ABCDs of Investing in Walkertown
Free Piano Music Concert
Go on a Blind Date with a Book in Walkertown starting Feb 1st
Next Week: February 8th and 9th Storytimes at Walkertown
Walkertown Branch Library
Services Spotlight: The North Carolina Room

Walkertown Branch Library News

  1. Walkertown Friends Reading Group

    Walkertown Friends Reading Group

    Celebrate Black History month as we discuss "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe (published in 1850). Historian Fam Brownlee will talk about local runaway slave incidents. Saturday, February 13 at 10:30 am. Call 336-703-2990 for more info. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Walkertown library.

  2.  Growing Blueberries in Walkertown

    Growing Blueberries in Walkertown

    Grow blueberries in your home landscape—learn how to prepare the soil, how many shrubs to plant, how to prune and how to harvest. Presented by Bill Colvin, Master Gardener. Walkertown Branch library, Tuesday, February 16th, 6:30 pm. The lecture is free but requires registration by phone 336-703-2990 or via email walkertownlibrary@gmail.com

  3. Learn to Knit, Crochet and more at Walkertown Library

    Learn to Knit, Crochet and more at Walkertown Library

    Regardless of your skill level, you are invited to join our group for a relaxing evening of knitting, crocheting and making new friends. Learn the basics, bring a project and share your skills and ideas. Ask questions, learn tips and get inspiration from your fellow needle workers. For adults and Teens.

  4. Free Chinese Language Class in Walkertown

    Free Chinese Language Class in Walkertown

    Is learning a new language one of your New Year's resolutions? Come to Walkertown Branch Library on Thursday, February 11th at 4 pm, and start learning Chinese. This one-hour class for beginners is facilitated by Rose Chaffin, a native speaker of Chinese from Wenzhou, China. Please call 336-703-2990 or email walkertownlibrary@gmail.com to register for the class.

  5.  Digitization Station Assistance in Walkertown March 7th

    Digitization Station Assistance in Walkertown March 7th

    The Walkertown Branch Library offers free, do-it-yourself digitization of photos, VHS tapes and audio tapes to share and enjoy for years to come. Call 336-703-2990 to sign up for one-on-one assistance with the equipment.

  6. Creative Needles in Walkertown every Wednesday @ 10 am

    Creative Needles in Walkertown every Wednesday @ 10 am

    Join the new Creative Needles Group at the Walkertown Library. The group meets every Wednesday at 10 am. Learn to quilt, crochet, and knit. Not crafty? We’ll teach you!

  7. Free Yoga Classes in Walkertown

    Free Yoga Classes in Walkertown

    Come to free Yoga classes on Thursday, February 18th at the Walkertown Branch library. First class starts at 3:30 pm, and the second class at 5 pm. Bring your exercise mat, a small blanket or a beach towel. The instructor is Lisa Kushner. New students please call the library to register at 336-703-2990.

  8. Making a Difference in Young Lives Through Children's Outreach

    Making a Difference in Young Lives Through Children's Outreach

    As hard as it might seem to believe, the only real exposure some kids in our community have to the Library is either through a storytime program at their daycare facility or a visit to their neighborhood by our Bookmobile.

  9. Dancing Watercolors Art Workshop at Walkertown

    Dancing Watercolors Art Workshop at Walkertown

    Join us at the Walkertown Branch Library for a FREE watercolor workshop on Friday, February 19th from 10 am - 12 pm. Artist Darlene Guerry will show participants simple techniques that both seasoned and new artists can use. All materials are provided by the Friends of the Walkertown Library. Please contact Walkertown Library to register.

  10. WHODUNITS with DONUTS Book Club at Walkertown

    WHODUNITS with DONUTS Book Club at Walkertown

    Join the WHODUNITS: Crime Solvers Book Club on Thursday, February 18th at 10:30am as we eat donuts and discuss The Catered Valentine's Day: a mystery with recipes by Isis Crawford. Sisters Libby and Bernie, while attending the funeral for a client's mother, become entangled in a curious mystery when the corpse of Ted Gorman, the owner of Just Chocolate, who supposedly died in a fiery car crash weeks earlier, is found in someone else's grave.

  11. Database of the Month: Business Databases

    Database of the Month: Business Databases

    Entrepreneurs and small business owners benefit from this special collection of online resources geared towards business start-up and management.

  12. The ABCDs of Investing in No-Load Mutual Funds

    The ABCDs of Investing in No-Load Mutual Funds

    Dr. Larry Hungerford and Steve Hungerford will visit area libraries throughout February to answer questions about, and give recommendations on, no-load mutual funds - funds that can be bought, sold or exchanged with no fees associated with the transaction.

  13. Providing Library Services to Forsyth County's Invisible Population

    Providing Library Services to Forsyth County's Invisible Population

    Rolling toward another stop in another neighborhood in Winston-Salem children, young and old alike see the unmistakable brightly colored murals wrapping the modified camper bus and break out in smiles because they know that the library has arrived

  14. Get Your Preschooler Reading Ready for Kindergarten

    Get Your Preschooler Reading Ready for Kindergarten

    In the coming months the children's area at your local library may look different. Several branch libraries will see exciting entry ways in to the children's area, new books, new carpet and new furniture.

  15. What will your Next Read be?

    What will your Next Read be?

    You are a click away from your Next Read! Each month you'll receive a list of books on the subjects you choose. Best of all, they are linked to our catalog, so you can just click and reserve.

  16. Construction Web Camera Now Up and Running

    Construction Web Camera Now Up and Running

    As construction ramps up at Central Library you can now keep up with all the work that goes on with a 24 hour a day construction web cam. Enjoy archived photos as well as time lapse views of all the exterior work that goes into transforming Central into a brand new library.

  17. Interactive Movies for Teens

    Interactive Movies for Teens

    Youth in grades 6-12 are invited to an interactive movie experience at several of our library branches. Movies are rated PG or PG-13--call the host library to find out the name of the movie. Although more people can come and watch the movie, we only have materials for 10 teen participants in the action for each movie, so you may want to call that library to register. Even if you end up on the waiting list or forget to sign up, be sure to attend--you'll still have fun!