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Apply Now to Become an Extension Master Gardener Volunteer!

Published by Leslie Peck / June 21, 2018

N.C. Cooperative Extension, Forsyth County Center, is now accepting applications for the Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program. Applications are due on July 2.

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Northern Piedmont Farm Tour This Coming Sunday

Published by Mary Jac Brennan / June 21, 2018

Have you ever wanted to see goats, rabbits, cows, pigs, chickens and sheep up-close? Wonder what it is like to grow veggies in the city? How about seeing where ginger or mushrooms are grown? Would you like to go on a hay ride or taste fresh goat cheese? On Sunday, June 25 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., you’ll have the opportunity to do these things and get to know your farmer at the Fourth Annual Northern Triad Farm Tour.


This Week in Summer Reading: June 18-23

Published by Amber McClure / June 19, 2018

Get ready to rock this summer at Forsyth County Public Library! All of our branches are jam-packed with amazing programs for all ages. Our featured programs of the week are listed here, as well as access to the full Summer Reading Calendar.


American Music: a 400-Year Adventure, Free Piano Music Concert June 30 at Walkertown

Published by Walkertown Branch / June 15, 2018

Pianist Pamela Howland will play "American Music: a 400-year Adventure". The history of our nation’s music unfolds through her unique storytelling and her sometimes joyful, sometimes melancholic, but always soulful playing. Saturday, June 30, at 1 pm at the Walkertown Branch library. Free concert.

Cooperative Extension

Summer Pruning Workshops

Published by Leslie Peck / June 14, 2018

Join Extension for workshops on pruning trees and shrubs in June. Extension Agent, Leslie Peck, will host two workshops on pruning trees and shrubs in June.

Parks and Recreation

Don’t touch that fawn!

Published by Jessica Sanders / June 6, 2018

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding the public that they should not approach, touch, feed or move fawns.

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