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International Game Day

Published by Amber McClure / November 16, 2017

Come one and come all to Central's auditorium on November 18th from 12-4 pm for a day of board games, video games, and endless fun to celebrate International Game Day with fellow fans and game lovers!

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Teen Central’s Ugly Sweater Holiday Party

Published by Jacquelyn White / November 16, 2017

Is holiday break looking cold and boring? Pull out your ugliest sweater* and come for games, treats, and ugly-sweater related fun. Prizes awarded to the ugliest sweaters. No registration needed. *Ugly sweater not required.


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"I Was There: a Staged Reading of Veteran Stories" at the Lewisville Branch

Published by Raegen Luntz / November 15, 2017

Join us at the Lewisville Branch on Saturday, November 18th at 2pm as the Blue Moon Theater Co. in conjunction with Dr. Cyndi Briggs and the New Winston Museum presents "I Was There: a Staged Reading of Veteran Stories." This event will be first-person accounts from veterans from WWII to the Korean War to the Vietnam War. Sponsored by Wake Forest University’s Interdisciplinary PLACe. Free and open to the public.

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Books We Like

Published by Lara Luck / November 13, 2017

This month Lara Luck, our Collection Development Manager, makes an encore as our book reviewer as she delves into the world of epic fantasy.


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Author and Vietnam War historian visits Kernersville Branch Library

Published by Kernersville Branch Library / November 7, 2017

Saturday, December 2, 11 a.m. Join us for a discussion on the Vietnam war and its aftermath with Chris Brady, Bruce Brady and Ed Ramon. Chris Brady has written two books on the Vietnam War: Remembering Firebase Ripcord and his latest book, We Answered the Call - a novel.

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English Conversation Club at Central Library

Published by Staci Falkowitz / November 7, 2017

Are you interested in improving your conversational skills? If so, we are pleased to tell you about our English Conversation Club, a great new resource at Central Library.

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