***The library will be closed the following days in November:
Friday, Nov 4th – staff development
Friday, Nov 11th – Veterans Day
Thursday, Nov 24th & Friday, Nov 25th – Thanksgiving***

Game Night     Thursday Nov 10 at 5:00 pm.
Calling all Board game lovers! Join other adults 18+ for a fun evening of learning new board games or playing old favorites! We have a stash of games on hand but you are welcome to bring your own to share.
No registration required!
There will also be a Game Night just for seniors at the John O. Harper Senior Center in Gibsonville on Thursday Nov 3 at 5:00 pm.

Knitting/Crochet Club
Like to knit or crochet? Want to learn? Come join the Knitting/Crochet club to get advice and share ideas with others who love knitting/crochet as much as you do! Open to all ages and skill levels. Supplies are available for anyone who doesn’t have their own.   The Knitting Club will meet this month on Saturday Nov 5 at 10am and Tuesday Nov 15 at 5:30pm.

Tuesday Morning Storytimes, 10:00 AM
Children birth – age 5 are invited (along with their caregivers) to visit the library for story time! Share songs, stories, and activities with Miss Ashley. Storytimes will be held in the library’s community room, so space is limited. No registration is required for Tuesday morning storytimes – walk-ins and first-time visitors are welcome.

Homeschool Activities, Wednesdays at 11:00 AM
Weekly homeschool activities held every Wednesday at 11:00 AM. More information for interested homeschooling families is available at giblib.org/homeschool
Nov 2 – Chess Day
Nov 9 – Career Day, Jeffrey Coker from Burwell Farms
Nov 16 – Museum History Day, Gold Mining in Gibsonville
Nov 23 – No Activity.  Happy Thanksgiving!
Nov 30 – Book Discussion: Ungifted

STEAM activities, Tuesdays at 4:00 PM      giblib.org/steam
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) activities are designed for ages 6-12, and will usually take place in the library’s community room on Tuesdays at 4 PM.
No registration is required – walk-ins and first-time visitors are welcome.