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Lewisville Library February Events

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Lewisville Branch Library 6490 Shallowford Rd. For Program Information call 336-703-2940. All programs are free and open to the public.

February 2017

Wednesday February 1 (10:15 am) Toddler Storytime. Stories, fingerplays, songs and activities. Recommended for children ages 18 months-3 years and caregivers.

Wednesday February 1  (1:30 pm) Our Creative Writing Class meets twice a month. Participants are encouraged to write during each session with the use of different prompts in a casual and relaxed atmosphere.

Thursday February 2 (11 am) Lewisville Branch Digitization: You can learn how to digitize various media, including scanning documents, converting audio cassettes to CD, VHS tapes to DVD, and digitizing slides. Classes are offered every Thursday. Please call 336-703-2945, email Lamarrtg@forsyth.cc or stop by our library branch to make a reservation.

Thursday February 2 (4:15 – 5:30 pm) Teen Anime & Gaming. Join us for anime and art, as well as Wii, card, and board games. Snacks provided. Grades 6-12.

Thursday February 2 (7-9 pm) Environmental Documentary Series. Join us at Temple Emanuel at 201 Oakwood Drive, Winston-Salem, NC every first Thursday evening for environmental documentaries and special guest speakers.

Monday February 6 (4-8 pm) Family Game Night. Use one of the library’s games or bring your own and have a wonderful place to play.

Tuesday February 7 (10:15 am) Preschool Storytime. The theme is children loving to learn with a focus on African American children and their experiences. Stories, fingerplays, songs and activities. Recommended for children ages 3-5 and caregivers.

Tuesday February 7 (2 pm) Tuesdays @ 2 Book Club will discuss Circling the Sun by Paula McClain and The Rainbow Comes and Goes by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt.

Wednesday February 8 (10:15 am) Toddler Storytime. The theme is children loving to learn with a focus on African American children and their experiences. Stories, fingerplays, songs and activities. Recommended for children ages 18 months-3 years and caregivers.

Thursday February 9 (3 pm) Lewisville Branch Digitization: You can learn how to digitize various media, including scanning documents, converting audio cassettes to CD, VHS tapes to DVD, and digitizing slides. Classes are offered every Thursday. Please call 336-703-2945, email Lamarrtg@forsyth.cc or stop by our library branch to make a reservation.

Saturday February 11 (11am) LEGO Book Club. Grades K-5. Children under 8 years must attend with a parent. Children share a book that they have read with their teammates and then the teams work together to build Lego creations based off one of their books. Children are encouraged to bring book by a ​Coretta Scott King Book Award winning author to share in honor of Black History Month. Legos are provided, but cannot be taken home.

Tuesday February 14 (10:15 am) Preschool Storytime stories, fingerplays, songs and activities. Recommended for children ages 3-5 and caregivers.

Wednesday February 15 (10:15 am) Toddler Storytime. Stories, fingerplays, songs and activities. Recommended for children ages 18 months-3 years and caregivers.

Wednesday February 15  (1:30 pm) Our Creative Writing Class meets twice a month. Participants are encouraged to write during each session with the use of different prompts in a casual and relaxed atmosphere.

Thursday February 16 (11 am) Lewisville Branch Digitization: You can learn how to digitize various media, including scanning documents, converting audio cassettes to CD, VHS tapes to DVD, and digitizing slides. Classes are offered every Thursday. Please call 336-703-2945, email Lamarrtg@forsyth.cc or stop by our library branch to make a reservation.

Monday February 20 (4-8 pm) Family Game Night. Use one of the library’s games or bring your own and have a wonderful place to play.

Tuesday February 21 (10:15 am) Music & Movement dancing, singing, and shaking your sillies out. Recommended for children ages 2-5 and caregivers.

Tuesday February 21 (7-9 pm) Environmental Documentary Series. Join us at Temple Emanuel at 201 Oakwood Drive, Winston-Salem, NC every third Tuesday evening for environmental documentaries.

Wednesday February 22 (10:15 am) Toddler Storytime. Stories, fingerplays, songs and activities. Recommended for children ages 18 months-3 years and caregivers.

Thursday February 23 (10:30 am-12:30 pm) Lewisville Branch Digitization: You can learn how to digitize various media, including scanning documents, converting audio cassettes to CD, VHS tapes to DVD, and digitizing slides. Classes are offered every Thursday. Please call 336-703-2945, email Lamarrtg@forsyth.cc or stop by our library branch to make a reservation.

Thursday February 23 (3 pm) Lewisville Branch Digitization: You can learn how to digitize various media, including scanning documents, converting audio cassettes to CD, VHS tapes to DVD, and digitizing slides. Classes are offered every Thursday. Please call 336-703-2945, email Lamarrtg@forsyth.cc or stop by our library branch to make a reservation.

Thursday February 23 (3:30 pm) Books Without Borders Book Club. Join us at Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, 251 Spruce St., Winston-Salem, to discuss Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race by​ ​Margot Lee Shetterly​.
Friday February 24 (10:30-12:30 pm) Training Bridge Open Lab: This class is for those who want to learn more about using the computer, finding specific information, and/or using online tutoring programs. Drop in and ask questions to a Training Bridge instructor. Registration recommended. Please stop by the library or call to register.

Tuesday February 28  (10:15 am) Dr. Seuss Storytime. Dr. Seuss themed stories, fingerplays, songs and activities in honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday (his actual birthday is March 2). Recommended for children aged 3 – 5 years and their caregivers.

Tuesday February 28 (7-8:30 pm) Friends of the Lewisville Library Book Club discuss Storm of the Century by Al Roker. The book follows residents of Galveston, TX, in 1900 before, during, and after a hurricane destroys the town. Race relations in the town are explored, including those of African-Americans, who were not part of the town’s elite and were treated differently in many ways.

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