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Forsyth County During World War I

Published by Walkertown Branch / November 9, 2018

Dr. Michael Sistrom, History Dept. Chair at Greensboro College, will present information about Forsyth County men’s and women's military service during World War I, but will highlight the local homefront experience. The event is sponsored by the Walkertown Area Historical Society. Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018, 6:30 p.m. at the Walkertown Branch library.

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Free Programs for Youth in November

Published by Walkertown Library / November 7, 2018

Walkertown Branch Library is excited to offer a variety of programs for Kids and Teens in November. Kids (and accompanying caregivers) can come to Storytime, dance with us at Music and Movement, or have free coloring sheets! Teens can learn chemistry by making Slime, become volunteers, or come play games. Choose what interests you!


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Free Spanish Language Class at Walkertown

Published by Walkertown Branch / November 7, 2018

A new Spanish class for adults will be held at Walkertown Branch Library on Wednesdays beginning November 7 through December 12 from 6-7 p.m. While this class is aimed primarily for beginning students, all levels are welcome. Susan Moretz, an experienced ESL and Spanish instructor, will be leading the class.

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Skeletons in the Closet: Genealogy Program at Walkertown on Nov. 20

Published by Walkertown Branch / November 7, 2018

Have you found a family member with a checkered past? Not sure if you should tell family about your discovery? Come to our free program and learn how to handle sensitive genealogical information. Presented by a local genealogist Karen Feeney. Tuesday, Nov. 20, 6 - 7 p.m. at the Walkertown Branch library. Call 336-703-2990 to sign up and receive a free handout.


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Write to Your Mayor at Walkertown Branch Library

Published by Walkertown Library / November 7, 2018

Walkertown residents of all ages are encouraged to stop by Walkertown Branch Library with a letter for the Walkertown mayor, Kenneth Davis, between Nov. 5 - 17. We have a letter box set up and will deliver the letters for you!

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Daria Peoples-Riley to Discuss "This Is It"

Published by Mary Giunca / November 6, 2018

When Daria Peoples-Riley heard her daughter say that she wanted to be a ballerina, she kept thinking about the odds against an African-American young woman in this field of dance. This led her to write and illustrate "This Is It", a book about an aspiring dancer that celebrates self-expression. She will be speaking about her book and participate in a special storytime and dance party at the Central Library and storytime at Reynolda Manor Branch between Nov. 16-17. Free and open to the public.

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