In this time of pandemic, the library programming is currently in virtual mode. We’re doing programs like Book Club, Teen Breakouts, and Astronomy Club online. We’ll be live streaming some things and posting some things to our new YouTube, Kershaw County ONLINE.
Some times have changed for the programming that switched to online:
Bethune Book Club/Camden Book Club: 4 PM on Google Meet (call 438-7881 to sign up)
Bethune Book Club
Camden Book Club
Masks & Mocktails
Silent Book Club
Our regular programming for adults ranges from fun hobbies like knittingI to crucial skills like computer instruction and job search assistance.
Bethune and Camden branches have monthly book clubs:
The Bethune branch offers a monthly Yarn Group. Local yarn enthusiasts, knitters, and crocheters are invited to bring their current projects to meet and socialize with like-minded crafters. All levels are welcome from beginners to experts. This group meets the fourth Thursday of each month from 5 PM – 6:30 PM.
The Camden branch invites knitters and other yarn and fiber artists to Knit Night at the Library. Work on your project while enjoying the company of others. Pearl Nester, avid knitter and art quilter, lends her knowledge to the group. All levels are welcome from beginners to experts. This group meets twice a month (check out dates on our calendar) from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM.
For teens, we have fun and engaging events where they can enjoy many different types of programming. We’re having anything from relaxation to excitement, crafting to education. Our breakout series, in both Elgin and Bethune, is fun and educational because it helps teens learn to work together as well as how to solve problems collectively.
The library provides a wide variety of programming, from author talks to musical events to cooking classes! See our event calendar for what’s new this month.