It’s a new twist on a well known work of fiction and it’s the March pick for the Moore County Public Library’s Brown Bag Book Club. Finding Dorothy, a novel by Elizabeth Letts, tells the story behind The Wonderful Wizard of Oz through the eyes of author L. Frank Baum’s wife, Maud.
So, is cursive still a thing? Yes. And for many students who haven’t learned to read and write in cursive up to now, college could present a few obstacles.
LOCAL NEWS — We’ve got some sweet news for kids in Lynchburg. The Moore County Public Library will launch a Valentine’s Day Reading Contest tomorrow (January 24). For kids aged three to […]
Parents mark those calendars. Kiddos will get out early on Friday, January 17. The Moore County Public Library plans to screen Maleficent: Mistress of Evil immediately after school.
LOCAL NEW — Christmas is just around the corner. This means all those shiny new toys will take the place of your child’s Halloween costume as their favorite thing. Rather than send […]
EVENTS | Books & Film — Regional Author Jerry Winnett will visit Lynchburg on Friday, December 13 at 1:30 p.m. for a book signing at the Moore County Public Library. You may […]
South Carolina, award-winning author Bren McClain will visit Lynchburg on November 22 to talk to the Moore County Public Library’s Brown Bag Book Club.
LOCAL NEWS — Originally developed for military men who fought overseas during World War II, the GED or High School Equivalency Certificate offers those who experienced a hiccup during their high school […]
LOCAL NEWS — In the days following Labor Day, Moore County Public Library officials arrived to find one of the chairs outside their back entrance destroyed. “We were very disappointed to find […]