Central Library


Latent Prints: A True Crime Book Club

Published by Amelia Poovey / September 23, 2021

“Latent Prints: A True Crime Book Club” will meet every fourth Monday at 12 p.m. beginning Monday, September 27. Participants are encouraged to join with their lunch as we discuss our latest read or topic of interest. We also hope to welcome guest speakers with experience in areas pertaining to true crime. Please email Amelia Poovey at pooveyac@forsyth.cc to register and for more information. Also, keep checking the website for further details.


What Professors Want: College Readiness Workshop for Beginning College Students

Published by Jacquelyn White / September 22, 2021

Join Winston-Salem State University’s Reference and Education Librarian, AlTonya Washington, as she gives upcoming college students a look at what professors may expect them to know about college-level research and writing assignments. Starting Oct. 12 through Nov. 2, every Tuesday at 6 p.m.


Hispanic Genealogy, Oct. 5 at 6 p.m.

Published by Grace May / September 22, 2021

Hispanic Genealogy is available as a new program...sign up and find out all about it.


"Undesign the Redline" Exhibit Looks at Racism Through Housing and Neighborhoods

Published by Mary Giunca / September 15, 2021

Undesign the Redline, an interactive exhibit sponsored by The Winston-Salem Foundation, looks at the history of racism and inequality as it played out in neighborhoods, nationally and in Winston-Salem. Undesign the Redline will be on display through Nov. 14 during Central Library's operating hours. The exhibit was created by Designing the We.


The Third Issue of "Intersections," FCPL's New Magazine, is Here.

Published by Mary Giunca / September 9, 2021

Welcome to the third issue of "Intersections," a new magazine designed to connect people and purpose through library service. In this issue, learn how to find Hispanic and Native American ancestors, how FCPL is working to increase digital access across the community and how a new partnership with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school system will help students better use library resources.


Ancestry.com Available from Home Until Dec. 31

Published by Karen Feeney / September 9, 2021

Great news! Ancestry.com has extended access to this resource. You don't have to leave home to research your genealogy on Ancestry.com! Enjoy this resource for free anywhere through December 31, 2021. Take advantage of this rich database with your library card.

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