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Library News

  1. Sensory Storytime: Developmentally Appropriate, Inclusive

    Sensory Storytime: Developmentally Appropriate, Inclusive

    An interactive program with music and sensory activities awaits families at 11 am on Sat., May 2, at Walkertown Branch. All ages are welcome, especially children with sensory integration challenges. Enjoy a story, a craft, singing, and bubbles without regard for sitting quietly or still.

  2. Partnership with Driving-Tests.org

    Partnership with Driving-Tests.org

    The Forsyth County Public Library is pleased to announce a new partnership with Driving-Tests.org, one of the nation’s top sites for driver’s license practice tests. The partnership will strengthen the library’s mission to be a vital gateway to information.

  3. Books We Like

    Books We Like

    This Month, Lara Luck takes us on an excursion deep into the fantastic word of Science Fiction and shares some of her favorite titles in a genre that continues to grow in popularity. Buckle up for a fanciful ride into the future.

  4. North Carolina Digital Library: Page to Screen VI

    North Carolina Digital Library: Page to Screen VI

    There are lots of beloved books getting the big-screen treatment in 2015 — like Still Alice, The Martian, Insurgent, and Serena just to name a few. Many of these titles can be enjoyed as eBooks and audiobooks free, by visiting the North Carolina Digital Library powered by Overdrive.

  5. Change Announced for Out-of-Area FCPL Library Card Holders

    Change Announced for Out-of-Area FCPL Library Card Holders

    Card holders residing outside of Forsyth County and surrounding counties will be assessed an annual fee, starting March 1st.

  6. Learn How To Research Your Family Tree

    Learn How To Research Your Family Tree

    North Carolina Room staff will provide a selection of genealogy programs at local branches while the Central Library is under renovation. All programs are free. Genealogy Starter Kits will be available.