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  1. Best Plants and Flowers for Your Piedmont Garden

    Best Plants and Flowers for Your Piedmont Garden

    A trip to a nursery or a garden center can be a bit overwhelming. Gain some knowledge of the plants and flowers that grow best in Piedmont Triad region at a talk given by local master gardener and horticulturist Toby Bost at the Walkertown Branch Library on Saturday, May 30th, at 10:30 am. No reservation required. Everyone welcome!

  2. Say It With Sign! Introduction to Signing with Barry Geller

    Say It With Sign! Introduction to Signing with Barry Geller

    Barry Geller's two introductory sessions are a relaxing, creative and fun way to learn fingers-spelling and the rudiments of sign language. These sessions welcome all participants, and you may attend both sessions, or only one if your schedule keeps you from enjoying both. These sessions are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Please call 336-703-2980 to register.

  3. Cutie and the Boxer- June 3 at 6:00 pm at the Clemmons Branch

    Cutie and the Boxer- June 3 at 6:00 pm at the Clemmons Branch

    Join us as we screen the award-winning documentary Cutie and the Boxer, directed by Zachary Heinzerling. A discussion will follow the screening. Snacks and beverages will be provided. Minors must be accompanied by adults.

  4. Books We Like

    Books We Like

    This month Becky Proie of our Reynolda Manor Branch Library not only shares some of her favorite titles with us, but also gives a compelling reason why these titles should be listened to through audiobooks.

  5. Get out in the Garden with Zinio

    Get out in the Garden with Zinio

    The spring gardening season is in full swing, for both new gardeners and professionals alike. We’ve pulled some gardening magazines from our Zinio collection to highlight.

  6. Learn How To Research Your Family Tree

    Learn How To Research Your Family Tree

    North Carolina Room staff will provide a selection of genealogy programs at local branches while the Central Library is under renovation. All programs are free. Genealogy Starter Kits will be available.