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  • Meet the Author - Debbie S Miller
    A Wild Promise: Prince William Sound

    Tuesday, November 5 - 3:00 pm

     Alaskan author & photographer Debbie S. Miller's new book, A Wild Promise, describes the magnificent world of tidewater glaciers and diversity of life surrounding Prince William Sound.

    [more about the program]

  • Cary Teens Lead the Way presents

    Friday, October 18 - 3:30 - 4:30 pm

    Drop in and learn the art of paper folding with LHS's Origami Club

  • (Brain Building)
    Building Bridges

    Saturday, October 19 - 10:30 am

    Children practice creative problem-solving and engineering skills to build bridges out of paper, test their strength, and rebuild as needed.

    Register online beginning Monday, October 7 at 7:00 pm. Phone registration accepted at 7:30 pm.

  • Hosted by Friends of Cary Memorial Library
    Celebrate National Friends of Libraries Week

    Sunday, October 20 to Saturday, October 26

    Drop by the Friends Information Tables Under the Library Tent (Main Level)

    Ask about Membership, Events, Volunteering

    Stop by the Friends Book Store (Main Level) and Children’s Book Sale Cart (Children’s Room, Lower Level)

  • Available Online
    Consumer Reports

    Make better purchasing decisions
    with your library card!

    Free access to Consumer Reports,

    either at home or in the library.

  • Join us for two nights of Dungeons & Dragons!
    Dungeons & Dragons

    Wednesdays, October 23 & November 13

    Local Dungeon Master Tobias Hartranft leads a two-night series of this popular fantasy tabletop role-playing game. No experience or supplies needed.

    Registration is required. Sign up online.

  • Meet the Author: Brian Glyn Williams
    The Last Warlord

    Wednesday, October 23 - 7:00 pm

    Dr. Williams will bring The Last Warlord and the story behind it (and the movie “12 Strong” wich was partially based on his book) to life with extraordinary photographs of the covert 2001 U.S.-Uzbek horse campaign taken by the CIA, Dostum, and Green Berets.

  • for teens!
    Scratch Art

    Thursday, October 24 - 4:00 - 5:00 pm

    An evening of Scratch Art! Create a work of art using scratch boards and the lens of 'negative space.

    Space is limited. Register online.

  • Happy Halloween!
    Creepy Crafts

    Saturday, October 26 - 10:00 am - noon

    Children and their caregivers are invited to participate in a Halloween craft for all ages and abilities.

    No registration necessary.

  • Free with Your Library Card!
    The New York Times Online

    Enjoy free access to
    Simply create an account and log in. (in library use) (home access) 

  • Invest Wisely with Your Library Card!
    Value Line/Morningstar Resources

    Available online,  
    in the library to all,
    ​and at home to Lexington residents.

    Value Line Research Center

    Morningstar Investment Research Center


  • Local Author E. Ashley Rooney presents
    Tales of the Supernatural

    Wednesday, October 30 - 7:00 pm

    Tales of the supernatural are always in season but even more so as Halloween approaches.

    [learn more about the program]

  • Derrida and Deconstruction
    Why 'fake news' will never simply go away

    Tuesday, November 5 - 7:00 pm

    The program seeks to introduce the community to the work of Jacques Derrida and to what has come to be called 'deconstruction' through the prism of the ongoing debate concerning 'fake news,' 

    [learn more about the program]

  • In Converation with Hank Phillippi Ryan
    Andres Dubus III

    Tuesday, November 12 - 7:00 pm

    Kicking off our author series, Emmy- and Edgar-award-winning investigative reporter and mystery writer Hank Phillippi Ryan will be interviewing award-winning and bestselling author Andre Dubus III.

    [learn more about the program]


  • Hold book donations until 12/2
    Plenty of book donations right now

    As of November 1, 2019,
    we will not be accepting book donations
    in order to prepare for our Nov. 15-17 book sale.

    We welcome book donations beginning
    December 2, 2019.