CM – Shocking Tales Story Time

Chatsworth-Murray Library presents Shocking Tales Story Time: November 12th at 10:30 am

Come explore static electricity and the magic balloon during story time!

10:30am every Wednesday. Please note that story time sessions are regularly scheduled for the general public and are for preschool-age kids. An adult must remain with children attending story time. If a child engages in disruptive behavior, the adult must remove him/her from the session.

We now have a picnic table built by Boy Scouts Troop 75 with materials donated by Bradley Ace Hardware for an outdoor activity area. Story Time will never be the same!

DW – Movie as part of the Happiness Project

Dalton-Whitfield Library’s The Happiness Project presents a movie: November 6th at 6pm

Join the library and other members of the community in watching a movie as part of the Happiness Project. For the movie title, call the library at 706-876-1360.

While you’re here, make sure you pick up a fabric square for the Happiness Quilt. Draw or write what makes you happy on it and bring it back to the library so we can make a community-based quilt!

Find more information about the Happiness Project.

CG – Noni’s Nook Story Time

Calhoun-Gordon County Library presents Noni’s Nook Story Time: Thursdays in November at 10:30 a.m.

Join us for stories and activities for children from three – five years. November is Picture Book Month, and this is what Jerry Pinkney has to say: “the picture book is often a child’s first experience of looking at and reading art. Children learn to read pictures before they learn to sound out words or read full sentences, and for the very young, the partnership between pictures and text helps them take in and find pleasure in a narrative. It also stimulates a child’s desire to read words, and in this way, deciphering and understanding art becomes a small victory on the path to becoming a reader.” – Why Picture Books are Important by Jerry Pinkney.

CM – Flying Story Time

Chatsworth-Murray Library presents Flying! Corinda Takes Flight Story Time: November 5th at 10:30 am

10:30am every Wednesday. Please note that story time sessions are regularly scheduled for the general public and are for preschool-age kids. An adult must remain with children attending story time. If a child engages in disruptive behavior, the adult must remove him/her from the session.

We now have a picnic table built by Boy Scouts Troop 75 with materials donated by Bradley Ace Hardware for an outdoor activity area. Story Time will never be the same!

DW – Book Discussion: Gifted Hands – The Happiness Project

Dalton-Whitfield Library’s The Happiness Project presents a book discussion of Ben Carson’s Gifted Hands: November 4th at 6pm

Join the library and other members of the community in reading and discussing Ben Carson’s book, Gifted Hands.

While you’re here, make sure you pick up a fabric square for the Happiness Quilt. Draw or write what makes you happy on it and bring it back to the library so we can make a community-based quilt!

Find more information about the Happiness Project.

CG – Tiny Tots Story Time

Calhoun-Gordon County Library presents Tiny Tots Story Time: Tuesdays in November at 10:30 a.m.

Join us for stories and activities for children from birth – two years. November is Picture Book Month, and this is what Jerry Pinkney has to say: “the picture book is often a child’s first experience of looking at and reading art. Children learn to read pictures before they learn to sound out words or read full sentences, and for the very young, the partnership between pictures and text helps them take in and find pleasure in a narrative. It also stimulates a child’s desire to read words, and in this way, deciphering and understanding art becomes a small victory on the path to becoming a reader.” – Why Picture Books are Important by Jerry Pinkney.

DW- Teen Origami Bookmarks

Dalton-Whitfield Library is offering a passive program making Origami Bookmarks from November 3rd to November 8th

Drop by any time and pick up supplies and instructions. Make an origami bookmark and then take it home with you. If you take a picture, make sure to post it on our Facebook page so we can show it off for you! This event is for teens in 6th to 12th grade.