Here's a look at some popular upcoming summer reading programs at the Library.
Wednesday, July 19 at 3 p.m. at the Kernersville Branch Library. Using images spanning centuries, see how the town of Kernersville has continued to grow and prosper since Joseph Kerner settled here in the 1800s. Join us for this informative presentation by our friends at the Kernersville Museum.
Meets the third Friday of every month. Meet other writers, share your work, talk about craft, trade publishing tips, and do fun writing exercises. We have visits, readings and workshops from published authors too! A welcoming space for writers to meet on a monthly basis. For more information, call 336 703-2932.
Come to a free meditation session at the Kernersville Branch Library. All are welcome, from newbies to seasoned practitioners, to join us on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. for a guided meditation. No registration is necessary; just bring your body and mind! In the Paddison Room.
This month Zach Leonard, children's librarian at our Carver School Road Branch Library, revisits the story of Don Quixote and it's relevance during all stages of life.
Our new re-imagined Central Library will soon be home to some truly unique, fresh and exciting spaces for discovery, creativity and collaboration. Now is your chance to be a part of the opening of the new Central Library--and its lasting history--through the purchase of a commemorative, engraved brick paver.