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January 4 is National Trivia Day and the Cannon County Library System is celebrating by hosting a trivia competition! From January 4 - 9, patrons can pick up the trivia sheets of fifty questions to test their knowledge. The questions include the topics of pop culture, presidents, Cannon County history, and questions about the library. If you answer at least ten questions correctly, your name will be placed in a drawing for the grand prize. If you answer all fifty questions correctly, you automatically receive a prize! It's a fun way to earn a prize and you might learn something new!

The King's Birthday is Jan 8--Pin the Hair at Adams Memorial Library

Of course we mean the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis. Adams Memorial Library will celebrate this auspicious day by having a Pin the Hair on Elvis Game. Come to the library and try your hand at getting some hair back on the King. Anyone can play. If you get the King back together you get a prize. Let's not leave the King of Rock and Roll without any hair. Come on down and help him out. "Thank you, thank you very much." - Elvis Presley

Internet and Wi-Fi Basics I and II (Jan 19 & 21 at 9:30 am)

Internet and Wi-Fi Basics I and II for beginners will cover internet service for Woodbury including speed, costs, and data limits; Wi-Fi Basics; Privacy; internet browsers; and more. Classes are Tues and Thurs at 9:30 am, Jan 19 & 21. Please call Adams Memorial Library 615-563-5861 to sign up or for more information.

Winter Reading Program Is Back! (Jan 19-Feb 12)

Adams Memorial Library is bringing back the Winter Reading Program for teens and adults. Beginning Jan 19 continuing through Feb 12, you can read and enter to win exciting prizes. This year the program is being conducted according to how many PAGES you read rather than how many books. Track the pages you read, mark your reading slip, and after reading 1000 pages, turn in your slip to be entered into the Friday prize drawings. You don't have to finish a book to enter. If you're into reading thousand page tomes or two hundred page romances, you can enter as soon as you've read enough pages. What could be easier? Come in to either Adams Memorial or Auburntown Library. Sign up. Start reading. Every reading slip will be entered for the Grand Prize which will be drawn at the end of the program on February 12. Reading slips will be available Jan 19.

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