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Forsyth County Commissioners Recognize September as Library Card Sign-Up Month

Published by Mary Giunca / September 2, 2021

The Forsyth County Commissioners recognized September as Library Card Sign-Up Month and saluted the Forsyth County Public Library system for its role in providing free access to resources people need to live, learn, work and thrive in the 21st century.

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Grab and Go STEAM Kits for Kids

Published by Rodney Cline / September 1, 2021

Every Thursday the Walkertown Branch Library will host a new program called Grab and Go STEAM Kits for Kids. Each month will focus on a different scientific property and target a different age group. These STEAM kits are fun for kids of all ages! Stop by the library and pick up a kit. Call 336-703-2990 with any questions.


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Ongoing Booksale at Walkertown

Published by Walkertown Branch / September 1, 2021

Going on a trip? Take a book from the library that you don't have to bring back! There’s a book sale every day at the Walkertown Branch Library. We had a lot of pre-covid donations from our generous patrons, and the Friends organized it into our wonderful book sale. It’s much cheaper than even a used bookstore, and you'll help the library.

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Request a Kids Book Grab Bag from Walkertown Branch Library

Published by April Mittelstaedt / August 24, 2021

If you want some kids books, but aren't sure exactly which, request a grab bag of books chosen for you by a librarian!


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Convert your old VHS, music tapes, old photographs, negatives and slides.

Published by Walkertown Branch / August 24, 2021

Convert your old VHS, music tapes, old photographs, negatives and slides to digital format and create a lasting memory! The Walkertown Branch Library offers free, do-it-yourself digitization of VHS tapes, photos, slides, negatives, and audiotapes to share and enjoy for years to come. Call 336-703-2990 to sign up.

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Let the Record Show Features Art From Recycled Records and Albums at Central Library Sept. 1-30

Published by Mary Giunca / August 20, 2021

"Let the Record Show" takes old vinyl records and album covers, and turns them into art. The show is on display at Central Library's second floor gallery through the end of September and features paintings, videos, sculpture, clothing, lamps and more. The show was organized by the nonprofit DENT Creative Reuse Center and Art Laboratory in Winston-Salem.

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