Introducing "Intersections," a new magazine designed to connect people and purpose through library service. Intersections will be published three times a year and will contain information about library programs, services and more that you can't get anywhere else.
An exhibit of Walkertown artist Hughes Grogan’s photography is now on display at the Walkertown Branch Library. His “Smokes and Double Exposures” show will run through the end of December.
Did you know that there’s a book sale every day at the Walkertown Library? We had a lot of pre-covid donations from our generous patrons, and the Friends organized it into our wonderful book sale. Come take a look! It’s much cheaper than even a used bookstore, and you'll help the library.
Does your child love to read? Join the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program at your local library and promote early literacy. If you visit our storytimes, those books count towards you goal as well. More information is available at any Forsyth County Public Library.
The Walkertown Branch Library resumes the adult beginner tai chi class in an outdoor variation, every Friday at 10 a.m. The class will meet on the library lawn, and everyone will be asked to wear a mask and maintain social distance. Tai Chi is a low impact exercise that has many benefits, including decreased stress and improved balance. Please join instructor Mark Fleming for an hour of tai chi “play” that will leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Call to register!
Spanish class for adults will be held at Walkertown Branch Library. We'll be using the Zoom platform. Please register to receive an invitation link to the upcoming class. Susan Moretz, an experienced ESL and Spanish instructor, will be leading the sessions.