In honor of the Geminids Meteor Shower (Dec. 7-17), come learn about meteoroids, comets, and asteroids from Annette Horsley, NASA Solar System Ambassador. This will be an in-person outdoors program (weather permitting) at Shallowford Square Park on Tuesday, Dec. 14 from 4-5 p.m. Recommended for ages 5-11 years old. Masks are required for those 5 years of age and older. Click here to register.
Your library challenges you to read a variety of books throughout the year. Complete the reading challenge, which encourages readers to step into a wide variety of stories and genres. Forms are available at the Lewisville Branch or you can click the webstory for a printable copy. When you finish, please submit your form to the Lewisville Branch Library by Friday, Dec. 10 to be entered in the drawing for a $25 Barnes & Noble gift card. The winner will be announced Monday, Dec. 13. Good luck.
Do you love to knit, crochet, embroider or do another kind of hand-stitching craft? If so, come along to the Lewisville Branch the first Wednesday of every month at 11:30 a.m. for our monthly gathering of the Hook & Loop Group. Bring your own project to work on or just come to see what others are creating. No formal instruction. All skill levels welcome. Next gathering: Wednesday, Dec. 1 at 11:30 a.m.
The library will reopen its meeting rooms to the public on Monday, Nov. 15 with a new reservation system. FCPL asks customers to continue to observe county guidelines by wearing masks when using meeting rooms, regardless of their vaccination status. Customers who want to reserve meeting rooms will need to call the location where they plan to hold their meeting.
Lunch and Learn: What do the results of genealogical DNA testing really mean? Join us on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at Noon to hear what Dr. Andrew Gurstelle from the Lam Museum of Anthropology at Wake Forest University can tell us about the basics of genealogical DNA testing and how DNA can be tied to cultural identity. Participants may attend in person (limited capacity) or virtually via Zoom. Registration required for in-person attendance.
The Alliance Book Club is a library book club dedicated to reading and discussing books by and/or about members of the LGBTQIA+ community. The next meeting will be Saturday, November 20 at 11 a.m. While the club meets virtually via Zoom, registration is required.