As part of the celebration of Black History month, the Forsyth County Public Library will have its first annual African American Author Fair on Saturday, Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. in the Central Library auditorium. Authors will be discussing their books and participate in book signing, and their books will be available for purchase. A brief question and answer session will follow. The author fair is free and open to the public. For more information call 336-703-2954.
In 1949, Carver High School Student Willie H. Johnson Jr. won a contest for the best design for Forsyth County's new seal.
Have you ever wondered who grows the food we eat? Have you considered signing up for a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) box with a local farm? Now’s your chance. Come meet our rock star local food farmers in our county’s fourth Meet Your Farmer CSA Sign Up Day.
Meet Author Debbie Barr and learn how to communicate love to a person with dementia. She will talk about her book “Keeping Love Alive as Memories Fade: The 5 Love Languages and the Alzheimer's Journey” on Saturday, March 2, at 10:30 a.m. at the Walkertown Branch Library. Barr is the author of two books about Alzheimer’s disease.
As part of celebrating Black History Month, the Greater Vision Dance Company will offer an informative and educational dance performance for all ages at several library locations. Mr. Jones’ troupe will perform the traditional boot dance and discuss its African American roots.
Forsyth County Office of Environmental Assistance and Protection (EAP) began its 2019 Pollen Monitoring Season on Feb.11 and will run through October with weekday reports on local airborne pollen.