Wake County libraries will host a series of programs for parents who want to learn more about internet safety for children.
Karen Muhammad, crime prevention specialist for the Wake County Sheriff's Office, will lead the programs and talk about how to deal with inappropriate content and behavior on the Internet. Go Ask Mom readers who have been to our events at North Hills might know Muhammad, who offers free child IDs at our events.
Representatives from New York Life Child ID program will be on hand after each program to issue free child photo IDs (as long as a parent is present).
The programs begin Tuesday and are about an hour long. Here's when they are, according to a flier I picked up at one of the libraries:
12:30 p.m., Tuesday: Eva Perry Regional Library, Apex. Call 919-387-2100 for details.
4:30 p.m., Thursday: West Regional Library, Cary. Call 919-463-8500 for details.
4 p.m., June 11: Southeast Regional Library, Garner. Call 919-662-2250 for details.
Noon, June 12: North Regional Library, Raleigh. Call 919-870-4000 for details.
4:30 p.m., June 13: East Regional Library, Knightdale. Call 919-217-5300 for details.
4:30 p.m., June 18: Cameron Village Regional Library, Raleigh. Call 919-856-6710 for details.