Rural Hall Branch Library


A is for AUTUMN Sensory Storytime at Rural Hall Branch

Published by Margaret Adam and Rudy Yisak / September 19, 2017

Celebrate the colors, sounds, and joys of autumn on Saturday, September 23rd, from 11 - 11:30 am. Enjoy MOUSE'S FIRST AUTUMN via felt-board, a singing version of photo-illustrated A IS FOR AUTUMN, and other rhymes, crafts, and playful activities in a relaxed setting for ages 0 - 17.


Now You Can Check Out a Free Pass to the Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Published by Don Dwiggins / September 18, 2017

The Library and Reynolda House Museum of American Art are partnering to offer Forsyth County residents the chance to visit Reynolda House MOAA for free.


Celebrate Constitution Week @ the Rural Hall Branch Library

Published by Crystal Holland / September 16, 2017

Throughout Constitution Week (September 17-23), there will be special displays throughout the library to celebrate the United States Constitution and the people who have built this amazing country. The Rural Hall Branch Library is partnering with the local Old North State Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the Revolution (DAR) to present this display series which includes themed coloring sheets and pocket copies of the constitution.


Looking Forward, Living Forward--A Discussion Circle for those 50+ @Rural Hall in September/October

Published by Crystal Holland / September 13, 2017

You've gained the life experience, would you like to share it? Looking Forward, Living Forward hosts light-hearted but thoughtful discussion circles for those who would like to reflect on their life experiences and share how those experiences have shaped their journeys as they approach retirement and the years beyond. To register, please call (336) 703-2970. Dates: September 25th, October 2nd, and October 9th @ 6:30 pm, Rural Hall Branch Library.


Death at the Library: A Murder Mystery Party

Published by Michael Ackerman / September 12, 2017

OH NO! (Fake) local author Blake Worthington has been killed! And one of the members of the library staff is the culprit! Can you help figure out whodunit? Join us for this murder mystery party at the brand new Central Library on Saturday, September 30 at 6:00 pm.


Central Library Hours of Operation

Published by Don Dwiggins / August 31, 2017

With the reopening of Central Library here are the new hours of operation.

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