Symbols representing strength, protection, and well-being will travel across time and continents to teens at Walkertown Branch on Wednesday, June 29, at 2 pm. Students rising into grades 6 - 12 will create artistic tiles and understand other cultures. To register, call 336-703-2990.
There's always something interesting going on at the Library. Whether it's a storytime for kids, a program on local history, free Yoga or Art class, or a community event in the Walkertown area - learn about it from a library newsletter.
Summer brings programs for all ages at Walkertown Branch. Read more to find special events and popular weekly programs for your teens, tweens, and children. Remember to track your family members' reading and/or listening-to-books time from now through July 29 for chances to win Barnes & Noble gift cards.
Two free basic first aid classes will be available Friday, June 24th at 10am and 2pm at Walkertown for adults and teens who want to learn how to provide immediate care for a suddenly ill or injured friend or family member until more advanced medical care arrives. Public Health Nurse, Robin Hull, is a certified Red Cross trainer. Registration required. Please call 336-703-2990 to register.
Raymond Woloszyn spend two years in Ukraine working for an American company Tyco Electronics. He will talk about Western Ukraine, and also share his impressions and experiences while living there.
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.