On the Same Page Library Programs

On the Same Page Library Programs

Throughout September

Throughout the month of September, the Museum of Anthropology will present programs about West Africa as a collaboration with Forsyth County Library’s 2019 On the Same Page book selection, Speak No Evil. The complete schedule of programs is below, and more information, including program descriptions, can be found here.

Programs for Adults

Monday, September 16, 3pm – Family and Kinship in West Africa at Rural Hall Library
Monday, September 16, 6pm – Family and Kinship in West Africa at at Malloy Jordan/East Winston Heritage Center
Thursday, September 19, 2pm – Who are the Igbo? at Clemmons Library
Thursday, September 19, 4pm – Who are the Igbo? at Lewisville Library
Monday, September 23, 6pm – Gender and Sexual Fluidity in West Africa at Reynolda Manor Library
Wednesday, October 2, 6pm – Gender and Sexual Fluidity in West Africa at Central Library

Programs for Teens
Friday, September 6, 4:30pm – Kola Nuts, Anyone? at Lewisville Library
Wednesday, September 11, 4:30pm – Kola Nuts, Anyone? at Central Library
Thursday, September 12, 4pm – Kola Nuts, Anyone? at Clemmons Library
Monday, September 16, 4:30pm – Want to Wrestle? at Central Library

Programs for Children
Monday, September 9, 4pm – The Ruler’s Crown at Rural Hall Library
Tuesday, September 10, 4:30pm – The Ruler’s Crown at Lewisville Library
Wednesday, September 18, 4pm – A Tuareg Bag at Central Library
Friday, September 20, 4pm – The Ruler’s Crown at Paddison Memorial Library (Kernersville)