Would you like to get started with vegetable gardening, or learn new tips for healthy plants and abundant harvests? Join us for “Let’s Get Growing: Organic Gardening Basics” at the Malloy/Jordan Library on Tuesday, June 19 from 6-8 pm.
No backyard? No problem! The program will include resources for finding or starting a community garden in Forsyth County.
On Monday, June 18, at 3pm, the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center will host the second in a series of documentaries showcasing the significant, but often overlooked contributions of African Americans to rock and roll. Monday's film, "Tear the Roof Off the Sucker-The Untold Story of Parliament Funkadelic," Outlines the highs and lows of funk/rock legends, Parliament-Funkadelic.
Join the fun on Wednesday, June 20 at 2pm, and make an air powered rocket from water bottles. Make one and watch it shoot into the air.
Legal Aid of North Carolina holds free monthly or quarterly clinics on common legal issues all around the state. The clinics educate people about their legal rights and, in some cases, empower them to file certain legal actions without a lawyer. Participants can also ask general questions of volunteer attorneys. Clinics are free and open to the public, but advance registration is required. Call 1-866-219-5262 (toll-free) or visit legalaidnc.org/get-help to register.
On June 19 at 6 pm, Gardeners from the North Carolina Cooperative Extension will discuss the basics of organic gardening from building healthy soil to proper watering, managing weeds, insects & diseases , all in environmentally friendly ways.
The Library is partnering with Wake Forest Baptist Health to present a year-long series of programs on healthy aging. Programs will take place the second Tuesday of each month in the Central Library Auditorium.