A community partnership gave children without digital access in their homes refurbished Chromebooks on Sept. 17 at the Central Library.
The fall edition of "Intersections" features stories about library gardens, a look at the history of our On The Same Page community read, programs supporting Domestic Violence Awareness Month and more.
Don't miss our reading and discussion of The Personal Librarian with authors Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray on Sunday, November 13.
Calling young artists! The Forsyth County Public Library Bookmark Contest opens to entries on Aug. 20. All children and teens from grade Pre-K through grade 12 may design a bookmark to enter. Entries will be accepted through Oct. 3. Winners selected will be invited to an awards ceremony and will have their bookmarks distributed by the library during the course of the next year. Entry forms may be downloaded here or picked up at your local library. Call 336-703-3040 for more information.
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners and the Forsyth County Public Library Board of Trustees dedicated Central Library as the Sylvia Y. Sprinkle-Hamlin Building in a ceremony held on Thursday, July 28 at 11 a.m. Sprinkle-Hamlin served as the director of the Forsyth County Public Library system from 2000-2019. She was the first African American and first woman to serve in that role.
Call to artists: partner with the library this year and share your creative talents with your community through programs and education.
Join us for virtual preschool programs with Zoom! Click the day, time and location you want to join and we will send you the information you need to sign in.