On Saturday, June 8, at 2 p.m. in the auditorium at the Central Library, Dr. Deborah Robinson the Director of the African Americans Living Abroad Research and Education Organization, and Avery Atkinson, the founder of Passport Life, will discuss the experiences of African-American's living in over 75 countries around the world. For more information call Wright Adams at 336-703-2951.
The Computer Training Bridge is cancelling some classes this week on Wednesday, May 22 and Thursday, May 23. Continue reading for the updated schedule.
The Forsyth County Public Library is excited to announce the return of our very popular Food for Fines campaign. Donations will be accepted during the month of June. All collected food items will be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC to help in the fight against hunger in our community.
Celebrate the life and legacy of Doris Day with this playlist, inspired by some of her most famous work. Download for free with your library card today.
The Southside Branch remains open while painting continues through May 24. The fax machine and several adult fiction and nonfiction shelves will have limited access. Please check with staff first if you need materials or faxing during this painting project. Call 336-703-2980.
While not everyone can take a summer vacation, reading a book can always help you travel to someplace new and exciting. This month’s reading challenge is to read a book set in a place you have never visited. It can be somewhere you’d like to visit (Hawaii for example where “The Descendants” by Hemmings is set) or a place you are unlikely to ever get a chance to go (like in “The Martian” by Weir). This challenge is fairly broad and allows you to use your imagination.