Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, NC– While the Greensboro Public Library is closed to the public, staff focus has shifted to providing innovative online activities and learning experiences for children and adults. Posting on the Library’s Facebook page, customers can find children’s story times, craft demonstrations, cooking tutorials, writing tips and more.

Weekday mornings at 10:30 am children can enjoy a story time with their favorite youth services librarian. In addition to hearing a great story there are rhyming activities, finger puppets and other fun stuff related to the story. It’s a great way to continue learning early literacy skills with a familiar face.

Wednesday, May 27, children can learn about germs, hand washing and bath time rhymes during the Getting Clean Storytime with Marya Ryals from Hemphill Branch. Thursday, May 28 is Five Green & Speckled Frogs with Ms. Christine from Vance Chavis Branch. Children can learn to count backwards as they enjoy 5 Monkeys Jumping on the Bed with Cindy Dye from Glenwood Branch.

Adults can join the fun on Facebook weekdays at 5 pm. Thursday May 28 is a Zoom presentation with Dr. Gary Renaldo on how to take care of our hearts. May is High Blood Pressure Education Month and this is an excellent opportunity to learn from an expert. Information on accessing this Zoom meeting can be found at this website: https://sites.google.com/view/loveyourheart/home

For more information on Library events and resources please visit: www.greensborolibrary.org.

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