Dalton-Whitfield Story times: February 24th’s story time has been cancelled due to the weather! Check our calendar for next month’s new day and time!
Cancelled due to weather. Check our calendar for next month’s new day and time!
Dalton-Whitfield Library will be hosting “Witness to the Holocaust”: Thursday, February 13th – Thursday, February 27th
This event is free and open to the public.
Come see the display at the library and learn about William Alexander “W.A” Scott III and his time as a photographer in a segregated battalion during World War II. W.A. was a Georgia resident and a civil rights activist. The exhibit is sponsored by The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust with the Georgia Public Library Service and also looks at the similarities between racial laws in the United States and in Germany.
The panels that will be on display are a part of a larger, permanent exhibit called Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945 in Sandy Springs, Georgia.
Witness to the Holocaust Flyer
For more information, visit Witness to the Holocaust 2014 Library Tour.
AARP Tax-Aide…free tax service. Due to the library renovation, taxes will be done at the Gordon County Senior Citizen’s Center (150 Cambridge Court) on Fridays 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. beginning February 7th through April 11, 2014. Bring a copy of last year’s tax return and all papers related to income for 2013. Photo ID for taxpayers and SS# cards for all on the return are required. For more info, call Gordon Leiter, at 706-234-0931.
The Calhoun-Gordon library will remain closed due to weather and safety concerns. Please stay safe and if you need to renew materials, feel free to contact the Dalton-Whitfield library after 12pm. Sorry for any inconvenience.
The Dalton-Whitfield library will be open again at 12:00pm. By this time we hope the roads will be clear and safe to drive again. If you feel unsafe driving, then please feel free to call the library to renew your books. Thanks for your understanding!
Dalton-Whitfield biblioteca Cuenta Cuentos: jueves a las 5:30pm
Sra. Debbie Gonzales y otras personas presenta cuentos, títeres, y artesanías para hispanohablantes.
The Chatsworth-Murray library will be open at 1pm. By this time we hope the roads will be clear and safe to drive again. If you feel unsafe driving, then please feel free to call the library to renew your books. Thanks for your understanding!
Calhoun-Gordon County Library will be closed due to road conditions.
Due to inclement weather, the library will be closed at 12pm Tuesday, 1/28 and remain closed Wednesday, 1/29. Sorry for any inconvenience.
We have new titles in Geronimo Stilton’s The Kingdom of Fantasy series. The Quest for Paradise is a return visit to the kingdom of fantasy. Learn more of this magical place using codes, puzzles, maps and many other clues. It is an adventure you may want to read over and over in case you missed something. In The Amazing Voyage, Geronimo finds that the Queen of Fairies, Blossom, has been captured when he re-enters the Kingdom of Fantasy. He gets help from Strongheart the last of the Giants, Thunderhorn, the King of the elves, and Sterling, the Princess of the Silver Dragons, but he alone must rescue the Queen from the Volcano of Nightmares. This adventure is full of places, characters, and twists and turns. The illustrations add to the fun and fantasy. If you are a Geronimo fan you will enjoy this one for sure. The Dragon Prophecy is a return to the kingdom to help Blossom and the Great Council of the Twelve Dragons. There is a search for a lost Dragon Egg and a final battle with a witch, a princess, an elf king, a frog, trolls, dragons, and of course Geronimo as Rodent Knight.
The first in a new series called The Imaginary Veterinary by Suzanne Selfours is The Sasquatch Escape. This series will give us wild adventures from a secret hospital for imaginary creatures. This should be fun reading.
Titanic: Voices from the Disaster by Deborah Hopkinson brings together actual accounts from the survivors. Along with charts, diagrams, pictures and maps this book gives the reader a thorough and insightful look at this tragedy.