News & Updates: Town Of Nashville News

Mad Scientist Summer Reading Party.

Join us at the Nashville Library on Saturday, 2 August, from 11:00am-12:30pm, for our Mad Scientist Summer Reading Party. The party will be held in the Council Chambers, and registration to attend is required. Ages 5-12.

Kids Story Time at the Library.

Come join us on Monday, 28 July, from 10:30am-11:00am, for Kids Story Time at the Nashville Library. Fun for kids ages 2-5.

Nashville Police Department’s 2nd Annual National Night Out 2014

Come and join us for the Nashville Police Department’s 2nd Annual National Night Out Celebration! Bring your family and friends to this FREE community event that promotes crime prevention, safety and education for people of all ages. Stay after the event

Notice Of A Public Hearing Regarding A Special Use Request In The Town Of Nashville Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

Notice is hereby given that a joint public hearing before the Town Council and Planning Board will be held on Wednesday, the 30th day of July 2014 at 7:00 PM in the Council Chamber located at 114 W Church Street in

Town of Nashville 18 July Outdoor Movie.

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Summer Reading Story Time for Kids ages 2-5.

Join us at the library on Monday, 21 July, from 10:30am-11:00am, for summer reading Kids Story Time. It’s reading and singing fun for kids ages 2-5. Enjoy.

“Fish the Magish” at the Library.

Come out on Thursday, 24 July, at 3:00pm, for a magic show performed by Fish the Magish. Fish the Magish will be performing in the Council Chambers as part of the library’s summer reading program. Last year it was standing

Rain Stick Summer Reading Project.

Join us Tuesday, 22 July, from 11:00am-12:00pm, for our library’s summer reading project for kids ages 9-12. The craft will be held in the Council Chambers, where the kids will be making rain sticks. Attendance is by registration only, as space and

Badges and Books: Cooley Library (Date Changed)

Badges and Books Reading Event July 23, 2014 4-5pm Harold D. Cooley Library 114 W. Church St. Nashville, NC

Not Snakes on a Plane, but Snakes in the Library!

Join us Tuesday, 15 July, at 3:00pm, in the Council Chambers at the Cooley Library, for “Snakes Alive”, a presentation by herpetologist Ron Cromer. Ron will present an educational program about reptiles, featuring approximately 2 dozen harmless U.S. species as well


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