Friends of the Chatham Community Library Book Sale
Join us for our Spring 2023 Book Sale at the Chatham Community Library in Pittsboro. This will be a three-day sale on Thursday, March 30, from 9 am to 5 pm; Friday, March 31, from 9 am to 5 pm; and Saturday, April 1, from 9 am to 2 pm. Thursday prices: hardbacks: $3 and softbacks: $2, Audio/Visual items $2. Most children's books: $1 and $2. Friday is half-price day. Saturday is bag day: books $5 per grocery bag, and A/V $1 per item. There are over 20,000 items in 26 categories including exceptional collections of genealogy, art, and LP vinyl records. Members of the Friends of the Library receive a 10% discount on purchases of $5 or more.
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The Quiltmaker Café will be partnering with Carolina Cravings and Huckleberry Trail Farm for fun and games at the farm on Saturday, April 2nd from 12-4pm! All are welcome, please register in advance for the egg hunt at
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The Red Cross of Central Carolina is seeking volunteers to help in many ways. Training is offered and your help is valued.
Our Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment Parent/Caregiver Survey will help us identify the early childhood education and care needs in our community.

The survey is LIVE on our Chatham Kids Matter website:
Date: Saturday, April 1, 2023
Time: 10am-1pm
Rain Date: Sunday, April 2, 2pm-5pm
Location: CCCC- Pittsboro Campus
Tentative Schedule:
10:00am Enjoy the vendors, glitter tattoos, balloon animals, food trucks, meet the Easter Bunny and more!
11:15am Bunny Hop Race (sack race)
11:30am “Egg Toss” (water balloon toss)
12:00pm 0–3-year-old Egg Hunt
12:15pm 4-6-year-old Egg Hunt
12:30pm 7–9-year-old Egg Hunt
12:45pm 10+ year old Egg Hunt
Described as a “preeminent voice of the South,” award-winning author Lee Smith will headline Chatham Literacy’s Spring for Literacy Author Event at the Governor’s Club on Wednesday, May 17th from 11:00am to 2:00pm.

Smith will discuss her latest novel “Silver Alert” which critics describe as a “buoyant novel swelling with humanity and compassion.” (Tickets are $100 per person, tables seat 10 people).

With fourteen novels to her credit, Smith is a New York Times best-selling author and has won numerous awards, including the American Academy for Arts and Letters, North Carolina Award for Literature and numerous others. Critics hail Lee’s “evocative prose” with her “ear for speech and voice other writers can only envy.”

Tickets go on sale March 15th. Contact or call 919-742-0578.

The novel goes on sale April 18. You can pre-order Smith’s book and 20% of your book sale will go toward Chatham Literacy if purchased at McIntyre’s Books.

Chatham Literacy, helping adults improve literacy skills to reach their goals!

Registration starts March 1st (Tickets $100/person, tables of 10 available). Contact or call 919-742-0578.
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