Southside Branch Library


Greater Vision Dance Company

Published by Wright Adams / January 21, 2020

The Greater Vision Dance Company performs traditional African dances as well as a boot dance. Company founder and artistic director, Wayne Jones, will discuss the origins of African-American traditional step dance. Open to all ages.


Meet Our New Children's Librarian: Jamall Grice

Published by Michael Ackerman / January 15, 2020

We are excited to welcome our new children's librarian, Jamall Grice, into the Southside Branch Library family! She'll begin presenting storytimes and a bunch of different programs for kids and teens in February. Keep an eye on our events calendar for updates!


AARP Tax Help at the Southside Branch, March 12-April 9

Published by Michael Ackerman / January 14, 2020

The Forsyth County Board of Elections is using the Southside Branch auditorium for early voting in February/early March, but volunteers from AARP will be available to provide tax help on Thursdays and Fridays from Thursday, March 12 to Thursday, April 9.


We're Hiring: Part-Time Computer Coach

Published by Forsyth County Public Library / January 14, 2020

Like helping people with technology? We'd love to have you on our team. We're hiring a computer coach to work with our Computer Training Bridge program to provide technology instruction and learning materials for our patrons. Take a look for information on how to apply.


Free Tax Assistance at the Library

Published by Jody Lohman / January 12, 2020

The library will once again partner with volunteers from Forsyth Free Tax and AARP to offer tax assistance at many locations throughout Forsyth County, including several libraries.


January Reading Challenge: "What Do You Recommend?"

Published by Lara Luck / December 31, 2019

Happy New Year! It’s time to try something new, different, and exciting. Hopefully this month’s reading challenge will help you do just that. Your challenge this month is to read a book recommended by someone else. It can be a friend, a family member, or even a complete stranger (like someone you see reading at the library). Just try not to ask someone who reads the same things you usually read. You can also ask them to try the reading challenge and recommend your own book.

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