Join us for month-long programs around this year's Black History Month theme, "African American's in Times of War" as we offer fascinating, insightful programs throughout all 10 branches of the Library system.
View the Rural Hall Branch Library monthly newsletter of current events and programs.
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.
Tuesdays are all about the arts at the Rural Hall Branch Library! If you are looking to join together with fellow painters, crocheters, knitters, quilters or those who love to sew, then there is a club for you.
This chair exercise class is free and open to the public regardless of your level of mobility. We meet on Mondays & Fridays at 10 am.
The Rural Hall/Stanleyville Branch Public Library is located at 7125 Broad Street in Rural Hall, NC. It opened in 1982 to serve the Town of Rural Hall, northern Forsyth County and many customers from Stokes and Surry Counties. Families with children, older adults, and employees of local businesses make up the largest segment of library users. This branch serves a predominantly family-oriented, church-tied community. The branch has 10,000 borrowers and more than 45,000 books.