There are some authors we know and some we don't, there are books you read that you remember for years to come. These books may be by unknown authors but they deserve their moment in the sun to shine. In the An Author-to-Watch Book Club we will read and discuss little known African American authors who are on the verge of greatness. This book club will meet once a month on the third Saturday at the Carver School Road Branch from 3-4 p.m.
On Thursday Nov. 4 and Thursday Nov.18, at the Carver School Road Branch from 6 - 7:30pm, come out and prepare for your child's future with a guided lesson on college applications and FAFSA applications. A representative from Forsyth Tech Community College Financial Aid Center and a Carver High School College Advisor will be here to instruct you in your application process.
Are you looking to beat that after-school boredom? Carver Library is the place for you.
Discover free library resources that you can use to identify trends in your industry, research competition, identify sales prospects and find sources of supply. Join us for this virtual program every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. using this Zoom link.
Undesign the Redline, an interactive exhibit sponsored by The Winston-Salem Foundation, looks at the history of racism and inequality as it played out in neighborhoods, nationally and in Winston-Salem. Undesign the Redline will be on display through Nov. 14 during Central Library's operating hours. The exhibit was created by Designing the We.
Welcome to the third issue of "Intersections," a new magazine designed to connect people and purpose through library service. In this issue, learn how to find Hispanic and Native American ancestors, how FCPL is working to increase digital access across the community and how a new partnership with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school system will help students better use library resources.