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Programs for All Ages

Summer Reading 2024: Adventure Begins at Your Library!


Learn and Play Preschool Storytime

Learn and play with stories and activities for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers on Thursdays at 10:30 am. This is a great opportunity for socialization for children and caregivers alike.

School-Age Programs

Explore educational, STEAM activities. Best for ages 5-12. Select Wednesday afternoons at 3:30 pm. Call 336-873-7521 for more information. This is a great opportunity for afterschool activities. 

During the summer, we offer school-age programs weekly at various times. 


Books and Banter

Join us each Thursday at 4:30 for games, chatting, and more. Join us on the 4th Thursday of the month for discussion of a particular title. Stop by to pick up a copy of this month's book or call 336-873-7521 to find out what we are reading.


Un-Book Club

Each month we read titles related to a theme and discuss. Free and open to the public. Meets the last Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm. Call 336-873-7521 to find out this month's theme.

Seagrove Ladies Book Club

This long-running book club is perfect for ladies who love to read. Registration required. Call 336-873-7521 for more information.

Monthly Programs

Try your hand at everything from Crochet to Genealogy with our monthly programs on specific Tuesdays at 6:00 pm. Visit our calendar for more information.

Check out our Seed Library!

New seeds added seasonally. Check out, grow, harvest, let grow some more, and return the seeds. 

For more information call the Seagrove Library.

What is a seed library?  The Seed Library is a seed lending and swapping program to cultivate community and give folks the tools and knowledge they need to grow, save, and  share food for years to come. 

How the heck do you borrow seeds? Check seeds out, grow them, harvest the produce, save seeds at the end of the season, and 'return' your saved seeds. There are no fees or fines as the seeds are not checked out on your account. Look for programs throughout the year related to saving, growing, harvesting, and sharing seeds. 

When do I harvest seeds? And how? This varies from plant to plant, but is usually pretty simple. We’ve included information on when and how to harvest seeds on each seed packet. 

Do I need to wash seeds? Generally, not. You’ll want to clean the bulk of the flesh off, but a little is fine. It is absolutely essential that you let them dry completely, though. Lay the unwashed seeds out on paper and let them dry for two weeks.

How should I store seeds? Once completely dry, wrap seeds in paper or put in an envelope. Label it. Store it in an airtight container in a cool, dark place like a closet. You can even add some rice to the storage container to ensure seeds stay dry and mildew free.

How do I ‘return’ seeds? Bring your seeds to the library in an envelope, paper bag, or just wrapped with paper. Write your name and telephone number/email on the outside.  We’ll  follow up with some questions.

What happens if I don’t have any  seeds to return?  Sometimes, even with the best efforts, plants fail. Try again next year.  You might want to keep a journal to track your successes and challenges.

Can I share seeds from my garden? Yes! Any seeds can be added to the seed library as long as they are open-pollinated. 

We Want Your Seeds!  Do you have a flower that has been passed down through generations? A tomato that you love? We’d love to have your seeds and your stories!

About Us

In the heart of North Carolina and located near many of Seagrove's pottery shops, you will find the Seagrove Library!  Here you can use your Randolph County library card to check out books from our large selection of adult, young adult, children's and pottery books, sign onto one of our four internet computers, check out magazines, or choose titles from our selection of over 1,500 DVDs!  Children can visit our children's area to browse for books, do crafts, play with puzzles and small toys.

 Wi-fi is available 24 hours a day. No access key required, just accept the terms of use.

Tuesday - Friday 10-6

Saturday 11-3

Calendar of Events

Check out programs for all ages. 

Library Manager

Charity Johnson


530 Old Plank Road
Seagrove, NC 27341




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