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Library News

  1. The Short Story Society reads Neil Gaiman

    The Short Story Society reads Neil Gaiman

    What is truth? The incomparable Neil Gaiman knows! On Thursday, May 5th at 4 pm at the Clemmons Branch Library, we're going to talk about his eerie tale "The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains" from Trigger Warning.

  2. Go Global this Summer

    Go Global this Summer

    Are you planning a trip to another country? Like learning about other cultures? Global Road Warrior and CultureGrams are the databases for you. Through the Library you have the world at your fingertips, anytime and anywhere.

  3. Freegal Mix: Happy Mother's Day!

    Freegal Mix: Happy Mother's Day!

    To all the moms, whether in reality or in spirit, this Freegal mix is dedicated to you. Forsyth County Public Library wishes you a very Happy Mother's Day. Remember, you get five FREE downloads a week, thanks to your FCPL library card.

  4. FCPL Staff Member Receives Prestigious Archie K. Davis Award

    FCPL Staff Member Receives Prestigious Archie K. Davis Award

    The Forsyth County public Library would like to recognize our very own staff member, Molly Rawls who was the recipient of the Archie K. Davis award last fall. The award recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to regional and cultural history.

  5. Growing Amazing Tomatoes in Walkertown Saturday, May 7th

    Growing Amazing Tomatoes in Walkertown Saturday, May 7th

    "Growing Amazing Tomatoes - Keys to Success" with a Master Gardener Wallace Williamson. Saturday, May 7th, 10:30 am at the Walkertown Branch Library. We will cover soil preparation, planting, fertilizing, growing, diseases, disorders, heirloom vs. hybrids, varieties, and types. Wallace will bring a favorite tomato recipe. Share yours! Everyone invited. Call 336 703-2990 or email to register.

  6. Books We Like

    Books We Like

    This month Collection Development Manager Lara Luck has a challenge for readers: step outside your normal comfort zone and give a whirl at reading something new. If you're a fiction buff, try non-fiction and vice versa. If you're in the mystery genre maybe try political thrillers. You get the picture. Who knows, you may just discover an interest you never knew you had.

  7. Sensory Storytime for Children Saturday, May 7th at Rural Hall Branch Library

    Sensory Storytime for Children Saturday, May 7th at Rural Hall Branch Library

    Sensory Storytime awaits families at 11 am on Saturday, May 7, at Rural Hall Branch. Come TAP THE MAGIC TREE, blow bubbles, and interact with songs and rhymes for children ages 2 and up. All children are welcome, especially those with sensory issues, autism spectrum disorder, or other special needs.

  8. Mary Kay Andrews Author Visit

    Mary Kay Andrews Author Visit

    Join us for an exciting morning with author Mary Kay Andrews sponsored by Bookmarks. Ms. Andrews will be at the Reynolda Manor Branch Library on June 1st at 11 AM. Due to limited space, reservations are required. Call the Reynolda Manor Branch Library (336-703-2960) to learn more and to register for the event.

  9. Get Your Preschooler Reading Ready for Kindergarten

    Get Your Preschooler Reading Ready for Kindergarten

    In the coming months the children's area at your local library may look different. Several branch libraries will see exciting entry ways in to the children's area, new books, new carpet and new furniture.