Join the Holly Coin Club, a non-profit group dedicated to promotion, education and expansion of the interest in the hobby of coin-collecting. Meetings held the 3rd Sunday of every month NO MEETING IN JULY OR AUGUST (unless otherwise posted).
@ Auditorium, County Library
Showing of the documentary "The Abolitionists" will be followed by a discussion with a representative from the John Woolman Memorial Association. This powerful PBS documentary brings to life the struggles of the men and women who led the battle to end slavery. In the documentary, you will meet five leaders of the anti-slavery movement: New England newspaper editor, William Lloyd Garrison; former slave, author, and activist, Frederick Douglass; Angelina Grimké, daughter of a rich South Carolina slaveholder; Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of the enormously influential Uncle Tom's Cabin; and John Brown, ultimately executed for his armed seizure of the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry.
Come join Ms. Elayna as we dive into the world of Erin Hunter's "Warriors" books! We will be creating our own clan for the library, choosing warrior names, and doing other activities based on the books. Participants do not need to have read the whole series. Whether you read one or all of them, all fans are welcome!
Ages 7 - 15
Would you love to see a raptor up close and personal? Stop by the library on a cold, winter afternoon and learn all about hawks, owls, and other birds of prey. This interactive program hosted by Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge is geared towards kids 4 and up but is great for any curious nature lover ( including adults!). Registration is suggested.