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You’re Invited: Forsyth Community Gardening Season Review

By Megan Gregory / December 8, 2016

Forsyth Community Gardening invites all community gardeners to our annual Harvest Party and Season Review on Tuesday, December 13 from 5:30-8:00 pm at Forsyth Cooperative Extension. Enjoy a potluck dinner and recipe swap, celebrate community gardeners’ accomplishments in 2016, and help envision FCG’s future! There will also be a Children's Table with crafts and activities.

Parks and Recreation

Celebrate the holidays at the Manor House!

By Jessica Sanders / December 7, 2016

Come celebrate the holidays with us at the Tanglewood Park Manor House!


Tips for Safe Shopping During the Holidays

By Ashleigh Sloop / December 5, 2016

The holiday season is right around the corner, and shoppers are crowding stores to buy the latest gadgets and find the best deals. This time of year attracts more shopping-related criminal activity because of the larger crowds and the extended store hours. These factors, and the usual distraction of shopping, create a favorable environment for petty thieves and other offenders.

Forsyth County

Public Input Meetings Scheduled for New Clemmons Branch Library

By Don Dwiggins / December 4, 2016

You're invited to attend upcoming public meetings on the what you would like to see in a new Clemons Branch Library. Four meetings are planned over December 13th and 14th at the Village Hall and at the Clemmons Branch Library.

Cooperative Extension

New Grant Opportunity for Family Farms in Forsyth County

By Mary Jac Brennan / November 22, 2016

Informational Meeting Dec. 5, 2016 6:30-7:30 pm at the Forsyth Cooperative Extension Office. Deadline to submit an application is January 5, 2017


Support the Library with the Purchase of an Engraved Brick Paver

By Don Dwiggins / November 18, 2016

Our new re-imagined Central Library will soon be home to some truly unique, fresh and exciting spaces for discovery, creativity and collaboration. Now is your chance to be a part of the opening of the new Central Library--and its lasting history--through the purchase of a commemorative, engraved brick paver.

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