On June 19 at 6 pm, Gardeners from the North Carolina Cooperative Extension will discuss the basics of organic gardening from building healthy soil to proper watering, managing weeds, insects & diseases , all in environmentally friendly ways.
Making Proud Choices! is a safer-sex approach to HIV/AIDS and teen pregnancy prevention. Interest meeting: June 11, 6 PM at Central Library. Camps: Every Wednesday, June 13-July 11 and Every Friday, June 15-July 6.
Legal Aid of North Carolina holds free monthly or quarterly clinics on common legal issues all around the state. The clinics educate people about their legal rights and, in some cases, empower them to file certain legal actions without a lawyer. Participants can also ask general questions of volunteer attorneys. Clinics are free and open to the public, but advance registration is required. Call 1-866-219-5262 (toll-free) or visit legalaidnc.org/get-help to register.
The fifth workshop of the "Forsyth Money Smart" Financial Literacy Series in partnership with the Summit Credit Union, this workshop will provide tips on how to improve your credit score, and information on how credit scores are determined.
The City of Winston-Salem's Recycle Today program is hands-on and teaches people of all ages about the importance of recycling, waste reduction, what is recyclable in Winston-Salem, what happens to recyclables when they leave a home, and much more on Tuesday, June 19, at 11:30 am.
Local author Ray Morrison will discuss his novel, "In a World of Small Truths" with a book signing to follow. Morrison won first prize in the Short Story category of the 2011 Press 53 Open Awards (judged by Chris Offutt) and he has twice won Honorable Mention in the Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition.