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Calling All Adult Coloring Book Enthusiasts!

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The South Carolina State Library invites you to download our Rare Book Collection Coloring Book! Like many other special collections libraries across the world, the SCSL is getting ready to participate in the New York Academy of Medicine’s Color Our Collections event February 6-10, 2017.

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State of the State Library Address - LibraryVoicesSC Podcast Episode 10

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Katie and Pamela sit down with Leesa Aiken, SC State Library Director, to talk about the amazing year planned for 2017.  Listen as Ms. Aiken details ongoing and new projects, services and resources from the South Carolina State Library. If you've ever wondered what the State Library does, or if you are curious what The SC State Library has planned for the new year, this is the podcast for you. There is much to look forward to in the upcoming year.  Just remember, “Be Kind to one another.” 

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Congaree park ranger to discuss conservation efforts during Jan. 31 presentation

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Want to know what you can do to help conserve South Carolina's natural world? Join us on January 31 at the South Carolina State Library as we learn about more about this topic with David Shelley, Education Coordinator at the Congaree National Park's Old-Growth Bottomland Forest Research and Education Center. The CongaRee-flections presentation will address several conservation education developments affecting both Congaree National Park and South Carolina more broadly.

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Herbarium Curator to lead class on wintertime botany Jan. 20

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John Nelson will discuss plant identification, offer hands-on learning opportunities

Calling all nature-lovers! Join us on Friday, January 20, from noon-1:00 p.m. at the South Carolina State Library as we learn about wintertime botany with John Nelson, Curator of the A. C. Moore Herbarium.

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Berkeley Library Launches New Young Learner’s Toolbox Program

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Monday’s ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated the official opening of the Young Learner’s Toolbox Learning Lab, a section of the Moncks Corner Library that features multi-sensory toys, learning kits, and technology designed to encourage children to learn while they play. Attendees of the ribbon cutting included; County Supervisor William Peagler, Councilmen Kenneth Gunn, Joshua Whitley, Dennis Fish, and Caldwell Pinckney, as well as members from the Berkeley County School District, South Carolina State Library, and the Town of Moncks Corner.

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