Webb Programs

Story Time

The Webb Library offers a story time suitable for young children accompanied by their caregivers. The Webb Storytime includes songs, games, crafts, snacks, and plenty of fun activities for your young reader.

Wednesdays: 11:00am

Contact: Joanne McNeill, Brittany CurryLibrary Staff, (252) 726 – 1063

Knitting Groups

The Webb Library facilitates a knitting group called the Knit Wits. If you’d like to learn how to knit or crochet, need some help with an ongoing project, or would just like to talk while you work, feel free to come in and join them.

Wednesdays: 11:30am

Contact: Joan Shaw, Library Staff, (252) 726 – 1063

Book Clubs

The Webb Library hosts a book club at 1:00 in the Afternoon. The club meets on the first Thursday of each month to discuss the current book, which will be listed here or on the front page of our website, or you can call to find out our current selection.

Afternoon Book Club: Resumes Thursday, Aug 5 at 1:00pm
August Book: The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck

Contact: Ellen Sewell, Library Staff, (252) 726 – 3012

Mah Jong Not meeting at the present time

The Webb Library hosts a Mah Jong group twice per month. This group plays in the traditional style of Mah Jong, and is always welcoming more members. If you are interested in learning to play Mah Jong, or would like to join a group who plays regularly, feel free to call for more information.

Tuesdays: 1:00pm (Call for Schedule)

Contact: Joan Shaw, Library Staff, (252) 726 – 3012

Tuesday Afternoon Movie

The Webb Library shows a Matinee Movie the fourth Tuesday of the month at 1 PM. Information about the movie will be posted on the website and delivered with the newsletter for the month.

NOTE! Next Movie: “Moonstruck” starring Cher and Nicolas Cage will be shown Tuesday, August 31

Cher gives an Oscar-winning performance opposite Nicolas Cage in this classic romantic comedy

A full moon, a New York City night, and love and music in the air . . . One of the most enchanting romantic comedies of all time assembles a flawless ensemble cast for a tender and boisterously funny look at a multigenerational Italian American family in Brooklyn, wrestling with the complexities of love and marriage at every stage of life. At the center of it all is a radiant Cher as Loretta, an unlucky-in-love bookkeeper whose feelings about her engagement to the staid Johnny (Danny Aiello) are thrown into question after she meets his hot-blooded brother, Ronny (Nicolas Cage), and one night at the opera changes everything.

Winner of the Academy Awards for best actress (Cher), supporting actress (Olympia Dukakis), and original screenplay (by playwright John Patrick Shanley), this modern-day fairy tale is swept along on passionate Puccini melodies, and directed by master storyteller Norman Jewison with the heightened emotion to match.

Fourth Tuesday: 1:00pm

Contact: Joan Shaw, Library Staff, (252) 726 – 3012