Dare County Library announces virtual enrichment series
The Dare County Library has announced the return of its Library Enrichment Series for Adults, which will be offered as virtual Zoom presentations that patrons can tune into from the comfort of their homes starting Jan. 29, 2021.
Each month, a new hour-long presentation will be made available. This year’s series features presentations about smart shopping, stress relief, meditation, hobbies and healthy living.
To kick off the series, Michelle Lord will present “Steals & Deals of Couponing” on Friday, Jan. 29 from 11 a.m. to noon. The program will be repeated from 3 to 4 p.m. In this program, viewers will learn how to find the best deals whether they shop in person or online.
A full-time mom, wife and worker, Lord has been searching for deals for years and will share some of her local findings with viewers.
Registration for each program is required and space is limited. Registration will remain open until the night before each presentation and once a user is registered, Zoom login instructions for that program will be sent via email.
Programs are free to Dare County residents and property owners ages 18 years and older. Each presentation will be repeated, so patrons can select the program date and time that they prefer.
For assistance with registration, call the Dare County Library location in your area Monday through Friday:
- Manteo: 252-473-2372
- Hatteras: 252-986-2385
- Kill Devil Hills: 252-441-4331
For more information, contact Dare County librarian Jonathan Wark at 252-473-2372 or email@example.com.
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