Check out December’s upcoming adult programs!!
Vaya Health: Dementia-A Deeper Understanding
December 1st | 11 AM-12 PM | @The Marion library
Did you know that dementia is an umbrella term including a variety of different symptoms?
Caring for someone with dementia can present unique challenges. This curriculum will examine, in detail, associated symptoms and behavioral changes. It will also explore best practices for care delivery.
Creative Writing Club
December 5th | 5-6 PM | The Marion library
Unlock your creative potential with our free writing class!
Dive into the art of storytelling, refine your writing skills, and bring your imagination to life on paper. Whether you are a new or seasoned writer, this class will help improve your skills with guided exercises and prompts followed up with constructive feedback that will refine your writing style and enhance your storytelling.
Led by Kayla Kovamees, a writer from Marion, NC that specializes in the horror genre. Kayla holds a Bachelors in English and Creative Writing with a concentration in Fiction from Southern New Hampshire University.
December 8th | 1-2 PM | The Marion library
Every month we select a diverse range of books covering different genres.
This month we are discussing “Code Name Sapphire” by Pam Jenoff.
Enjoy an evening of refreshments and share in the joy of reading with fellow book enthusiasts.
HealthCare Open Enrollment
December 11th |1-5:30 PM | The Marion library
The MATCH team is holding free assistance with the Marketplace Open Enrollment.
If you would like to learn more about what health care plans are available to you or would like help signing up for a plan please call us at 828-652-3858 to schedule an appointment.
December 12th | 3:30-5 PM | The Marion library
Visit the Marion Library and get crafty with us as we create adorable mini wreaths.
These charming creations are perfect for decorating your tree or giving as a heartfelt homemade gift.
December 15th | 2-3 PM | The Marion library
This public group is dedicated to exploring and preserving the rich history of our McDowell. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a student looking to expand your knowledge, or simply curious about the stories that shape McDowell, this club is for you!
Amanda Biddix, the Genealogy and Local History Room Manager, will offer a presentation from our archives sharing the history of the 1916 Flood. Come and discover the flood that shaped Western North Carolina!
Hometown Tales: Local Author Meet and Greet
With Julia Nunnally Duncan
December 16th | 3-5 PM | The Marion library
Show your love for local literature !
Julia Nunnally Duncan, a gem in our community, is headlining our library’s author meet and greet where she will be discussing her newest book , “All We Have Loved”.
Come out, support a local author, and immerse yourself in the stories that make Marion shine. It’s an evening of literary celebration you won’t want to miss!
Old Fort’s Adult Programs
Amateur Writer’s Club
December 12th, 4-5 PM at The Old Fort Library
The AWC is a group of aspiring writers creating a community for sharing ideas and learning new techniques for writing.
Health Care Enrollment
December, 12th |1-5:30 PM | The Old Fort library
The MATCH team is holding free assistance with the Marketplace Open Enrollment. If you would like to learn more about what health care plans are available to you or would like help signing up for a plan please call us at 828-652-3858 to schedule an appointment.
Don’t forget to check out the Seed Library!
Thanks to the McDowell Master Gardeners we have an amazing seed library to offer our community!
Stop by the Marion Library and borrow some seeds, or leave some seeds.