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New Cary public library opens, with expanded storytimes in a prime location

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Especially if you’re a reader or a parent, you’ll be excited about this news: The new Cary public library is now open.

The new Cary Regional Library is next to Downtown Park, which is due for a massive expansion after Cary voters approved the parks bond. 

Downtown Park and the new Cary Public Library
Downtown Park + the new Cary public library

You’ll find expanded storytimes. If you have a little one, you know finding easy and healthy activities can be a challenge. Storytimes are interactive programs that help you bond with your child with books, music and movement.

You don’t need to do anything in advance — just show up. Storytimes at all Wake County libraries are free.

Now there are more scheduled storytimes in Cary: 16 young child storytimes and 4+ school age programs per week.

Attend family Storytime for all ages, or go to storytimes for specific ages: baby, toddler, preschool or K-5th grade kids. See the calendar >>

Get help with your book club: Librarians can help you pick out a good book for your book club and arrange for a kit of 15 copies of your chosen book on loan for six weeks.

Even better: They’ll provide a discussion guide if you want help getting the conversation started.

Find more events and resources here.

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Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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