CM – Board of Trustees Meeting

Chatsworth-Murray County Library’s Board of Trustees will be meeting on Thursday, April 14, 2016 at 5:30pm

The Board of Trustees helps determine budgets, policies, and so much more for the Chatsworth-Murray County Library. Their meetings are open to the public, so this is your opportunity to come and speak your piece. Board of Trustees meetings occur quarterly on the 2nd Thursday of January, April, July, and October.

CG – Spring Book Sale

The Friends of Calhoun-Gordon County Library are hosting their semi-anual Book Sale April 14th & 15th from 1-6pm and April 16th from 10am – 2pm

There will be a special preview sale for Friends of the Library members on Wednesday April 13th from 4pm – 6pm. Join the Friends in supporting the Calhoun-Gordon County Library by purchasing used books.

The sale will be held in the Community Room at the library.

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DW – LTTC Internet 101: Computer Basics Class

Dalton-Whitfield County Library’s LTTC presents a Computer Basics Class: Internet 101 on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 11:00am – 12:30pm

Learn about the parts of a webpage, internet terminology, and more. No computer skills are required for this class.

Registration is required for all LTTC classes. You can register in several different ways. Click the image below to fill out an online form, call the library at 706-876-2504, or drop by to pick up a paper form.
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DW – LTTC Word 101: Computer Basics Class

Dalton-Whitfield County Library’s LTTC presents a Computer Basics Class: Word 101 on Wednesday, April 13, 2016 from 11:00am – 12:30pm

Learn about Microsoft Word, cursors, how to type a document, and all about ribbons/tabs. No computer experience necessary for Computer Basics classes.

Registration is required for all LTTC classes. You can register in several different ways. Click the image below to fill out an online form, call the library at 706-876-2504, or drop by to pick up a paper form.
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CG – Intermediate Computers 102 Class (Pre-Registration is Required)

Calhoun-Gordon County Library presents a Intermediate Computers 102 Class on April 13th, 2016 from 10:30am – 11:45am

Learn how to set up an email, how to send and receive emails and how to add attachments to emails. Pre-registration is required as seats are limited.

To register, drop by the front desk at Calhoun-Gordon County Library or call 706-624-1456.

No computer experience is necessary.

CG – Board of Trustees Meeting

Calhoun-Gordon County Library’s Board of Trustees will be meeting on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 at 4:30pm

The Board of Trustees helps determine budgets, policies, and so much more for the Calhoun-Gordon County Library. Their meetings are open to the public, so this is your opportunity to come and speak your piece. Board of Trustees meetings occur quarterly on the 2nd Tuesday of January, April, July, and October.

CG – Intermediate Computers 101 Class (Pre-Registration is Required)

Calhoun-Gordon County Library presents a Intermediate Computers 101 Class on April 11th, 2016 from 10:30am – 11:45am

Learn how to use the Internet, including how to find information on the World Wide Web and how to do basic web searches. Pre-registration is required as seats are limited.

To register, drop by the front desk at Calhoun-Gordon County Library or call 706-624-1456.

No computer experience is necessary.

CM – Geology Slideshow, Talk, and Walk

Georgia Rocks, The Georgia Appalachian Trail Club, Dr. Bill Witherspoon, and Chatsworth-Murray County Library are partnering together to provide a Geologist Talk and Walk: Fort Mountain on Saturday, April 9, 2016 beginning at 10:30am at Chatsworth-Murray County Library

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Dr. Bill Witherspoon, co-author of the popular guide, Roadside Geology of Georgia, will present a Fort Mountain slide show and geology walk on Saturday, April 9, in partnership with the Georgia Appalachian Trail Club.

About two hours north of Atlanta, Fort Mountain is the most prominent peak along the west front of Georgia’s rugged Blue Ridge, and is named after its mysterious pre-European stone wall. Its fascinating geology includes one of the lowest-elevation boulder fields in Georgia, billion-year-old rocks once mined for talc, rocks more than 600 million years old made of eroded fragments of the older rocks, and one of the Appalachians’ greatest faults.

The talk and slide show, “Fort Mountain Oddities: the Wall was the Last of Many,” will be at 10:30 AM in the Chatsworth-Murray Library, 706 Old Dalton-Ellijay Road, Chatsworth, GA, 30705.

At 12:00 noon, walkers can bring a sack lunch to gather at Picnic Shelter #7 near the West Overlook trailhead in Fort Mountain State Park. At 1:00, Witherspoon will guide a walk past the boulder field and outcrops of ancient rocks to the overlook, from which Lookout Mountain, 35 miles to the west, is often visible. From there, walkers will visit the newly restored 1930’s fire tower and then traverse the entire 885-foot length of the wall.

The events are free to the public. There is a $5 state park parking fee. [Please note: The State Park and Historical Site pass is available for checkout during normal library hours and can provide free parking for one vehicle.]

Roadside Geology of Georgia, a full-color 320-page guide, is the 25th book in a Mountain Press Publishing series for the general reader that has sold over one million copies. “Our goal is to take the reader to Georgia’s natural wonders and explain the science that lies behind the scenery,” says Witherspoon, who taught geology to K-12 students and their teachers for 17 years at DeKalb County Schools’ Fernbank Science Center, and co-authored the 2013 book with Dr. Pamela Gore of Georgia State University.

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Geologist Talk and Walk: Fort Mountain, April 9 Press Release