Rescheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 19 at 3:30 p.m. in the Makerspace at Central Library. Join us to make North Carolina themed ornaments. Please call 336-703-3070 to register as supplies are limited.
Our Genealogy Help calendar is ready to view. Don't forget that you can call the North Carolina Collection at 336-703-3070 to schedule an appointment for genealogy help. Our staff and volunteers are happy to help you get started with genealogy or to help with a hard-to-find ancestor. http://bit.ly/2FZ5SHY
We are posting updated information from the Winston-Salem Family History Center. This is a free genealogy resource for the community. If you haven't been check it out. Attention, genealogists! Have you ever visited FamilySearch.org? This absolutely free service of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints searches millions of genealogical records, historical books, Websites,… Continue reading Winston-Salem Family History Center
As always, click pictures for larger size where available... Dimensions (exclusive of base): 7’ 3” from base to top of cap 27” diameter at bottom of cap 64” diameter at bottom of pot 740.25 gallon capacity (calculated) Weight is unknown When I mentioned that I was working on a blog post about the Twin City’s… Continue reading True history of the coffee pot…
Join us for the Library’s first local author fair in 5 years. Come meet 28 authors who write for children, teens, and adults and get to talk with them about their work. There will also be book sales and signings. Fun for the whole family! Saturday, Nov. 10 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Central Library… Continue reading Read Local!
With the upcoming midterm elections on November 6th, the North Carolina Room staff has naturally been fielding a lot of questions regarding early voting locations, how to register to vote, and more. If you live in Forsyth County, one of your best resources to find information about voting, and the resource we reference most often… Continue reading Voting Information for Forsyth County
The calendar for Genealogy One-On-One Help is ready! Don't forget you can call ahead and make an appointment for help, too! Just call the North Carolina Collection at 336-703-3070. Click on the calendar for a printable version.