Looking for a fun, exciting (and free) cinematic experience? Come to Central Library's auditorium for free screenings of box office hits on Saturdays at 2 pm in October and November.
Families, dress up and drop in at Southside's free community Howl-oween Party from 1-3 pm on Saturday, October 28th. Enjoy cat-themed crafts, the musical CATS, and a chance to meet Disney's heroine Belle in cat ears for a free photo op.
Local author Cameron Kent is coming to Central Library on Sunday, October 29th at 2 pm to read from and discuss his newest novel The Sea is Silent.
Friends of the Library will be holding their Fall 2017 Book Sale November 2-4, in the Auditorium. Book donations are welcome. In addition to the large variety of items for sale, there will be an opportunity to join and learn more about how the Friends support the Library year round.
Learn clever ways to salvage recipes without sacrificing taste. Hear about all the secret sauces that your mother never told you about! Katie Jordanhazy, Registered Dietitian, with Novant Health, will teach about healthy eating. Learn all about how to make unhealthy recipes healthy, as well as tasty. Cost is free and registration is required, call 336-703-2990 to register.
This rare concert of Pure Indian Classical Music is presented by students of Gaurang Doshi and features the sitar and sarod. Doshi is the son of preeminent Indian classical musician Dr. Laxmikant Doshi. Concert is free, musicians will be collecting non perishable food items for Second Harvest Food Bank of Winston Salem. Saturday, October 21, 1 pm at the Walkertown Branch library.