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Celebrating Sylvia Sprinkle Hamlin 1945-2022

Published by Todd Bowser / January 13, 2022

This week we continue to celebrate the life of our former director Sylvia Sprinkle Hamlin. See a video produced by the City of Winston-Salem and an official resolution from the Black Caucus of the American Library Association commemorating her incredible life and achievements for literacy and the arts in our community.


The Winter/Spring Edition of Intersections is Here

Published by Mary Giunca / January 13, 2022

Learn how the redlining exhibit at Central Library is bringing the community together for discussion around racism and inequality in Winston-Salem neighborhoods. Hear how four local women find hope and healing in trying times. And learn what local author and journalist Phoebe Zerwick found when she re-examined the life of Darryl Hunt in "Beyond Innocence: The Life Sentence of Darryl Hunt." Plus, programs on everything from local authors to the underground railroad.


Zoom Preschool Programs Sign Up

Published by Forsyth County Public Library / January 6, 2022

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.


Fall Short Story Contest '21 Winners

Published by Michael Ackerman / December 20, 2021

After reading a lot of wonderful submissions, the judges of the Fall Short Story Contest have selected the cream of the crop. Please join us in congratulating the winners.


Job and Career Resources at the Library

Published by Jody Lohman / December 16, 2021

Research and prepare for a new job or career using library resources. Join us on the second Wednesday of each month and learn about print and electronic tools you can use to explore careers, prepare for educational and occupational exams, find techniques on resume writing, interviewing and job searching, and research prospective employers.


Tell Us What the Pandemic Has Been Like For You

Published by Mary Giunca / October 29, 2021

Share a memory. Draw a picture. Make a list. Tell us what the last two years have been like for you, in our Leave Your Mark journals. Your contributions will become a permanent part of FCPL's collection. Stop by one of our locations and ask how you can contribute.

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