Did you know that Walkertown Branch Library has a community garden? The Walkertown Community Garden has 10 raised beds that can be seen from the children’s area windows. These beds have been maintained by a diverse group of community gardeners since the garden was established in 2012.
Do you ever worry about the future? Looking Forward describes and demonstrates how to “look forward” to the future--including tomorrow--with increased positivity, confidence and lightheartedness. Participants typically leave the meeting feeling good, with a greater sense of optimism, wellbeing and connection with others. Thursday, August 1 and 22, 10 - 11 a.m. at Walkertown Branch library.
Learn how to create your own personalized trinket box! You will make a decorative box with the Pique assiette method, also known as shard arts, which is a very popular folk art style of mosaics with the help of our guest-instructor Denise Warheit. Tuesday, August 6th, 1 pm. Please call (336) 703-2990 to register.
What better way of showing love for our neighbors and community than by giving the gift of life! Light-hearted entertainment and delicious snacks will be available for participants of the Red Cross Blood Drive on Monday, July 29, 2 - 6:30 p.m. at the Walkertown Branch library. To make an appointment, contact the Walkertown Library. Walk-ins are also welcome.
Come and see everyone’s favorite balloon twister this summer at the library! Marvel at all of the amazing creations of Winston-Salem’s own Balloon Lady! Friday, July 26 at 3 pm at the Walkertown Branch library. All ages welcome!
Asheville-based folk Americana duo "The Moon and You" will perform songs ranging in style from classic to quirky in a concert that features their warm and inviting sound. The husband and wife duo includes Ryan Furstenberg (guitar and banjo) and Melissa Hyman (cello). Free music concert at the Walkertown Branch Library on Saturday, July 27, 1 p.m.