Read To Right Wrongs is an initiative of the Forsyth County Public Library that will provide information around the many topics that the community is facing, through programs, reading recommendations, outreach efforts and more. Join us for the fifth and final program in this series using this Zoom link on December 16 at 7 p.m.
You can come into the library to browse shelves and check out materials. Don't want to come in? Pick up your library holds by the front entrance using a contactless method. Click the photo above to find out the new library hours of operation.
An exhibit of Walkertown artist Hughes Grogan’s photography is now on display at the Walkertown Branch Library. His “Smokes and Double Exposures” show will run through the end of December.
Well, it's not so mysterious. We have a new self-checkout machine. Click through to learn how you can use it to save yourself some time while visiting the library or to have some fun. Librarians are still there to help you, they have not been replaced by this machine, not to worry.
Have guests in town for the weekend and wonder what you can do to entertain them? Check out a free pass to the Reynolda House Museum of American Art from the Library! The pass provides free general admission for two adults, a value of $36. Courtesy of the Reynolda House Museum of American Art.
There's always something interesting going on at the Library. Whether it's a storytime for kids, a program on local history, free Yoga or Art class, or a community event in the Walkertown area - learn about it from a library newsletter.