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Kernersville Branch Library News

  1. Enjoy Sensory Storytime for Children Saturday, September 19

    Enjoy Sensory Storytime for Children Saturday, September 19

    Join us for a playful sharing of FALL LEAVES FALL! at Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center, 11 am on Saturday, Sept. 19. All ages are invited, especially children with sensory integration challenges.

  2. Where to Go When Google Doesn’t Know?

    Where to Go When Google Doesn’t Know?

    With the help of sites such as Google and ask.com, students have become savvy online searchers. But even the most agile Internet searchers find that some questions just don’t produce the right results, leaving them unable to adequately complete their assignments.

  3. Service Spotlight: Adult Outreach

    Service Spotlight: Adult Outreach

    The Forsyth County Public Library Homebound and Institutionalized Department, also known as Adult Outreach, began delivering library materials to customers in 1972. The staff provides special services to customers who are homebound, institutionalized or otherwise unable to travel to one of our library buildings.

  4. Lanterns of Hope: Saturday, September 12 @ 8 pm

    Lanterns of Hope: Saturday, September 12 @ 8 pm

    Come and create a lantern, and express your own hopes for peace at the library booth in International Village on Saturday, September 12, 2015, at Corpening Plaza (231 West First St.) in downtown Winston-Salem.

  5. I LOVE MY LIBRARIAN AWARD!

    I LOVE MY LIBRARIAN AWARD!

    Librarians touch the lives of the people they serve every day. The I Love My Librarian Award encourages library users like you to recognize the accomplishments of exceptional public, school, college, community college, or university librarians.

  6. On the Same Page 2015: In the Heart of the Sea

    On the Same Page 2015: In the Heart of the Sea

    Did you know that the classic American novel Moby-Dick was inspired by an actual whale attack? Reserve your copy of In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick today and learn the whole exciting true story of the Essex! Then join us in the fall for a series of related events, including book discussions, film screenings, and more!

  7. Venture Innovation Cafe's Entrepreneurial Mixer & The Best Deal in Town!

    Venture Innovation Cafe's Entrepreneurial Mixer & The Best Deal in Town!

    On September 17th join Forsyth County Public Library, Forsyth Tech's Small Business Center, and 18 other Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Partners at an entrepreneurial mixer in the heart of Wake Forest's Innovation Quarter.

  8. Central Library Prepares for Renovation

    Central Library Prepares for Renovation

    As crews finish work on removing hazardous materials from Central Library we take a last photographic look at the final days of the old Central Library.

  9. Freegal Mixtape: #Laborday

    Freegal Mixtape: #Laborday

    Here's a playlist to help celebrate all those who 'work hard for the money'!

  10. Open Invitation Art Exhibit

    Open Invitation Art Exhibit

    A variety of artwork by local artists will be exhibited through the month of September, at Studio 7 in the Arts District, with an opening reception on Friday, September 4 from 7 - 10 pm.

  11. The Readers' Page: the place for all things reading

    The Readers' Page: the place for all things reading

    Readers' of all genres come check out our Readers' Page. Our Readers' Page is a great place for readers who are looking to browse a source on books that's specific to their community.

  12. Books We Like

    Books We Like

    For August, Margaret Adam, Youth Services Librarian at our Walkertown Branch, provides reviews of three fascinating books about little-known World War II events. These selections are great stories--all true--that will give new appreciation for the true nature of the human spirit when in times of turmoil and danger.

  13. BOOKS FOR DUDES has arrived in Kernersville!!!

    BOOKS FOR DUDES has arrived in Kernersville!!!

    “BOOKS FOR DUDES” is a laid back book club for men of all ages. You don’t have to read a particular book each month; we just get together and eat good food and talk books. We meet on the 4th Wednesday of every month at NOON. For more information, contact Tom Wells at 703-3053 or wellstr@forsyth.cc.

  14. Discover a New Book or an Old Favorite Every Day!

    Discover a New Book or an Old Favorite Every Day!

    Did you know that there’s a “Books and More” sale every day at the Kernersville Library? We get a lot of donations from our generous patrons, and our Friends members organize it into our wonderful book sale.