As part of the celebration of Black History month, the Forsyth County Public Library will have its first annual African American Author Fair on Saturday, Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. in the Central Library auditorium. Authors will be discussing their books and participate in book signing, and their books will be available for purchase. A brief question and answer session will follow. The author fair is free and open to the public. For more information call 336-703-2954.
As part of celebrating Black History Month, the Greater Vision Dance Company will offer an informative and educational dance performance for all ages at several library locations. Mr. Jones’ troupe will perform the traditional boot dance and discuss its African American roots.
Do you have a way with words? Don’t be shy! Students in grades 6th through 12th are encouraged to submit a poem with an entry form to compete in this year’s Teen Ink Contest.
The Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center (MJEWHC) is closed for renovations. All Computer Training Bridge classes scheduled at MJEWHC will now be held at Central Library.
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.
All classes originally scheduled at the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center will be held at Central Library starting Thursday, Jan. 31.