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.
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.
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.
With the reopening of Central Library here are the new hours of operation.
Library opens new Central Library to rave reviews from community.
This year's On the Same Page (OTSP) selection is Take Out by Margaret Maron, a thrilling new mystery in her NYPD Sigrid Harald series. The Library is sponsoring a number of OTSP book discussion groups around the community. Book discussions are the heart of On the Same Page. All discussions are free and open to the community, and you are welcome to join us at any location.