With a new decade comes a chance for a new you. As you accomplish your achievements in the new year, it is important to remember to take care of yourself physically, mentally and emotionally. For the next couple of months, our resource spotlight will feature all kinds of resources to help promote your own self-care and awareness. From magazines to eBooks, databases and programs at the library, there are many opportunities for you to explore how you can best promote your health and well-being.
Crafting can be a great way to learn and develop a new skill that can help you in everyday life. It's even better when you do it as a group. Join us for some of our craft programs at various branches to start crafting. Whether you are just starting out or are deep into a project and itching for some productive socializing to help to get it done, we've got the perfect programs for you.
Children and caregivers can attend sensory-friendly programs throughout Forsyth County Public Libraries. Please check the list of upcoming events for more information.
It’s February and romance is in the air - and on the pages. Yes, this month’s reading challenge will be to read a book with romance in it. Now, romance may not be your cup of tea and you may be tempted to skip this month’s challenge, but please notice I did not say the challenge is to read a romance book. The challenge is to read a book that contains romance. It can be any genre, even nonfiction. One of my favorite biographies, “John Adams” by David McCullough, has some romance in it.
A Reading List for Black History Month and Beyond