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Nov 2, 2021 by McCormick Library

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Events

Film Screening  – My Garden of a Thousand Bees – June 2nd, 2022

Film Screening – My Garden of a Thousand Bees – June 2nd, 2022

The McCormick County Library is excited to host an all-ages, free screening of My Garden of a Thousand Bees on Thursday, June 2nd at 6 pm. See bees like you’ve never seen them before in this 1 hour PBS Nature documentary. Locked down during the coronavirus pandemic,...

Using Native Plants In the Home Landscape – May 19th, 2022

Using Native Plants In the Home Landscape – May 19th, 2022

On Thursday, May 19th, the McCormick Library will offer an evening program for adults about the benefits of using native plants in the home landscape. Master gardener Judy Kirkland will talk about the importance of pollinators and other insects that benefit from these...

Cassandra King Conroy – May 12th, 2022

Cassandra King Conroy – May 12th, 2022

Everyone is invited to the Dorn Mill in McCormick on May 12th at 6 pm for an evening with Cassandra King Conroy, the best-selling novelist whose fiction has won the hearts of readers everywhere, especially in the American south. In her recent memoir TELL ME A STORY:...

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Friends of the McCormick County Library

Founded in 1994, the Friends of the McCormick County Library is a team of volunteers proud to support and strengthen the McCormick County Library. In 2019, our  volunteers logged over 4,000 hours of service to the community!

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Come Play!

The McCormick County Library is also the site of a community public playground. The playground has equipment designed for children from preschool to age 12,  including swings and musical instruments. The playground also includes a picnic shelter with four picnic tables. What a great place to spend the day!

Meeting Room

The McCormick County Library makes its meeting room available to groups or organizations for informational, civic, educational, cultural, or community welfare activities.

 To qualify for use of the meeting room, users may not use the room for the following purposes: religious worship, celebratory services, personal social activities or fundraising events with the exception of fundraising events held to benefit the library.