Read to Right Wrongs (RTRW) is an effort to provide information around the many topics that the community is wrestling with, through programs, reading recommendations, outreach efforts, and more. Click through for book recommendations aimed at teens.
Read To Right Wrongs is an initiative of the Forsyth County Public Library that will provide information around the many topics that the community is facing, through programs, reading recommendations, outreach efforts and more. Join us for the second program in this series using this Zoom link on September 23 at 7 p.m.
September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month. What better time to get your library card? Whether you are getting your first library card, or renewing your old one, we can help get you set up with full free access to everything the library has to offer.
National Voter Registration Day is a nonpartisan effort designed to celebrate and put the spotlight on registering eligible Americans to vote. With a historic presidential election ahead of us, every eligible American voter should exercise their right to be heard at the ballot box. Whether a person has never voted before or doesn’t know if they are even allowed to vote, National Voter Registration Day is the right day to get started.
Our college-prep series is going virtual. Register to join weekly workshops cover topics such as the Common College Application, How to Write Great Personal Statement, How to Find the Right Colleges for You, and more. Workshops will be held on Zoom every Tuesday, starting at 6 p.m. The first workshop will be held Tuesday, September 1.
Great news! Ancestry.com has extended access to this resource from home until the end of July. Now you don't have to leave home to access Ancestry.com! Enjoy this resource for free anywhere until December 31. Take advantage of this rich database with your library card.