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Black History Month to Examine the State of Black Education in America

By Don Dwiggins / January 24, 2017

February is Black History Month. This year's theme is Black Education in America. Join us as we present programs throughout the month that focus on this important theme as well as other programs and activities that celebrate and mark the many accomplishments and contributions of African Americans to society.


Medicine Drop-Off Day at Walkertown January 25th. Turn in your medication for safe disposal.

By Walkertown Branch Library / January 23, 2017

Medicine Drop-Off Day is Wednesday, January 25th. Come to the Walkertown Branch library between 10 am and 1 pm and turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal. The event is sponsored by the Town of Walkertown.


Database of the Week: Value Line Investment Research Center

By Jacquelyn White / January 22, 2017

Provides investment research on stocks, mutual funds, options and convertibles, and offers a family of no-load mutual funds.


Prepare for College @ The Library

By Jody Lohman / January 11, 2017

Come to the Library for the Preparing for College Series.


Service Spotlight: Computer Training Bridge

By Jacquelyn White / January 11, 2017

Whether you need to learn the basics or increase your computer skills through specific software programs, we have the class for you! Our Computer Training Bridge program offers programs and classes to reduce the "Digital Divide" and computer illiteracy in Forsyth County.


Free Movie Screening: The Girl on the Train

By Michael Ackerman / January 10, 2017

You've read the bestselling novel. Now come watch the mind-blowing film adaptation! Join us at the Clemmons Branch Library on Thursday, January 26 at 8 pm for a special late-night screening of The Girl on the Train.

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