We bring great programs for Adults at Walkertown Branch. Come to the library and enjoy a book discussion, Continental Knitting class, or "The History of Railroads" program. Digitize your old videos and music tapes, watch a movie, create art, learn computers, solve a crime, or try a Yoga class. All events at the library are free!
Coloring has been linked to reducing stress and agitation as it refocuses the brain. Come to Walkertown Branch library and color your world beautiful! All materials will be provided, but feel free to bring your own colored pencils or your new coloring books. Friday, March 23, at 10:30 am at the Walkertown Branch library.
Award-winning artist Craig Richards will share insights concerning gear, paint, techniques and important concepts essential to successful painting. He will share painting demonstrations and coach students to complete paintings unique to their varied interests and styles. Students are responsible for providing their own supplies. Monday, March 19, 10 am - 12 noon at Walkertown Branch library. Call 336-703-2990 to sign up.
Continental Knitting is an ergonomically better way of knitting and easier on your hands. The class is taught by experienced instructor Inger Sikora, a knitter of 38 years. Thursday, March 22, 4-5 pm. Please bring your supplies. Call 336-703-2990 for more info.
Sri Ananda Sarvasri will lead a discussion on the book "The End of Alzheimer's" by Dale E. Bredesen, M.D. In his book, Dr. Bredesen talks about his neurological research and ways to prevent Alzheimer's disease and potentially reverse cognitive decline. Saturday, March 17 at 10:15 am at the Walkertown Branch library.
Come to the Walkertown Area Historical Society presentation on the history of the Walkertown Railway and listen to a free lecture presented by a Railroad Historian Dr. Jeff Miller, the President of the Winston-Salem chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, and an author of a book "Winston-Salem Southbound Railway". Free public lecture on Tuesday, March 20, 6:30 pm. No reservation required. Call the library at 336-703-2990 for more information.