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This week in Summer Reading!

By Forsyth County Public Library / June 25, 2016

Summer Reading is really warming up as we head into the second week! The program bench is deep for the week of June 27 - July 2 with about 20 special programs beyond our regular storytimes and book clubs!


Books We Like

By Don Dwiggins / June 9, 2016

This month we take an in-depth look at Winston-Salem's Historic Salem Cemetery written by our own Molly Rawls, an NC Room Librarian and manager of our Photograph Collection.


Update to our EBSCO Services - Minimum Browser Requirements

By Jacquelyn White / June 7, 2016

In an effort to provide the best possible service for our EBSCO subscriptions and services, EBSCO is making adjustments to their supported browsers. Beginning in July 2017, they will no longer support Internet Explorer 8.0 or 9.0 due to security risks. To avoid any service interruptions, please make all recommended browser updates before July 2017.


Services Spotlight: Assistive Technology

By Jacquelyn White / June 1, 2016

The Forsyth County Public Library offers computers equipped with assistive technology (AT). The services are available at Government Center, Carver, and Kernersville locations during regular library hours.


The Great Outdoors with Zinio

By Jacquelyn White / June 1, 2016

This summer we want you to enjoy the great outdoors, but don't forget to take us with you! Check out these great eMagazines to start planning your next outdoor adventure.


Photos from "We Wear The Mask" Teen Maker Workshops

By Don Dwiggins / May 10, 2016

Recently the Library, in partnership with the Center for Design Innovation, offered two, one-day maker workshops for teens. The workshops blended the art of storytelling with the creative potential of 3D technology and additional maker activities to tell stories through masks.

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