Summer Programs in Forsyth County Libraries

Summer Programs in Forsyth County Libraries

June 7 - August 11

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 2022, “Being Royal” focuses on the Yoruba people of West Africa and “Kachina Dolls” focuses on the Hopi people of the American Southwest.

The teen programs include a brief lesson, viewing artifacts from the collection, and a craft project. For 2022, “African Tie Dye” focuses on the Yoruba and “Hopi Spirits” focuses on the Hopi. Contact your local library branch for more information!

Elementary-Age Programs

  • Kernersville Branch, “Kachina Dolls,” June 7, 4:00pm
  • Rural Hall Branch, “Being Royal,” June 14, 3:30pm
  • Southside Branch, “Being Royal,” June 15, 10:00am
  • Walkertown Branch, “Being Royal,” July 6, 3:00pm
  • Central Branch, “Being Royal,” July 14, 11:00am
  • Carver School Road Branch, “Kachina Dolls,” July 18, 10:30am
  • Clemmons Branch, “Kachina Dolls,” July 20, 2:30pm
  • Clemmons Branch, “Being Royal,” August 3, 2:30pm
  • Lewisville Branch, “Kachina Dolls,” August 5, 11:00am
  • Rural Hall Branch, “Kachina Dolls,” August 9, 3:30pm
  • Central Branch, “Kachina Dolls,” August 11, 11:00am

Teen Programs

  • Kernersville Branch, “African Tie Dye,” June 13, 4:00pm
  • Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center, “African Tie Dye,” July 12, 2:00pm
  • Carver School Road Branch, “African Tie Dye,” July 21, 10:30am
  • Clemmons Branch, “African Tie Dye,” July 27, 2:30pm
  • Clemmons Branch, “Hopi Spirits,” August 10, 2:30pm