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  1. Teen Virtual Superhero Scavenger Hunt

    September 29, 2020, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

    Celebrate National Library Card Sign-up Month with a super challenge! Using your researching skills and trivia knowledge, find the answers to questions and riddles about superhero lore. Teens who submit correct responses to all the questions will be entered in a raffle for prizes. Open to rising 6th -- 12th graders. Questions? Email Sydney at Teen.

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  2. September Take Away Kits

    September 30, 2020, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

    Register via Google Form at for either a Family Kit or an Adult Kit. There is a limit of one Family Kit and one Adult Kit per household. Teens in the household (rising 6th-12th grade) may fill out a separate registration for an Adult Kit. Starting September 9, registrants’ kits will be available for pick up. To receive their kit(s), patrons must check out items and make a curbside appointment for pick up at their nearest branch. For more information on the kits, activities, or registration email or call 980-432-8670. Supplies are limited. The program is anticipated to run through September 30 or while supplies last. Children. Family. Adult. Teen.

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  3. ecoEXPLORE: Intro to Entomology (Virtual Program)

    September 30, 2020, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Get an introduction to entomology, the study of insects, and learn about how to become part of the ecoEXPLORE program. ecoEXPLORE (Experiences Promoting Learning Outdoors for Research and Education) is an incentive-based citizen science program for children in grades K-8 and is developed by The North Carolina Arboretum. Children. Family. Teen.

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