Rural Hall Branch Library


What You Need to Know About the Upcoming Software Upgrade to Our Online Catalog

Published by Don Dwiggins / February 22, 2018

From February 26th through March 5th online catalog access will be limited as we make an improvement to our software. Here's what you can expect during this week and what service will be like when we're finished.


S.T.E.M. Session

Published by Ruddiyette Yisak / February 19, 2018

Join us each month for a S.T. E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program for Elementary School Children (K-5th grade). During the next S.T.E.M. Session, children are welcome to make Geoboards on Wednesday, February 28th from 4-5 pm.


Storytimes at Rural Hall

Published by Ruddiyette Yisak / February 12, 2018

Children and their caregivers are welcome to join us each week for storytimes in the Rural Hall Branch Library Auditorium. Toddler Storytime (0-2 years old) meets every Monday from 11-11:30 am and includes stories, songs, rhymes, and bubbles! Preschool Storytime (3-5 years old) meets every Thursday from 11-11:45 am and includes stories, songs, flannel activities, rhymes, and a coloring activity!


Migrating to New Support System: Temporary Impact It Will Have on FCPL Catalog and Library Cards

Published by Amber McClure / February 12, 2018

Monday, February 26 through Monday, March 5, FCPL, as part of NC Cardinal libraries, will be migrating to a new support system. This will impact our catalog and library card system and services. We want to let you know what to expect during this transition and how it will temporarily impact our library card services. We also want to let you know how to best prepare for this transition.


Teen Tech Week March 4-10 2018

Published by Jacquelyn White / February 10, 2018

Celebrate Teen Tech Week with Forsyth County Public Library. Libraries are for Creating March 4-10, 2018.


Find Your History with Historic North Carolina Digital Newspaper Collection

Published by Court Duvall / February 9, 2018

If online keyword searchable access to hundreds of historic North Carolina newspapers interests you, then you should be aware of the Historic North Carolina Digital Newspaper Collection, one of the best new resources brought to you by the efforts of NC LIVE.

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