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. Walkertown Branch library Auditorium, Tuesday, February 7th, 6:30 - 8:30 pm.
Antwain Tate Goode, PhD, local author of a book "Bet the Farm", will present a free seminar on how to “Develop Your Way to Success.” Speaking from personal experience, Dr. Goode will guide listeners on becoming more successful, confident, and effective both personally and professionally. Saturday, February 18th at 11 am at the Walkertown Branch Library.
Learn about tips and resources for starting African American genealogy research. This free program is presented by North Carolina Room staff and features tips for researching African American genealogy resources online. The program will also cover the different types of resources unique to African American history that are used to find genealogy information. Genealogy Starter Kits and resources list will be available. Monday, February 13th, 2 pm at Walkertown Branch library.
January brings great programs for Adults at Walkertown Branch. Come to the library and enjoy Coloring for Grown-ups, digitize your old videos and music tapes, watch a movie, attend a local history lecture, create art, solve a crime with a donut, or try a Yoga class. All events at the library are free!
Free Computer ABC Class for Beginners led by the Forsyth Training Bridge instructor Katie Fanstill. Learn how to use mouse, keyboard, desktop, start menu, and taskbar. Learn how to open/close programs. Any questions answered. Registration required. Please call 336-703-2991 to register. You can also register online.
Join the WHODUNITS: Crime Solvers Book Club on Thursday, January 19th at 10:30am as we eat donuts and discuss Bootlegger's Daughter by Margaret Maron.