Acquire techniques for searching Foundation Directory and researching potential funding to support your nonprofit organization’s mission and programs. Get hands-on experience in this session on the second Tuesday each month at 11 a.m. in the Computer Learning Center at Central Library. Register here .
Discover free library resources that you can use to identify trends in your industry, research competition, identify sales prospects and find sources of supply. Join us for this in-person program on the second Tuesday each month at 9:30 a.m. in the Computer Learning Center at Central Library. Register here .
Learn about Latin American countries and make crafts related to their cultures at the Central Library. Contact Lisseth Martinez at 336-703-3035 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Program is in English and Spanish. For ages 9-18.
Bring your lunch to Central Library and join the Small Business Center in this free four-part series on the basics of starting a business. All sessions will take place on Thursdays in February from noon to 1:30 in the Auditorium.
Fun hands-on activities and discussions at the Central Library led by Paisley Taylor, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate. Topics covered include life skills, soft skills, self-esteem, goal setting, peer pressure, test anxiety, time management, advocating for yourself, and more. Ages 12-18.
Learn about nutrition and basic cooking skills from community nutritionist, Kerry Leonard, at the Central Library from January through March. For ages 12-18. Parental permission forms required. Presented by the Forsyth County Department of Health. Free and open to the public.
Drop-in to play board, card, and video games in Teen Central. Gaming computers and a VR headset are also available. For ages 12-18. Program waiver is required to enjoy refreshments at gaming programs.
The Forsyth County Public Library branch locations have Teen Advisory Boards that meet once a month to discuss ways to improve their library's service to teens. Our Teen Advisory Boards help to plan programs, create displays, and suggest resources that the library should purchase. The Forsyth County Public Library's Teen Advisory Boards are made up of our teen volunteers (Ages 12-18). Sign-up for our spring Teen Advisory Boards that meet from January to April is now open.
Join us every month to discuss our favorite books in the Central Library's Teen Central. Participants choose a topic or genre for each month and we all read whatever we want related to that. Then we discuss what we read at our meeting and do activities relating to the topic. Program waiver is required to enjoy refreshments. For ages 12-18.
Come visit the second floor of the Central Library to view our latest art exhibits by artists Trena McNabb and Eduardo Diaz. This exhibit will run now through Feb 2023 so don't miss it.
It's okay to be a man and share your feelings and concerns about health and community. Our new discussion group will give you a platform to do just that. The 1st Tuesday of every month in the Central Library Auditorium from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Join FCPL and the Winston-Salem African-American Archives for these two telling's of local African-American history. At the Central Library on Wednesday, February 22, at 6 p.m. or at the MJEWHC on Monday, February 27, at 6 p.m.
The Alliance Book Club is a library book club dedicated to reading and discussing books by and/or about members of the LGBTQIA+ community. The next meeting will be Saturday, January 28 at 11 a.m. While the club meets virtually via Zoom, registration is required.
Join Calvin Patterson, Chairman and CEO of Earnest Harvest, LLC for this free three-part series at Central Library on the fundamentals of starting a nonprofit organization, grant seeking and research and proposal writing. All sessions will take place on Thursdays in March from 6 – 8 p.m. in the Auditorium. This program is in partnership with Small Business Center of Forsyth Tech.
The “Got Plans” advance care planning workshop provides you with the opportunity to get your Living Will and Healthcare Power of Attorney completed. You can decide who will be your voice about healthcare if for some reason, you can’t communicate your healthcare choices. Join us on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 1 p.m. in Central Auditorium.