With the best of intentions the Library rolled out a new web page last week that will allow users much easier access to articles, resources and information about the Library. As you probably know by now, there is an influx of digital gremlins wreaking mayhem on our site. We greatly apologize for the less than ideal condition of our page and want to assure you we are working diligently with the County's webteam to correct the problems and restore the site as quickly as possible.
Learn about the options available for anyone with a Gmail account. This workshop will cover Google Docs & Sheets, Photos, Calendar and more. Please come with your gmail.com email address and password. Laptops will be provided but you are welcome to bring your own device. Space is limited, so register today by calling the Rural Hall Branch Library at 336-703-2970.
This is an unstructured, yarn crafting time open to ages 12 and older. All skill levels are welcome! You will need to bring your own materials. No registration is necessary. Call 336 703-2971 for more information.
This month Carolyn Price, manager of our Clemmons Branch shares some of her favorite titles with us. Just a reminder that Summer Reading kicks off Friday June 17th at 6:30 pm at Artivity on the Green, 630 N. Liberty Street in downtown Winston-Salem. Kids, teens and adults are all invited to attend and to sign up for Summer Reading 2016.
Make plans now to join us for our big kick-off of Summer Reading 2016 on Friday, June 17th at 6:30 pm at Artivity on the Green Park, located at 630 N. Liberty Street in downtown Winston-Salem. There will be arts and crafts for the kids, a performance by our staff of children's librarians and special entertainment by Amanda Durnell of Down to Earth Aerials, a Cirque du Soleil style aerialist.
The spring gardening season is in full swing, for both new gardeners and professionals alike. We’ve pulled some gardening magazines from our Zinio collection to highlight.