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The Claiborne County Public Library is excited to announce that we have been awared the Dollar General Literacy Foundation Grant to support our 2021 summer reading program, “Tails & Tales”. This local grant is part of the Dollar General Literacy Foundation’s recent award of $10.5 million donation to support summer, family, and adult literacy programs, representing the organization’s largest one-day grand donation in its 28-year history.

The Foundation supports organizations that increase access to educational programming, stimulate and enable innovation in the delivery of educational instruction and inspire a love of reading. Each year, the Dollar General Foundation awards funds to nonprofit organizations, schools, and libraries within a 15-mile radius of a Dollar General store or distribution center to support adult, family, summer, and youth literacy programs. The Foundation also offers a student referral program for individuals interested in learning how to read, speak English, or prepare for the high school equivalency exam. Referrals to a local organization that provides free literacy services are available online or through referral cards found in the Learn to Read brochures that are available at the cash register of every Dollar General Store.

We truly appreciate all the support from Dollar General!

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Go to the following link to join the Prenda Code Challenge Summer 2020: https://prendacodeclub.com/summer-2020

Prenda Code Challenge 2020 Prizes

First, second and third place will be awarded for two age groups: 8-12 year olds and 13-18 year olds

Raspberry Pi & Inventor Kit

Raspberry Pi is a computer that fits in your hand. First place in both age groups will win a Raspberry Pi 4 Cana Kit Complete Starter Kit and our favorite inventor kit.

Sphero SPRK+ Robot

Sphero is an amazing codable robot. Write code, and watch it roll, light up, or react to its environment. Get ready for some serious fun!

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Makey Makey

If you haven’t played with a Makey Makey, you are in for a treat. Marketed as an “Invention Kit for the 21st Century,” it’s about the most mad scientist device we can think of. Wire up the real world and start coding it.

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COVID-19 Closing

As of 6:00 P.M. on Friday, March 20, 2020, the Claiborne County Public Library will be closed to the public until further notice. We did not enter this decision lightly but we feel this is the best for our patrons and staff.
Due to the closing, all late fees will be waived. Free ebooks, magazines, videos, etc. from Tennessee R.E.A.D.S. will still be available. Also, Wi-Fi can still be accessed outside the library. You can reach us by messaging the library on our FaceBook page and by email: claibornelibrary@gmail.com.
We sincerely hope everyone stays healthy and safe!

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OverDrive Advantage


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Student Day



Student Day is Monday, September 9, 2019 at the Tennessee Valley Fair. Free admission until 6:00 P.M. for students 12th grade and under! Only payment will be for parent admission. Please feel free to contact Kimberly Meyers for any additional information at: meyerskimberly10@yahoo.com .

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Summer Reading 2019

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Bingo For Books

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Do you have outstanding fines or fees due to overdue materials from the Claiborne County Public Library?

Claiborne County Public Library wants to welcome you back to the library and help wipe the slate clean during our celebration of National Library Week!

The library is offering this opportunity to return any library materials without having the worries of paying late fees! Whether it be books, DVDs, magazines, or audio books, you will have a fresh start with us! This does not apply to existing fines on previously returned materials. Lost library cards will also be replaced at no cost to you. We want everyone to able to enjoy all the library has to offer and to help us celebrate during National Library Week.

For any additional information, please call the library at 423.626.5414.

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