The newly renovated Central Library has many good reasons for you to visit, not least of which is the permanent art collection on display throughout the building. The development of this collection was begun by Ralph Philip Hanes in the 1950s and 60s. Hanes believed the library should be a place of enrichment for the community, and he thought that fine artwork on display would be a complement to the books and other materials in the library.
You enjoyed him so much last time that we’ve asked our Teen Chef, Aaron Cullins, back for two sessions this January.
Join TCTAB and partake in activities and community projects.
This month Jamie Stroble a librarian in our Kernersville Branch Library reviews some of her favorite funny books . Perfect for relieving stress related to the rush of the holidays. So, let's get ready to laugh and add some real cheer to the season.
Join us for an information session with Family Services of Winston Salem, on December 14th at 10 am in Central Library's auditorium.
Our Nerds & Geeks club is for teens to share what they are currently obsessing about with other teens. From Fandoms to the latest fashion trend, we discuss it all. We meet once a month in Teen Central.