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Autism Afternoon at McNairy

G.L.O.W.: Greensboro Libraries On Weekends

  • CostFree

Once a month, the Glenn McNairy Branch offers a designated "Autism Afternoon” to encourage our customers with autism to visit the library. If you are a parent who has been avoiding the library because you are concerned your child will be loud or disruptive, please come during this afternoon.

Library staff members familiar with autism will be on hand, and signage will be posted to inform other library customers that it is “Autism Afternoon.”

Join us for Sensory Storytime at 3 pm, Exceptional Construction at 4 pm, or stop by any time between 3 - 5 pm to find out ways to make it easier for your family to access the library’s resources and programs. Questions? Contact Kelly Proudfit, McNairy’s youth services librarian and a parent of a child with autism.

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