Paddison Memorial Branch Library


"Talking Black in America"

Published by Paddison Memorial Branch / February 19, 2019

On Friday, Feb. 22, at 4 p.m. , the Paddison Memorial Branch will be showing the documentary film "Talking Black in America", which chronicles the impact of African American English on American language and culture. Filmed across the U.S., this documentary is a revelation of language as legacy, identity and triumph over adversity. A brief Q&A session with one of the film's producers will follow.


Monthly Paper Craft DIY

Published by Paddison Memorial Branch / February 19, 2019

Did you know that paper is the most widely used material in arts and crafts? Dive into our craft supplies to create different themed pieces of art each month, all using paper craft. Some examples include greeting cards, collages, scrapbooks, paper flowers and wood-and-paper projects. Bring your creativity and we'll provide everything else.


C.S. Lewis book discussion series: "The Silver Chair"

Published by Paddison Memorial Branch Library in Kernersville / February 18, 2019

Starting Tuesday, March 5, and running through Tuesday, April 9, this six week reading and discussion series focuses on C.S. Lewis' "The Silver Chair," and will include two to three chapters per week. Led by Randy Edwards from Grace Presbyterian Church, the discussion group meets at noon in the conference room of the Paddison Memorial Branch.


Need a Meeting Room? Try Our Spaces!

Published by Amber McClure / February 18, 2019

Need a meeting room, but not sure how to make a reservation? FCPL offers a variety of meeting spaces for public use to meet your needs. Our new software, Spaces, makes it easier than ever to make your meeting room reservation.


Nonfiction Book Club Forming

Published by Crystal D. Holland / February 11, 2019

Looking for a book club that won't stress you out? Prefer reading or listening to non-fiction books? The Paddison Memorial Branch Library of Kernersville is forming a new group just for people like you. We will meet four times a year (March, May, September, and November) to discuss a book with the option to keep the conversation going online.


Forsyth County Public Library’s 2019 Teen Ink Contest

Published by Jacquelyn White / February 6, 2019

Do you have a way with words? Don’t be shy! Students in grades 6th through 12th are encouraged to submit a poem with an entry form to compete in this year’s Teen Ink Contest.

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