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Lewisville Branch's Monthly eNewsletter

Published by Raegen Luntz / August 3, 2020

View the Lewisville Branch Library's monthly newsletter for current events and programs. Subscribe today!


Books We Like

Published by Raegen Luntz / August 1, 2020

I’ve become obsessed with Nordic history, mythology, and conquests. I find myself reading, researching, and discussing this time in history with others from all over the world who also share a love of the Dark Ages. Naturally, my reading habits have also shifted to include my newfound passion. I’d like to share a few of my favorites with you.


Lewisville - Then and Now

Published by Mia Jordan / July 30, 2020

Ever wonder what the Town of Lewisville used to look like? Take a tour through Lewisville's past with these then-and-now photos of familiar locations in Lewisville, N.C. The photos were provided by the Lewisville Historical Society.


LIVE Virtual Yoga for Beginners

Published by Julie Crouse / July 28, 2020

Tues., Aug. 11 at 9 a.m. Come to a FREE virtual Yoga class facilitated by certified instructor Tracy O'Neill of Yoga Centrix, Lewisville, and all from the comfort of your own home. Simply click on this story to find the live link to the class. All fitness levels and ages welcome. Registration not required. You will need to create a free Zoom account to participate and download the Zoom App if you are using a Smart device. Sponsored by the Friends of the Lewisville Library.


Jane & Tea Virtual Book Club with Lewisville Branch Library

Published by Julie Crouse / July 23, 2020

The Jane & Tea Virtual Book Club meets via Zoom every third Thursday of the month to discuss the pick of the month, enjoy tea, snacks, and all things Jane Austen. In August, the group will discuss the different film versions of "Northanger Abbey". Please call 336-703-2940 or click here to register if you are new to the club, and we will email you an invitation with a link to the meeting each month.


#OwnVoices: Celebrating Diverse Literature Written by Diverse Authors

Published by Jamie Stroble / July 23, 2020

So what is #ownvoices? Maybe you’ve seen the hashtag on Twitter, or heard other readers talking about it. Not a new concept, the hashtag was coined in 2015 by author Corinne Duyvis, who wanted a way to share books whose main characters represented varied groups of people, and were also penned by writers who shared the same diversity as their main characters. Take a look at our staff picks that represent the authors' #ownvoices.

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