Holiday Fun at the S.P. Library
Fun-seekers should look no further than the Southern Pines Public Library this month.
West Southern Pines residents will be particularly interested in this month's "Explorations: A Forum for Adults,' which will take place Sunday, Dec. 9, at 2:30 p.m. and showcases the black history documentary "Jim Town."
The film, which celebrates businesses of the old West Southern Pines district, will be presented by the producer, Kim Wade, with time for discussion. The businesses researched for the film will also be mapped by GIS specialist Amy Kirk to create a more accurate picture of Southern Pines history.
Middle-schoolers can celebrate cold weather and days without school by coming to the "Snow-Stravaganza" Tuesday, Dec. 11. Crafts and stories will be available with a snowy theme and, as always, there will be free pizza. The event will take place at 5 p.m., and no membership is necessary to attend.
Preschool storytimes will be presented on Dec. 12 and 19 at 3:30 p.m. Storytimes are open to the public and include stories, activities and songs.
In November, library patrons voted for the movie to be screened for December's "Oldies and Goodies' program. This 1961 film follows the love story of a New York socialite and a young writer who attempt to cast off their pasts to be together. Please join the Library Thursday, Dec. 13, at 2:30 p.m. to enjoy the movie and a cup of hot tea.
All programs are open to the public and take place at the Southern Pines Public Library at 170 W. Connecticut Ave.
Call the library at (910) 692-8235 or visit www.sppl. net for more information.
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