Closed for Juneteenth

June 17-19

The Museum will be closed Saturday, June 17 through Monday, June 19 for Juneteenth.

Summer Programs in Forsyth County Libraries

June 20 - July 26

The Lam Museum of Anthropology offers summer programs in Forsyth County libraries. The elementary-age programs include a story, looking at related artifacts from the Museum’s collection, and a craft project. For 2023, “A Tale from India” focuses on the culture and traditions of India and “Explore the Amazon” focuses on the Amazon jungle and the people who live there.

The teen programs include a brief lesson, viewing artifacts from the collection, and a craft project. For 2023, “Explore the Amazon” focuses on Brazil and “Papermaking” will examine the ancient art of making paper. Contact your local library branch for more information!

Elementary-Age Programs

• Reynolda Manor Branch, “Explore the Amazon,” June 20, 2:00pm

• Kernersville Branch, “A Tale from India,” June 27, 4:00pm

• Clemmons Branch, “A Tale from India,” July 12, 2:00pm

• Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center, “A Tale from India,” July 25, 2:00pm

• Central Library, “Explore the Amazon,” July 26, 2:00pm

Teen Programs

• Walkertown Branch, “Papermaking,” July 7, 2:00pm

• Lewisville Branch, “Papermaking,” July 14, 2:00pm

• Central Library, “Papermaking,” July 18, 3:30pm

• Kernersville Branch, “Explore the Amazon,” July 25, 4:00pm

Closed for Independence Day

July 1-4

The Museum will be closed Saturday, July 1 through Tuesday, July 4 for Independence Day.

Booth at Indigenous Peoples and Moravians: A Celebration of Cultures

August 5, 11am-4pm

Visit the Lam Museum’s interactive display at Historic Bethabara Park to see Native American artifacts from the Yadkin River Valley, crack nuts with a nutting stone, and play Native American games. Visit for event information.