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Online Library Card Registration

Published by Amber McClure / March 25, 2020

If you don't yet have a library card, you can now register for one online. Fill out the form by clicking on our Online Library Card Registration button on the right. Library staff will process your request so that you can access our virtual library from home.

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The HistoryMakers: Today's African American Stories From Real Makers of History

Published by Amber McClure / March 23, 2020

Discover fascinating stories from those who lived them in the nation’s largest African American Video Oral history collection. Over 148,163 stories are assembled here from life oral history interviews with 2,691 historically significant African Americans. This number will continue to grow as more and more participate in today’s current events.


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Our Virtual Library is Always Open

Published by Amber McClure / March 22, 2020

You can still enjoy the same amazing services from your library in the comfort of your home. Not only can you check out ebooks, eaudiobooks and emagazines, but you can also get free access to tools that will help you learn a new language, polish your resume, get help with homework and more. You can find it all in our virtual library.

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All Branches Will Offer To-Go Library Pickup as All 10 Branches Close to the Public on March 17

Published by Mary Giunca / March 20, 2020

All Forsyth County Public Libraries will begin an alternative delivery method for books and materials, beginning on Wednesday, March 18. All 10 library branches will close to the public on Tuesday, March 17 at 6 p.m.


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Storytime From Space

Published by Mia Jordan / March 19, 2020

Check out Story Time from Space, a project of the Global Space Education Foundation. They send children’s books to the International Space Station. While in space, astronauts videotape themselves reading these books to the children of Earth. To check it out, go to https://storytimefromspace.com/

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Just the facts. Information you can trust is available free from your local library

Published by Mary Giunca / March 17, 2020

No rumors. No gossip. No scare tactics here. Libraries have a proud history of providing the public with useful and accessible information. We suggest you use the following trusted sources to learn the latest about coronavirus.

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