The StoryLine Bus travels throughout Greater Winston-Salem, providing opportunities for everyday people to record their life stories and listen to and learn from the stories of their neighbors. The bus comes to Kernersville on Thursday, March 1st from 12-5pm. You must register for a recording time by calling 703-2930.
ECHO’s StoryLine Project was founded on a simple, yet powerful, premise: When we share our stories, and listen openly to the stories of others, we expand our understanding of who we are as a community. We discover what we share in common and begin to understand the diverse experiences that shape our lives and community. It’s a beginning…toward creating a more connected community.
See the full story and other Forsyth County dates at: http://www.forsyth.cc/library/Kernersville/default.aspx?StoryID=17355
Tuesday, March 6 at 4:30pm in Room 7 – Wii Time for Teens. Celebrate Teen Tech Week by challenging your friends to a dance-off or a race! We’ll have open Wii time with Mario Kart and Just Dance 3, and we’ll have free snacks too! For ages 12-18.
Friday, March 16th at 4:30pm in Room 1 – St. Patrick’s Day Craft: Rainbow Streamers. Don’t forget to wear green! For ages 11 and under. Registration is required. To register, call 703-2930.
Celebrate Teen Tech Week by challenging your friends to a dance-off or a race! We’ll have open Wii time with Mario Kart and Just Dance 3, and we’ll have free snacks too! For ages 12-18.
Tuesday, March 6 at 4:30pm in Room 7.
There will be cake from Kville’s own Cake and All Things Yummy! at the African American Read-In this Saturday and next Friday. Great literature and great cake. Together. FREE. See you there!
WOW! That’s a lot of people!!! Thanks to everyone who came out and connected at the Kernersville Library this month. I was blown away by the support and the great ideas that came out of talking with folks before and after the various programs.
Check out our February programs and spread the word.
Thanks again to Stacy Jones of Mudfoot Marketing & Creative for coming out to Kville on Saturday the 28th! The workshop on blogging was attended by 17 folks all with unique needs and interests regarding blogging. There was great discussion during and after the program. I saw more than a few folks exchanging contact information!
Here’s a link to the YouTube archive of Stacy’s presentation. Enjoy! http://youtu.be/_Gxuw8x_hOU
Occasionally, families ask me about local homeschooling groups, and this week a customer informed me that Classical Conversations of Kernersville is having their 2012 Open House on Friday, February 10th from 8:45am to 12:30pm at the Faith Assembly Church of God in Kernersville (241 Hopkins Rd., Kernersville). The open house and information sessions are free. For more information, check out www.classicalconversations.com or contact Cari Marsh (682-5781, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jane Cadman (310-5133, email@example.com). This is not a library sponsored program.
~ by Stefani Kellum, Youth Services Librarian