NOTE: This event has been canceled through the month of March to help prevent the spread of novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Effective on Friday, March 13, all public bookmobile and outreach services will be suspended to possibly resume on Saturday, March 28. CCPL will also be suspending all public programs as well as events and gatherings held in booked rooms, effective Monday, March 16 to possibly resume on Saturday, March 28. Learn more here

Main Library - Throughout March - Jirah Perkins is a 23-year-old emerging artist in the Lowcountry. She believes that collective work and responsibility are pertinent in creating a cohesive and understanding being. Perkins experiments through different mediums and styles with a focus on empowering and uplifting women. This exhibition is inspired by the children’s singing and clapping game, “Miss Mary Mack.” In African-American communities, the many hand games played represented a communal expression of upbringing before the systematic erasure of adolescence. "Miss Mary Mack" honors the flair, togetherness and unadulterated joy of black girlhood. The First Monday Gallery Night opening reception will take place March 2 from 6-7 p.m.