Yes, this was very plain but it met an immediate need. If you can to one of these programs, let me know what you think! ~ Crystal
Hello! Thank you for indicating your interest in getting advanced notice of Kernersville programs for adults. Here are a few special programs that will be coming to Kernersville over the next few weeks.
Monday, March 14- Peak Performance (6-7pm; Room 7- basement)
This event is part of the Wellness Series, which is sponsored by The Foundation for Wellness Professionals. The event is free, and there will be light refreshments. However, seats are limited, so please call 336-996-7007 to register for this event. The April 11th session will focus on Golf Ergonomics!
Thursday, March 17- Downloadable Media Workshop (6-7:30pm; Library computers)
Love to read? Want to enjoy a good book on your own computer or portable device? Let us introduce you to Downloading Media and a growing collection of ebooks and audiobooks in our Virtual Library. We invite you to learn about this 24/7 service.
Saturday, April 9- Energy Saving, Low Cost Housing & Home Maintenance Tips (11:00am-12:30pm; Room 4- basement)
If you are short on time and money, learn the skills to maintain your living environments inside and outside. This program will cover energy saving and cleaning tips for every room in the house or apartment as well as how to maintain the area with affordable and safe products. Please call Kathy Hepler at 336-703-2852 to register!
Friends of the Library Noon Book Club
This group meets on the first Thursday of every month (September through May) to discuss books. The selections vary greatly each month so there’s something for everyone! The April book is The Help by Kathryn Stockett. Henrietta Barret will lead the discussion.
Please remember that Federal income tax forms are available for pick up at the Library through April 18th. If you need free tax preparation assistance, please call the Senior Center at 992-0591 to schedule an appointment. Some restrictions do apply.
Reading Recommendations With NextReads
For those of you interested in getting reading recommendations (both print and audiobooks), sign up for a NextReads newsletter. All three librarians at Kernersville serve as editors for newsletters: William Durham, Branch Manager- Business & Personal Finance; Stefani Kellum, Youth Services Librarian- Tween Reads; Crystal Holland, Adult Services Librarian- Self Help. You can sign up at the Library or click here to do so online.
Crystal D. Holland, Adult Services Librarian
Kernersville Branch Library
Forsyth County Public Library
130 E. Mountain St.
Kernersville, NC 27284