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First Annual Food Truck Day

Published by Millennial Advisory Committee / July 16, 2018

Join the Forsyth County Public Library for our first annual Food Truck Day. Bring your chairs, blankets, family, and friends to the front lawn of the Central Library. Enjoy the sweet treats and savory eats from a variety of North Carolina food trucks.

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The Poetic Sound Clash Featuring Power Animal

Published by Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center / July 16, 2018

Come to the M/JEWHC on August 7th at 5:00 p.m. and bring your creative writings (poetry, short stories, lyrics, oral histories, etc.) to be accompanied by the "soothing, aggro, improv punk space jazz" of local avant rock band, Power Animal. All ages and levels of writing experience are welcome.


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Friends of the Library Semi-Annual Booksale

Published by Wright Adams / July 13, 2018

The Friends of the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center will be holding their Summer Book Sale on Saturday, July, 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Over 2,000 items for sale.

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Scientific Lecture Series: Mined Minerals in Everyday Life

Published by Lewisville Branch / July 13, 2018

Rocks rock! Join us Thursday, July 26th, at Lewisville Branch Library at 4:00 p.m. to meet professional geologist, Jim Stroud, who will present his comprehensive collection of mineral specimens and talk about common products that we use everyday that you probably didn’t know are made from mined minerals. All ages welcome!


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Library to Partner with Wake Forest Baptist Health to Present Series on Aging Well

Published by Don Dwiggins / July 4, 2018

The Library is partnering with Wake Forest Baptist Health to present a year-long series of programs on healthy aging. Programs will take place the second Tuesday of each month in the Central Library Auditorium.

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Legal Aid Clinic: Divorce

Published by Wright Adams / June 7, 2018

Legal Aid of North Carolina holds free monthly or quarterly clinics on common legal issues all around the state. The clinics educate people about their legal rights and, in some cases, empower them to file certain legal actions without a lawyer. Participants can also ask general questions of volunteer attorneys. Clinics are free and open to the public, but advance registration is required. Call 1-866-219-5262 (toll-free) or visit legalaidnc.org/get-help to register.

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