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Free Community Shredding Event at Walkertown April 21, 10-1

Published by Walkertown Branch / April 18, 2018

Identity theft is a concern for everyone. Protect your personal information by bringing documents to be professionally shredded at a free community-wide shred event on Saturday, April 21 from 10 am to 1 pm at Walkertown Branch Library. This event is generously sponsored by LGFCU and is for personal shredding only (no businesses). Please limit your shredding amount to 75 pounds or 3 document boxes.


Money Smart Week: Meet and Speak with Cary Clifford

Published by Amelia Poovey / April 18, 2018

Come meet and speak with Cary Clifford, owner of Camino Bakery to learn how she turned her passion into a successful business on Wednesday, April 25 at 9 am in the Central Library Makerspace. Space is limited. Please call (336) 703-3054 to register.


Genealogy and Local History Programs at Forsyth County Public Library

Published by North Carolina Room / April 13, 2018

This calendar presents all programs for genealogy and local history at Forsyth County Public Library. Seasoned genealogists and beginners will find value in these excellent programs throughout the month of April.


English as a Second Language Class at Walkertown Every Tuesday at 9:15

Published by Walkertown Branch / April 13, 2018

Learning English? Practice conversation, learn new expressions, and improve your pronunciation in a relaxed group led by a professional language instructor Nicholas Bradley. Say no to pressure and yes to the result. Every Tuesday, 9:15 - 11 am. Call 336-703-2990 to register.


On the Same Poem

Published by Candace Brennan / April 11, 2018

On the Same Poem welcomes Larry Barron, LB the Poet. LB, a North Carolina activist and Winston-Salem leader in the poetry community, will be our featured poet for Forsyth County Public Library’s On the Same Poem Luncheon, Thursday, April 26th at noon at the Forsyth County Central Library Auditorium. LB the Poet's featured poem is from his newest work, WORD - "The Poetic Evolution of a Black Man's Story". To make a reservation, please contact 336-703-3022.


Historical Walkertown Photo Wall Dedication

Published by Amber McClure / April 11, 2018

Join us at Walkertown Branch Library on Saturday, April 21st, at 12 pm for the dedication of the Historical Walkertown Photo Wall! Call 336-703-2990 for more information.

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