histories on the web. Also includes U.S. census records, genealogy links, family trees, and printable family tree chart forms.
Must use in the library.
Welcome to the
Pa s q u o t a n k C o u n t y L i b r a r y
Beginning or professional
genealogists can access original page images for all documents
- a collection of over 25,000 family and local histories, and
U.S. census records. You may access in the library or remotely.
Online interactive academic
and career practice tests and skill-building courses (i.e., SAT,
English for Spanish speakers, New GED 2014, etc.).
NCLive provides North Carolina
residents with access to online magazines, newspapers, and
journal articles, electronic books, historical materials, maps,
and much more. Use in the library or log on from any device
with internet access using your library card number.
3M Cloud Library eBooks can be read on an
IPad, or IPhone, Android-based tablet or phone,
Nook tablets (Nook HD, HD+, Nook Color) or windows based
computer or a MAC.
every article from the 22-volume print set
plus thousands more, extensive graphic and multimedia enhancements, and related articles from major newspapers and
Your source for Information,
Education and Entertainment
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
8:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Tuesday & Thursday
8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Tumblebooks are animated books that teach
children the joy of reading. You can access
the web site at the library or remotely via computer or mobile
Cypress Resume is an online resume builder
that is available in the library or remotely. The
software allows anyone to create a professional resume in a
matter of minutes.
100 East Colonial Avenue
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
Phone: 252-335-2473
Fax: 252-331-7449
What’s available in the library to borrow?
 Adult, Teen and Juvenile Fiction and Nonfiction
 For younger children: Board Books, Picture Books,
“EZ Beginner Readers”, Early Nonfiction, Book/CD
combination kits
 DVDs: feature films, nonfiction and educational titles
Pre-School Classes
The library is incorporating science, technology,
engineering, arts and math (STEAM) programs in
the pre-school classes. We will be working with
measurements, peforming experiments, exploring
magnification, and teaching basic computer coding.
for children and adults
3 year-olds
4 & 5 year-olds
 Large Print Books: Fiction and Nonfiction
 Magazines for all ages
 Books-on-CD: abridged and unabridged, Fiction and
 National Geographic Magazine (from its first issue in
1888 through 2011) is available on the library computers.
On the first floor of the library is the circulation,
children’s, technical services, and bookmobile
departments. Also the fiction, juvenile, and AV.
On the second floor of the library is the
information services department, computer lab,
computer classroom, periodical/newspaper area, teen
zone and the North Carolina Heritage Center
Also the
non-fiction, teen and
reference collections are housed on the second floor.
Your Online Library Account
This account, accessible only to you, will allow you to
renew library materials and place holds via any device
with internet access.
To use this service, the staff will assign you a PIN
(Personal Identification Number). You may change
your PIN at any time.
Use Your Account Online to Renew Materials and Place Requests
Go to the library’s homepage then click on My
Account. Enter your library card number (without spaces), then your library-assigned PIN or your edited PIN.
Click Submit Request.
May 5
May 12
May 19
May 26
June 2
June 9
June 16
June 23
June 30
Mother’s Day
We Love Our Library
Days of the Week
Mother Goose
Cartoon Fun
Dog Days
My Dad, My Hero
Keeping You Safe
All By Myself
1&2 year-olds with adult 10:00-10:45am
May 6
May 13
May 20
May 27
June 3
June 10
June 17
June 24
Mother’s Day
We Love Our Library
Days of the Week
Mother Goose
Cartoon Fun
Dog Days
My Dad, My Hero
Keeping You Safe
The Children’s Services offers outreach programs to
community groups and schools. If you would like for
the library to participate in your event please contact
Terry Vaughan, 335-2473
First Monday of each month
Head Start - 9:00 AM
Baxter Street - 4:30 PM
West Church Street - 5:00 PM
Second Monday of each month
Cora’s Educational Daycare - 9:30 AM
Renaissance Common - 10:15 AM
Young’s Daycare - 3:00 PM
Rivers Retreatway - 4:00 PM
Third Monday of each month
New Life Little People - 9:30 AM
PineLakes - 12:00 PM
Walker Landing - 3:30 PM
West Church Street - 4:30 PM
First Tuesday of each month
Pelican Point - 3:30 PM
Second Tuesday of each month
Kids Only Daycare - 9:10 AM
Building Blocks Daycare - 10:10 AM
Heritage Care - 1:30 PM
Alton Street - 3:00 PM
Azalea Trail - 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Third Tuesday of each month
Educare Learning Center - 9:00 AM
Emmanuel Preschool - 10:10 AM
First Wednesday of each month
Mica’s Daycare - 9:00 AM
Nixonton Fire Department - 2:30 PM
Melonie Drive - 3:00 PM
Peartree Place - 3:30 PM
A library card allows you to do more than simply borrow
books and other materials. You can also use your card to
access the public computers and the online databases.
How do I get a library card:
Adults and Teens:
A library card is free to any citizen who lives in the East Albemarle
Regional Library System (Pasquotank, Camden, Currituck and Dare). If you
do not live in one of the four counties you must pay a yearly fee of $15.00 to
obtain a library card. In order to get a card you must furnish identification (e.g.
current North Carolina driver’s license, rent receipt, property tax receipt, utility
Children, birth through age 13, may receive a library card. Children may
be present to receive their cards, but their presence is not required. Their
applications must be signed and completed by a parent or guardian. The parent
or guardian must have a valid library card.
What is a PIN and how do I get one?
A PIN is a 4 digit number that provides an extra level of security when using
your library card to reserve books, renew items by phone, or look up your
personal information in the Catalog. The last 4 digits of your telephone
number will be assigned as your PIN when you receive a library card. You can
change your PIN at anytime by accessing MY ACCOUNT.
What should I do if I lose my card?
You should report the lost card at once to your Library. You are responsible
for materials taken out with the card until it is reported lost or stolen.
Is there a charge for a replacement card?
The cost for a replacement
card is $1.00.
E-mail Jackie King- [email protected]
Free Library Cards
Children’s CyberNet Stations (2) Early Learning
Second Wednesday of each month
Albemarle Pre-School - 9:30 AM
Debry Community Center - 4:15 PM
Pasquotank Elementary School After Care
Program—3: 30 PM
(Ages 1-5) and Elementary (Ages 5-12) Software
Computer Class Room –10 computers; free
computer classes are taught weekly/ For the computer
class schedule please access the library’s web page.
Third Wednesday of each month
Jumpin’ Jack Daycare - 10:30 AM
48 Public Computers; Wi-Fi
First Thursday of each month
ECSU Laboratory School - 10:00 AM
Little Lambs Learn & Play - 3:30 PM
Morgan’s Corner Trailer Park - 4:15 PM
Second Thursday of each month
Ding Dong School - 9:15 AM
Kid-N-Play - 10:15 AM
Mother Goose - 11:15 AM
Banks Street - 4:30 PM
Third Thursday of each month
Albemarle School - 9:00 AM
Herrington Village - 4:00 PM
First Friday of each month
H. L. Trigg Community School - 9:00 AM
Computers and Internet Access
Community Room/Group Study Room -
Nonprofit organizations can meet free of charge in
the rooms. You may use the Community Room during
and after hours except observed county holidays. The
Group Study Room is available during library hours.
Faxing – You may send and receive faxes for a
reasonable fee.
Interlibrary Loans - Patrons may request
materials that the library or region does not own from
libraries nation-wide for the cost of postage.
Mobile Printing - Wireless printing from laptops,
tablets, and smartphones
Patron Placed Holds - Patrons with a valid library
card may place a hold/request through the online
Proctoring Test - Fee $10.00
Notary - Fee $5.00