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Join the State Library of North Carolina’s Government and Heritage Library in honoring Hispanic Heritage in North Carolina.We invite you to explore North Carolina’s Latin American and Caribbean heritage through the diverse perspectives of people who have migrated to the state. In collaboration with the Institute for the Study of the Americas at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the “New Roots: Voices from Carolina del Norte” initiative.

The State Archives of North Carolina and the State Library of North Carolina invite you to embark on a thrilling journey of North Carolina Trivia with a spooky twist. From ghostly tales to mysterious landmarks, we've crafted a trivia experience that will send shivers down your spine.

On Wednesday, October 25th at 7:00 pm, bring your friends or go solo, for a chance to win prizes and ultimate bragging rights – this trivia night promises to be a hauntingly good time for all.

“New to NC” is a virtual series hosted by the State Library of North Carolina’s Government and Heritage Library, offering an array of topics catered to new North Carolinians. Our inaugural “New to NC” program features the State Library of North Carolina’s Accessible Books and Library Services (ABLS).

The State Library and State Archives of North Carolina, in partnership with the Capital City Juneteenth Celebration Committee, present a Lunch and Learn panel of veteran family history researchers. The panelists will offer research strategies and share their own experiences untangling the intersected knots of history, memory, and surviving records to reveal their ancestral roots. A question and answer session with panelists and staff of the SLNC and SANC will follow.

On April 17, 2023, 2:00 - 3:00 PM, the SLNC Government and Heritage Library will host North Carolina Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green for National Poetry Month.
Jaki Shelton Green will offer a poetry reading, share her journey to the poet laureateship, and her work with youth engagement.

Think you're an expert on North Carolina history, geography, and culture? Here's your chance to show off your skills in North Carolina Trivia, brought to you by the State Archives of North Carolina and the State Library of North Carolina.

On Wednesday, March 29th, at 7 pm, players can participate—individually or in teams—from The Raleigh Times as we present fascinating trivia about the Old North State.

Women’s History Month, the SLNC Spotlights Dr. Helen G. Edmonds: A Conversation with Dr. Freddie Parker
Join us in conversation with one of Dr. Edmonds’ former students, Dr. Freddie Parker, Professor of History at North Carolina Central University, about her life and her legacy.

Join the SLNC Government & Heritage Library, virtually on February 27, 2023, to learn more from Richard Cox, project director, and Digital Technology Consultant at University Libraries, UNC Greensboro, and project coordinator Lisa R. Withers.

The SLNC Government & Heritage Library is pleased to announce the addition of two new digital collections to its subscription offerings: the Adam Matthew Colonial America and  Colonial Caribbean primary source collections. These collections are available on site at the Government & Heritage Library or online from anywhere to users with an SLNC Government & Heritage Library card.

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