North Carolina's own Rufus L. Edmisten will be at the Central Library on Thursday, Jan. 16 at 3:30 p.m. to discuss his memoir on state politics, his experience of the Watergate hearings, and public life. Copies of "That's Rufus: A Memoir of Tar Heel Politics, Watergate and Public Life" will be available for purchase from… Continue reading Author Talk and Book Signing
Did you miss the Grand Opening of Union Station? You can now tour the restored station this fall. Tours are free and start promptly at the time listed, so don't be late. Free parking is available too. Enjoy! For more information click here: http://www.cityofws.org/unionstation
Welcome to June and Summer Reading! This year's theme is A Universe of Stories. Check out our Summer Reading calendar at any of the branches and online. The Kick-Off will be Friday, June 7th at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Library for children, teens, and adults. We hope to see you there! Click here for… Continue reading Summer Reading & June Genealogy Help Calendar
Hey, all you cool cats, head on over to the gooney roost for the ginchiest hootenanny.Step back to the days of bongos, and berets, join in as we share the works of Black Mountain College’s beat poets. Pick a poem, grab a beret and take the stage. For those of you not in the know,… Continue reading Black Mountain Beat Poets
We will have a new look at the end of August. We will have the same website address and we will still be a WordPress site but our look is going to change with a new theme. There are a few reasons for this change. One reason is for security. Newer WordPress themes need to… Continue reading Updated Website Coming Soon
A few Forsyth County Public Library staff members stopped by our reunion! We were happy to be shown their high school student and staff selves! We hope that everyone who came by enjoyed the yearbooks and will come by again when we have another reunion. Can you guess who they are? We are actively collecting… Continue reading Look Who Stopped By Our High School Yearbook Reunion!