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Tooth Fairy Storytime

Published by Mia Jordan / January 27, 2020

The Tooth Fairy will be visiting the Lewisville Branch Library on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 10:15 a.m. to share stories, rhymes, songs and activities about dental health. All ages are welcome. Presented by Tina S. Merhoff & Associates Pediatric Dentistry.

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Storytimes at the Lewisville Branch

Published by Mia Jordan / January 24, 2020

Join us for stories, rhymes, songs and activities to improve early literacy. Storytimes at the Lewisville Branch are Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 10:15 a.m.


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Valentine's Day Party

Published by Mia Jordan / January 24, 2020

Make Valentine's Day cards, crafts, and cookies to give to your friends and family at the Lewisville Branch Library on Monday, Feb. 10 at 4:30 p.m. All ages welcome. Please call (336) 703-2940 for more information.

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A Change Is Gonna Come: Black, Indian and White Voices for Racial Equality

Published by Julie Crouse / January 23, 2020

Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 6 p.m. NC Museum of History curator Earl L. Ijames highlights the experiences of African Americans, American Indians, and whites in the struggle for equal rights for oppressed citizens in the state of North Carolina, focusing on the years from the 1830s to the 1980s. Sponsored by the Friends of the Lewisville Library. Please call (336) 703-2940 for more information.


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Homesteaders Series: Birdwatching and Birdseed Ornament Making at Lewisville Branch Library

Published by Julie Crouse / January 23, 2020

In honor of the Great Backyard Bird Count (Feb. 14 - 17), we will create some simple birdseed ornaments and talk about the joy of bird watching. We'll share our favorite text and digital resources for seeking out and identifying our feathered friends; and, weather permitting, we'll take a walk around the library and try out our new-found skills. Please call 336-703-2940 to register.

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Greater Vision Dance Company

Published by Wright Adams / January 21, 2020

The Greater Vision Dance Company performs traditional African dances as well as a boot dance. Company founder and artistic director, Wayne Jones, will discuss the origins of African-American traditional step dance. Open to all ages.

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