We have great adult programs at the Walkertown Branch Library. Come to the library and learn how to start a beehive, sample foods of Latin America, try Reiki or Tai Chi movements, create art and learn a new language. Learn how to use your cell phone, digitize your old photos, solve a crime, or try a yoga class. All events at the library are free!
Christine Hall is the Walkertown winner of the Sign Up for a Library Card drawing. Christine has won a $25 gift certificate to Monte De Rey restaurant located across from the Walkertown Branch Library. Congratulations, Christine!
Do people go back for seconds (or thirds!) of your delicious pies, cakes, cookies, or breads? Enter your very best baked goods for a chance to win prizes at the annual Walkertown Fall Festival baking contest on Friday, October 18.
Learn about ancient Aztec (Nayarit) civilization and current indigenous peoples in the region while sampling regional foods. Presented by Guadalupe Riess-Stonestreet, a native of Mexico local caterer with a lot of knowledge about Mexican food. Monday, Oct. 21, 6:30 p.m.
Walkertown Branch Library is excited to offer a variety of programs for Kids and Teens in October. Kids (and accompanying caregivers) can come to Storytime, dance with us at Music and Movement, or have free coloring sheets! Teens can become volunteers or come play games. Choose what interests you!
Dr. Shannon Warden will lead an author’s talk at Walkertown Branch Library on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 6 p.m. She will discuss common parenting challenges and provide practical, effective tools for improving your home life from her latest book, “The DIY Guide to Building a Family That Lasts.”