Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 6 p.m. NC Museum of History curator Earl L. Ijames highlights the experiences of African Americans, American Indians, and whites in the struggle for equal rights for oppressed citizens in the state of North Carolina, focusing on the years from the 1830s to the 1980s.
In honor of the Great Backyard Bird Count (Feb. 14 - 17), we will create some simple birdseed ornaments and talk about the joy of bird watching. We'll share our favorite text and digital resources for seeking out and identifying our feathered friends; and, weather permitting, we'll take a walk around the library and try out our new-found skills. Please call 336-703-2940 to register.
The Greater Vision Dance Company performs traditional African dances as well as a boot dance. Company founder and artistic director, Wayne Jones, will discuss the origins of African-American traditional step dance. Open to all ages.
Like helping people with technology? We'd love to have you on our team. We're hiring a computer coach to work with our Computer Training Bridge program to provide technology instruction and learning materials for our patrons. Take a look for information on how to apply.
The library will once again partner with volunteers from Forsyth Free Tax and AARP to offer tax assistance at many locations throughout Forsyth County, including several libraries.
The Tooth Fairy will be visiting the Lewisville Branch Library on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 10:15 a.m. to share stories, rhymes, songs and activities about dental health. All ages are welcome. Presented by Tina S. Merhoff & Associates Pediatric Dentistry.