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  1. Sensory Storytime: Developmentally Appropriate, Inclusive

    Sensory Storytime: Developmentally Appropriate, Inclusive

    An interactive program of music, stories and sensory activities awaits children at 11 am on Saturday, March 7th at Carver School Road Branch Library. Sensory Storytime welcomes all children, especially those with autism spectrum disorders, sensory integration challenges, or difficulty sitting still.

  2. Books We Like

    Books We Like

    This month Denise McKoy of our Rural Hall Branch library shares some of her favorite book titles with us. Check our readers' Page for more great book suggestions.

  3. Public Sale of Surplus Library Furniture

    Public Sale of Surplus Library Furniture

    On February 27th, from 10am - 2pm, Forsyth County will be selling over 400 surplus items from the Central Library. Don't miss this chance to own a piece of your Library!

  4. Forsyth County Public Library in Photos

    Forsyth County Public Library in Photos

    The Library is overflowing with programs, events and activities that enrich, inspire and educate people of all ages and backgrounds. Here's a look at some of our programming, events and activities in photographs.

  5. Free Tax Assistance at the Library Starting in Early February.

    Free Tax Assistance at the Library Starting in Early February.

    The Library will again partner with volunteers from AARP and VITA to offer tax assistance at many locations throughout Forsyth County beginning in February.

  6. Promoting Computer Literacy Through Computer Training Bridge

    Promoting Computer Literacy Through Computer Training Bridge

    One of the most important services offered at Forsyth County Public Library is one you may not be familiar with. Our Computer Training Bridge program offers programs and classes to reduce the "Digital Divide" and computer illiteracy in Forsyth County.

  7. Information Services now located at Government Center

    Information Services now located at Government Center

    As Central Library undergoes an extensive renovation, Information Services will be temporarily located at the Forsyth County Government Center located at 201 N. Chestnut Street in Winston-Salem.

  8. Story Time Schedule Announced While Central Undergoes Renovations

    Story Time Schedule Announced While Central Undergoes Renovations

    We are pleased to announce a schedule for children's story times that will take place around downtown Winston-Salem locations while Central Library undergoes renovations.