Introduction to Genealogy in Walkertown
Laura Ingram Semilian:  Echoes from 1800s America
Music & Movement for Children, Caregivers at Walkertown Branch
Walkers of Walkertown
Creative Needles in Walkertown every Wednesday @ 10 am

Walkertown Branch Library News

  1. Spring Book Sale in Walkertown, Donations Accepted

    Spring Book Sale in Walkertown, Donations Accepted

    Shop for great deals at the Friends Spring Book Sale Wednesday May 13th - Saturday 16th at the Walkertown Branch Library. Donations accepted. Bag Sale day is Saturday, May 16th, 10 am - 2 pm. Everyone invited!

  2.  Paranormal Interest Group Meeting in Walkertown

    Paranormal Interest Group Meeting in Walkertown

    The Paranormal Interest Group meeting at the Walkertown Branch library on Tuesday, April 28, at 7 pm to discuss all things Paranormal. Dr. J David Michaels, an author of a novel, will be present for open discussion and to answer any questions. Call the library 336-703-2990 for more information.

  3. Learn Russian in Walkertown Monday, April 27

    Learn Russian in Walkertown Monday, April 27

    Free class is offered at the Walkertown Branch library. Learn Conversational Russian Language with a native speaker and a professional language instructor Tatyana Seamon from Kostroma, Russia. Sign up by phone 336-703-2990 or email walkertownlibrary@gmail.com.

  4. Springtime Tuesday Storytimes at Walkertown Branch

    Springtime Tuesday Storytimes at Walkertown Branch

    Head to Walkertown Branch Tuesday mornings at 10:30 with your toddlers and preschoolers. April 28 storytime will feature bilingual songs and stories presented in part by guest reader Cristina Garcia Mejias, celebrating Dia de los Ninos/Dia de los Libros--or Children's Day/Book Day.

  5. Sensory Storytime: Developmentally Appropriate, Inclusive

    Sensory Storytime: Developmentally Appropriate, Inclusive

    An interactive program with music and sensory activities awaits families at 11 am on Sat., May 2, at Walkertown Branch. All ages are welcome, especially children with sensory integration challenges. Enjoy a story, a craft, singing, and bubbles without regard for sitting quietly or still.

  6. Pickin' Grass in Walkertown Tuesday, May 5th

    Pickin' Grass in Walkertown Tuesday, May 5th

    Pickin' Grass is an Open Acoustic Jam Session that brings local and area old time gospel, bluegrass and country musicians together. Musicians, bring your instruments! Pickers, singers and listeners welcome! Town Center Park in Walkertown, Tuesday, April 7, 6:30-8:30 pm.

  7.  Digitization Station Assistance in Walkertown May 4

    Digitization Station Assistance in Walkertown May 4

    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.

  8. Learn to Knit and Crochet at Walkertown Library

    Learn to Knit and Crochet 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.

  9. WHODUNITs - aka Crime Solvers Mystery Book Club May 21st

    WHODUNITs - aka Crime Solvers Mystery Book Club May 21st

    Come to the Walkertown Branch Library and enjoy the discussion of the book Catering to Nobody by Dianne Mott Davidson, led by Diann Cunningham. Not too late to check the book out from the library and read it. Call 336-703-2990 to reserve your copy. We solve one mystery at a time. Everyone invited! Free. No reservation required.

  10. Love of Horses

    Love of Horses

    Walkertown Branch library is hosting an art show Love of Horses, oil painting by Debbie Schiappa. Art has always been a part of Debbie's life. She is a graduate of UNCG with a BFA in art education. Retired from the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School system, she now spends her days painting and drawing. Her art work is done in an impressionistic style. The art show will be on display through the end of June. All art works are for sale.

  11. Partnership with Driving-Tests.org

    Partnership with Driving-Tests.org

    The Forsyth County Public Library is pleased to announce a new partnership with Driving-Tests.org, one of the nation’s top sites for driver’s license practice tests. The partnership will strengthen the library’s mission to be a vital gateway to information.

  12. New Yoga Classes in Walkertown in April

    New Yoga Classes in Walkertown in April

    More Yoga Classes are added in April! Come to free one-hour Yoga sessions for adults on Thursdays, April 23rd and 30th, from 5 to 6 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.

  13. Children Invited To Read to a Dog April 20 at Walkertown

    Children Invited To Read to a Dog April 20 at Walkertown

    Young readers and dog lovers ages 4 - 12 are invited to read to Tesla, a Tail-Waggin' Tutor, at Walkertown Branch Library from 6 - 7 pm on Monday, April 20. Please call to register for a turn: 703-2990. Tesla's next visit will be Monday, May 6.

  14. Systemwide Friends of the Library Book Sales

    Systemwide Friends of the Library Book Sales

    Take advantage of the many Friends of the Library book sales that begin this month and run into May with bargains on hardback and paperback books, movies on DVD and VHS and much more. All proceeds benefit the Forsyth County Public Library System.

  15. Change Announced for Out-of-Area FCPL Library Card Holders

    Change Announced for Out-of-Area FCPL Library Card Holders

    Card holders residing outside of Forsyth County and surrounding counties will be assessed an annual fee, starting March 1st.

  16. Money Smart Week

    Money Smart Week

    Money Smart Week is an annual series of programs that provides useful information about various financial issues. It is part of a national initiative of the American Library Association and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.