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"Up for Discussion" with Carroll Jones • Tuesday, January 15 • 4pm • Canton Library Friends of the Haywood County Library present "Up for Discussion" with Carroll Jones, author of Thomson's Pulp Mill: Building the Champion Fibre Company at Canton. Author presentation followed by Book Sale and Signing. Call 828.648.2924 for information.
Beginners Chess • Tuesday, January 15 • 4pm • Waynesville Library Join us and learn how to play chess with champion Leon Sellards. Come see if chess is the game for you. Open to ages 8 and up. Call 828-356-2511
Adult Book Club • Thursday, January 17 • 3:30pm • Canton Library Enjoy lively discussions and refreshments. January's book is Code Talkers by Joseph Bruchac. New members are always welcome! Call 828.648.2924 for information.
Family Movie • Friday, January 18 • 9:30am • Canton Library All ages are welcome to celebrate National Winnie the Pooh Day at the Canton Library. Enjoy a big hearted tale from Disney about how Winnie the Pooh and friends help grown-up Christopher Robin rediscover the joys of life. Rated PG-Popcorn and hot chocolate will be served. Free! Call 828.648.2924 for information
Haywood County NCWorks Career Center will be at the Waynesville & Canton branches the first Friday of every month from 1:15pm-4:45pm in the computer area to assist with job searching, resume preparation, and basic computer skills. For more information, call 828.456.6061.
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