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Kernersville Branch Library

Kernersville Branch Library News

  1. Sensory Storytime: Developmentally Appropriate, Inclusive

    Sensory Storytime: Developmentally Appropriate, Inclusive

    An interactive program with music, the story Pete the Cat, and sensory activities awaits children at 11 am on Saturday, March 7th at Carver School Road Branch Library. This storytime welcomes all children, especially those with autism spectrum disorders or sensory integration challenges.

  2. North Carolina Digital Library: Page to Screen VI

    North Carolina Digital Library: Page to Screen VI

    There are lots of beloved books getting the big-screen treatment in 2015 — like Still Alice, The Martian, Insurgent, and Serena just to name a few. Many of these titles can be enjoyed as eBooks and audiobooks free, by visiting the North Carolina Digital Library powered by Overdrive.

  3. St. Patrick's Day Freegal Mix

    St. Patrick's Day Freegal Mix

    Break out your best green duds and don't forget to rock your favorite shillelagh this St. Patrick's Day. We've pulled some modern day odes to the green isle for a fun St. Paddy's Day Freegal Mix. Remember, you get five FREE downloads a week, thanks to your FCPL library card.

  4. Read About It… Talk About It

    Read About It… Talk About It

    Getting together to discuss an interesting book is a perfect way to spend a lunch hour. See if the Noon Book Club is for you! Join us on Thursday, March 5, 2015, for an open sharing session. Bring a book you've recently read and share it with the group.

  5. Change Announced for Out-of-Area FCPL Library Card Holders

    Change Announced for Out-of-Area FCPL Library Card Holders

    Card holders residing outside of Forsyth County and surrounding counties will be assessed an annual fee, starting March 1st.

  6. Books We Like

    Books We Like

    This month Denise McKoy of our Rural Hall Branch library shares some of her favorite book titles with us. Check our readers' Page for more great book suggestions.

  7. Forsyth County Public Library in Photos

    Forsyth County Public Library in Photos

    The Library is overflowing with programs, events and activities that enrich, inspire and educate people of all ages and backgrounds. Here's a look at some of our programming, events and activities in photographs.

  8. Free Tax Assistance at the Library Starting in Early February.

    Free Tax Assistance at the Library Starting in Early February.

    The Library will again partner with volunteers from AARP and VITA to offer tax assistance at many locations throughout Forsyth County beginning in February.

  9. Learn How To Research Your Family Tree

    Learn How To Research Your Family Tree

    North Carolina Room staff will provide a selection of genealogy programs at local branches while the Central Library is under renovation. All programs are free. Genealogy Starter Kits will be available.

  10. Promoting Computer Literacy Through Computer Training Bridge

    Promoting Computer Literacy Through Computer Training Bridge

    One of the most important services offered at Forsyth County Public Library is one you may not be familiar with. Our Computer Training Bridge program offers programs and classes to reduce the "Digital Divide" and computer illiteracy in Forsyth County.

  11. 2014-2015 Season of Books Announced

    2014-2015 Season of Books Announced

    The Friends of the Kernersville Library Noon Book Club began their 2014-2015 season on Thursday, September 4th; 12:00 noon-1:00 pm in the Paddison Room of the library. The public is encouraged to attend whether you've read the book or not. No registration is required. The meetings will be held September–November and January-May on the first Thursday of the month.

  12. Discover a New Book or an Old Favorite Every Day!

    Discover a New Book or an Old Favorite Every Day!

    Did you know that there’s a “Books and More” sale every day at the Kernersville Library? We get a lot of donations from our generous patrons, and one of our Friends members organizes it into our wonderful book sale.