Are you thinking of adopting a dog or cat, or perhaps fostering one? The Forsyth Humane Society will explain how to select animals that best fit with your family, as well as how to care for a dog or cat in the first year of its life and beyond, including costs, veterinary services, vaccines, housing, exercise, socialization, and more. This Zoom presentation will be held on June 9 at 3 p.m. Registration preferred but not required.
Are you a fan of golf, trivia, or Tanglewood Park? Well, then we have the perfect game for you. Stop by the Lewisville Branch between May 12 - 26 and enter for your chance to win a free round of golf at Tanglewood Park, Reynolds Course. The prize includes a golf cart and green fees. All you have to do is answer our trivia questions correctly and you'll be entered in the drawing. The winner will be announced on Thursday, May 27. Sponsored by Tanglewood Park and the Lewisville Branch Library.
Give someone a shot this summer! Before you start your summer vacation, lend a hand by lending your arm. Help someone in your community this summer by donating blood. The American Red Cross will be on-site at the Lewisville Branch Library on Tuesday, May 25 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Please call (336)703-2940. Free COVID-19 antibody testing available. Strenuous safety measures are in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Join us virtually Wednesday, May 12 at 10 a.m. or Tuesday, May 18 at 10 a.m. as we learn how to make fun but easy May flowers with washi tape. Open to all, but to reserve a supply kit, participants will need to register. Supplies kits are limited. Please pick up your reserved kit prior to the class. To register, contact or stop by the Paddison or Lewisville Branch libraries.
Introducing "Intersections," a new magazine designed to connect people and purpose through library service. Intersections will be published three times a year and will contain information about library programs, services and more that you can't get anywhere else.
Would you like to dabble in paint and relax at the same time? Join us for a free art class at the Joanie Moser Memorial Park shelter on Thursday, May 27 from 10-11:30 a.m. Local artist and occupational therapist Patty Donoghue will teach a simple art technique using watercolor and ink. Participants will also learn that the process of creating art promotes well-being and reduces stress. Limited to 10 adults. We will follow CDC mask and social distancing guidelines.