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April 02
​Storybook Balls Bring Libraries to Life After Closing Time

You are cordially invited to join Wake County Public Libraries at the Storybook Ball—a magical evening of dancing, crafting, stories and more. Come as your favorite storybook character or dress in your royal best, and take a new look at the library after the doors close for the night.

“This is a special opportunity to have fun in the library after hours with your family and friends,” said Ann Burlingame, deputy director of Wake County Public Libraries. “Whether you’ve never been to a library program or you’re a Storytime-regular who wants to take your experience to the next level, Storybook Ball is an event not to miss.”

Storybook Balls will take place from 6:30–8 p.m. at the following locations:

This event is for children ages 3 and older and their families. Registration is encouraged. Learn more here.

Questions? Contact Elena Owens at eowens@wakegov.com.

About Wake County Public Libraries
The mission of Wake County Public Libraries is to promote the love of reading and to foster the pursuit of knowledge for the residents of Wake County. In fiscal year 2018, our 22 libraries were visited more than 3.43 million times, and 235,251 people were active library cardholders.


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