Ken Bloom in Walkertown: Free Music Concert
Central Library Update
Free Yoga Class For Adults and Teens in Walkertown
Weekly September Storytimes at Walkertown
 Digitization Station Assistance October 8th in Walkertown
Creative Needles: Quilting, Crocheting, and Knitting

Walkertown Branch Library News

  1. A-movin' and A-groovin' Thursdays Mornings at Walkertown

    A-movin' and A-groovin' Thursdays Mornings at Walkertown

    Where do babies bounce, toddlers rock, and preschoolers try to hop on one leg? At Music and Movement on Thursdays, 10:30 - 11 am. Ages 1 - 5 and caregivers have fun stretching bodies, imaginations, and music skills.

  2. Creative Needles in Walkertown every Wednesday @ 10 am

    Creative Needles in Walkertown every Wednesday @ 10 am

    Join the new Creative Needles Group at the Walkertown Library. The group meets every Wednesday at 10 am. Learn to quilt, crochet, and knit. Not crafty? We’ll teach you!

  3. Paranormal Interest Group in Walkertown

    Paranormal Interest Group in Walkertown

    Paranormal Interest Group will meet at the Walkertown Branch library on Tuesday, September 30th, 7 pm. Learn about different views on paranormal experiences from an author of a novel Dr. J. David Michaels. Free discussion, open for public. No reservation required. Call the library 336-703-2990 for more information.

  4. Walkers of Walkertown: Let's Walk Together

    Walkers of Walkertown: Let's Walk Together

    Wouldn’t you like to become more fit with just a short walk each day? Join WOW - Walkers of Walkertown! Robin Klar, a personal trainer at the YMCA, and his wife Carol will guide you to improve your health with a short walk. Robin has been a runner, walker for over 35 years. Carol will lead the walks as you meet at the library and walk in the area.

  5. Meet Your Muse: Amateur Writers Meetup in Walkertown

    Meet Your Muse: Amateur Writers Meetup in Walkertown

    Have you long hungered to express yourself, to share your thoughts through writing...but were afraid to? Join us kindred spirits in having fun, discovering and learning how to express your inner muse. No pressure, no criticism, just warm-hearted encouragement. Walkertown Branch Library, Monday, September 22, 7-8:30 pm.

  6. Computer and Downloadable Media Help

    Computer and Downloadable Media Help

    Computer and Downloadable Media Help is provided at the Walkertown Branch library to everyone who is interested in improving their computer skills. The instructor Ann Goodwin will help you to download an eBook, Audio book or a songs for free. Please call to register 336-703-2990.

  7. Free Piano Concert in Walkertown

    Free Piano Concert in Walkertown

    Canadian pianist, Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi, whose playing has been lauded as “brilliant” (New Music Connoisseur), “persuasive” (Sequenza21), and “beautiful” (American Record Guide), will present a solo piano program, "Variations" at the Walkertown Branch Library on October 4 pm, 1-2 pm. Free admission. The concert will feature Johannes Brahms' monumental "Handel Variations," Georg Frideric Handel's popular, "Harmonious Blacksmith" Variations and a new work by North Carolina composer, Betty Wishart.

  8. Floral Wall Art Crafting for Teens & Adults, Walkertown

    Floral Wall Art Crafting for Teens & Adults, Walkertown

    Create beautiful recycled wall art with mixed-media artist Priscilla Williams in this free workshop on Saturday, October 18th, 10 - 12 noon, Walkertown Branch. Teens and adults welcome. Please call 703-2990 to register.

  9. An Afternoon with Ron Rash

    An Afternoon with Ron Rash

    This year's On the Same Page main selection is the bestselling novel Serena by NC author Ron Rash. We're hosting a series of events building off of the book, including book discussions, film screenings, and more, at each of the library locations. It all leads up to our finale event: an appearance by Mr. Rash himself at the Arts Council Theatre (610 Coliseum Dr. NW, Winston-Salem). Here's a little more info about our featured author.

  10. Consumer Food Safety & Preservation in Walkertown

    Consumer Food Safety & Preservation in Walkertown

    At what temperature should I set my refrigerator? How long will my leftovers last? My power went out - is the food in my refrigerator safe? Learn the four simple steps to food safety - Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill. Presented by Jennifer Brown, NC Cooperative Extension Agent. Tuesday, September 22, 6 pm at the Walkertown Branch Library. Free. Call 336-703-2990 to register.

  11. School Board Candidates Forum

    School Board Candidates Forum

    Meet candidates running for seats on the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School Board in the upcoming November elections.

  12. Technology

    Technology "Petting Zoo" @ Central Library

    If you are interested in purchasing a digital device, but aren't sure what type would be good for you, then join us Thursday, September 25th starting at 2 pm to test drive some digital devices. We'll have on hand Apple iPads and Sony eReaders to name a few.

  13.  Fall into Winter 2014 Book Sale in Walkertown

    Fall into Winter 2014 Book Sale in Walkertown

    Shop for great deals at the Friends Fall Book Sale Wednesday December 11 - Saturday 13th at the Walkertown Branch Library. Brown bag sale day is Saturday, 13th, 10 am - 2 pm. Everyone invited!

  14. Upcoming Fall Book Sales

    Upcoming Fall Book Sales

    Several book sales held by Friends of the Library groups have been scheduled at Branch Library locations this fall. Branches not holding a fall sale offer an on-going book sale with the same great selection and bargain prices on materials found at spring and fall sales.

  15. Call for entries for our fall bookmark contest

    Call for entries for our fall bookmark contest

    It's time for the Library's fall bookmark contest. Kids pre-k through high school are invited to submit their best designs promoting books and reading by Friday, October 3rd at 6 pm.

  16. New Year New Resources

    New Year New Resources

    Forsyth County Public Library will be offering a new lineup of resources for 2015-2017 via NC LIVE.

  17. Fashion Week with Zinio

    Fashion Week with Zinio

    September is the month for fashion. From New York's Fashion Week to Milan's, our eMagazines can help keep you in style!

  18. Freegal Mixtape: #Back2School

    Freegal Mixtape: #Back2School

    This Freegal Mixtape was created to help you start your mornings off right and get you energized and ready for a day of learning.

  19. Database of the Month: Learning Express Library

    Database of the Month: Learning Express Library

    Using your library card you can create an account and use Learning Express Library to access information to help you succeed throughout your educational career. Learning Express Library is also a great resource for career development, mastering computer skills, educational and placement tests, resources in Espanol, and much more.

  20. Sunday Hours To Start At Three Branch Library Locations on Sunday, November 2nd

    Sunday Hours To Start At Three Branch Library Locations on Sunday, November 2nd

    Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center, Southside Branch Library and Reynolda Manor Branch Library will be open Sundays starting November 2nd. Sunday hours for all three locations will be 1 pm to 5 pm.

  21. New Books by Bestselling Authors Coming Your Way Soon

    New Books by Bestselling Authors Coming Your Way Soon

    Here's a list of new books by bestselling authors coming your way this fall.

  22. North Carolina Digital Library: Page to Screen IV

    North Carolina Digital Library: Page to Screen IV

    There are lots of beloved books getting the big-screen treatment in 2014 — like The Giver, Dark Places, Gone Girl, and Serena just to name a few. Many of these titles can be enjoyed as eBooks and audiobooks free, by visiting the North Carolina Digital Library powered by Overdrive.