Buncombe County Public Libraries announce programs for January

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Buncombe County Public Libraries announce programs for January

Wednesday, January 1
Black Mountian Library Short Story Contest Begins, deadline January 15
Swannanoa Snowflake Reading Challenge Begins

Tuesday, January 7
Skyland Library Knit ‘n Chain – 6pm
Weaverville Evening Book Club: The Lost Memory of Skin – 7pm
Enka-Candler Book Club: Beautiful Ruins – 7pm

Wednesday, January 8
Weaverville Afternoon Book Club: My Reading Life – 3pm

Thursday, January 9
Fairview Afternoon Book Club: The Monsters of Templeton – 1pm
Fairview Evening Book Club: Blue Asylum – 7pm

Friday, January 10
25 Cent Book Sale at Pack Library – 10:30am – 3pm

Saturday, January 11
Weaverville Library Class: How to Download E-Books from the Library – 11am

Wednesday, January 15
Swannanoa Knitters – 5pm

Tuesday, January 14
Leicester Book Club: Nightwoods – 1pm
Mind Body Medicine with Dr. Mary Ann Iyer at the Swannanoa Library – 6:30pm
Weaverville Library Class: How to Download E-Books from the Library – 7pm
A Visit to New Zealand at the Fairview Library – 7pm

Thursday, January 16
Skyland Book Club: American Lion – 2:30pm

Tuesday, January 21
North Asheville Book Club: Beautiful Ruins – 2pm
Black Mountain Library Mystery Book Group: The Fate of Catherine Carr – 7pm

Thursday, January 23
Swannanoa Book Club: My Reading Life – 6pm

Wednesday, January 29
Reclaiming Sacred Ground Film Series at the West Asheville Library: Smoke Signals – 6:30pm

Friday, January 3
FOR THE LOVE OF LEGOS! Lego Club for Kids at the Enka-Candler Library – 4-5pm

Friday, January 24
Teen Awesome Group at the Weaverville Library – 4pm-5:30pm

About Alli Marshall
Alli Marshall is the arts section editor at Mountain Xpress. She's lived in Asheville for more than 20 years and loves live music, visual art, fiction and friendly dogs. Alli is the winner of the 2016 Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize and the author of the novel "How to Talk to Rockstars," published by Logosophia Books. Follow me @alli_marshall

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