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"I Was There: a Staged Reading of Veteran Stories" at the Lewisville Branch

Published by Raegen Luntz / November 15, 2017

Join us at the Lewisville Branch on Saturday, November 18th at 2pm as the Blue Moon Theater Co. in conjunction with Dr. Cyndi Briggs and the New Winston Museum presents "I Was There: a Staged Reading of Veteran Stories." This event will be first-person accounts from veterans from WWII to the Korean War to the Vietnam War. Sponsored by Wake Forest University’s Interdisciplinary PLACe. Free and open to the public.

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Zinio for Libraries is now RBdigital

Published by Amber McClure / November 6, 2017

Zinio for Libraries has merged with RBdigital. Please download the new RBdigital app on your mobile device. Your username and password will remain the same.


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After-Hours Movie: Atomic Blonde

Published by Michael Ackerman / October 18, 2017

We never get tired of watching Charlize Theron kick butt! Join us at the Southside Branch on Thursday, November 30 at 8:00 pm for a special after-hours screening of the new action flick "Atomic Blonde." Snacks and beverages will be provided. WARNING: This film is rated R. You must be 18 years old to attend.

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DanceAbility: Dance Classes for Everyone!

Published by Michael Ackerman / October 6, 2017

Join us at the Southside Branch every Tuesday evening in November (5:30-6:30 pm) for a dance class that teaches you how to use movement for creative expression and to connect with your community.


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Take a Tour of the New Central Library

Published by Don Dwiggins / October 2, 2017

Have you wondered what's in the new Central Library? Sign up for a tour to get the full run down of all the great services and resources you'll find in our new building. Tours are offered every day at noon. Meet in front of our cafe on the first floor.

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Now You Can Check Out a Free Pass to the Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Published by Don Dwiggins / September 18, 2017

The Library and Reynolda House Museum of American Art are partnering to offer Forsyth County residents the chance to visit Reynolda House MOAA for free.

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