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February 27
​Brackets to Blossoms: Libraries Come Alive in March

From a new kind of bracketology to the best way to make your garden grow, there’s a lot going on at Wake County Public Libraries in March! Check out a sampling of activities:

Literary March Mayhem Tip-off
Thursday, March 1
11 a.m. – Eva Perry Regional Library
4 p.m. – Northeast Regional Library
6 p.m. – West Regional Library

Tired of your basketball bracket busting early? Head over to Wake County Public Libraries for a different kind of tournament—heroes versus villains! During March, cast your vote as characters duke it out in our fifth annual Literary March Mayhem Tournament. Five rounds of competition will take place in our libraries or online from March 1 through April 8. After voting, take a shot at some fun trivia questions!

Dr. Seuss Super Special
Friday, March 2
4:30–5:30 p.m.
Fuquay-Varina Community Library

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you go.” Join us for stories, games and fun to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday! Learn more.

Notable Women: There’s a Book for That!
Tuesday, March 13
3:30–4:30 p.m.
Southeast Regional Library

Celebrate Women's History Month with some great book suggestions featuring notable women. Our librarians have selected books on a wide variety of influential women. Learn more.

Gardening Programs
Throughout March
Various locations

Ready to get your hands dirty? Wake County Public Libraries is offering a variety of programs that will take your gardening to the next level. Whether you want to brush up on the basics, learn how to achieve success with containers and straw bales, explore decorative foodscapes or grow epic tomatoes, you’ll find a program that is perfect for you. Events feature author Craig LeHoullier and author and TV presenter Brie Arthur. Check out the calendar for a full list of offerings.


To learn more about these opportunities and others, contact Elena Owens, library experience manager, at eowens@wakegov.com. For information on Wake County Public Libraries locations, programs and services, visit wakegov.com/libraries.





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