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All Branches Closed for Christmas Dec. 24-26

Published by Amber McClure / December 11, 2019

All branches will be closed Tuesday-Thursday, Dec. 24-26, for Christmas.


Downloadables at Walkertown Branch Cancelled Dec. 27

Published by Computer Training Bridge / December 4, 2019

The downloadables class at Walkertown Branch Library will be cancelled on Dec. 27. All other classes will remain as scheduled.


The Bookmobile and Storytime at Hanes Mall

Published by Wright Adams / December 4, 2019

This month we will be reading holiday stories on Thursday, December 19, at 10 a.m. Then come aboard the bookmobile for a holiday themed craft. The story time is free and open to the public in the play area near Macys. For more information call 336-703-2951. The address for Hanes Mall is 3320 Silas Creek Pkwy, Winston-Salem, NC 27103.


Sensory-Friendly Programs

Published by Ruddiyette Yisak / December 1, 2019

Children and caregivers can attend sensory-friendly programs throughout Forsyth County Public Libraries. Please check the list of upcoming events for more information.


December Reading Challenge

Published by Lara Luck / November 26, 2019

It’s holiday season - time for good food, good friends, and good books. So this month’s challenge will be to read a holiday book. You can pick any holiday you want. It doesn’t have to be a December holiday. Maybe you want to read about a holiday you don’t celebrate. Or you could read a holiday planning book to help you get through the season. Maybe you want to read good fiction set during your favorite holiday. The choice is yours.


Mixed Doubles: Tandem Lectures on Unrelated Topics for the Terminally Curious

Published by Mary Giunca / November 26, 2019

Mixed Doubles is a playful series that brings together two experts from disparate disciplines in the Triad for an exchange of ideas, demonstrations and more. It's the perfect cure for the winter doldrums.

Mixed Doubles kicks off on Wednesday, Jan. 8 in the Central Library auditorium from 6-7 p.m. for a discussion on punk rock and French cooking and continues with three more sessions at Central Library before it moves to the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art.

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