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Attend Silents in the Cathedral at Grace Episcopal Cathedral Friday, October 28 at 7 p.m.
Kyle’s got 3 Autumnal-esque albums to soundtrack your season. Grab a light sweater and your headphones!
To weed a print book is to lay on your hands and receive a bit of its spirit.
From chickens to yogurt, those attending the Mother Earth News Fair this weekend will learn about all sorts of topics related to modern homesteading, green living, and natural health. The Library has many books and DVD’s featuring these authors in our collection, so stop by and check a few out after you attend.
A new festival will delight young science and tech fans downtown this weekend. Hands on demonstrations and activities designed for children from toddler age to eighth grade will leave young attendees with a desire to learn more about science, technology, engineering, math and space. Fortunately the Library has plenty of resources to help them continue to learn and experiment at home.
Meet these unforgettable characters in 5 of October’s best new novels.
Get in the spirit for Halloween with these great scary and silly movies. Start with Ghostbusters on the library’s big screen this Saturday.
Winnie the Pooh is turning 90! With this celebration comes a new book with a new character and a whole lot of reminiscing. It’s time to adventure!
Lissa Staley thinks everyone should write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days this November. Listen in to find out why!
All the black residents of Forsyth County left their homes, their fields, their schools, their churches and began new lives across the county line.
Fall has arrived and with comes the Apple Festival at Old Prairie Town. The whole family will enjoy displays and demonstrations of traditional pioneer skills and crafts. For whatever catches your interest, whether it be quilting or apple fritters, the Library has books and DVD’s to help you continue celebrating at home.