CM – Western Themed End of Summer Party

Chatsworth-Murray Library presents an end of the summer party coming for Story Time: August 27th at 10:30 am

The end of summer has come! Everyone’s worked hard, read lots, and now it’s time for a party! Come celebrate the end of the summer with Chatsworth-Murray Library. Make sure you wear your cowboy or cowgirl gear!

Story Times are at 10:30 am on every Wednesday. Please note that story time sessions are regularly scheduled for the general public and are for kids from 2-12 years old. 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 Troup 75 with materials donated by Bradley Ace Hardware for an outdoor activity area. Story Time will never be the same!

CM – Police Story Time

Chatsworth-Murray Library presents a guest reader coming for Story Time: August 20th at 10:30 am

Chatsworth City Police Chief Etheridge will be presenting story time, so get ready for stories and crafts!

Story Times are at 10:30 am on every Wednesday. Please note that story time sessions are regularly scheduled for the general public and are for kids from 2-12 years old. 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 Troup 75 with materials donated by Bradley Ace Hardware for an outdoor activity area. Story Time will never be the same!

LTTC Registration – Fall 2014

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Please click the box beside the classes you wish to attend:

No computer experience is required for this class.
Learn how to use a mouse, become familiar with the keyboard, and learn about other parts of the computer.

Basic computer skills are required.
Learn how to access the internet using different search engines and create your own e-mail account.

Basic computer skills are required.
Learn a new way to browse the internet using Chrome. Also learn how to use Google Drive, which allows you to save documents online, so you can access them from any computer with internet access.

Basic computer skills are required.
Learn how to navigate Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media sites.

Basic computer skills and USB storage device required (there will be USB devices for sale).
Find out how your computer is organized. Learn how to open and save files, and use storage devices.

Basic computer skills are required.
Learn how to create professional documents such as resumes, letters, legal documents, brochures, and more.

Basic knowledge of wireless devices and a library card is required.
Learn how to access and download e-books, audiobooks, and magazines on your wireless device.

Advanced computer skills (experience copying/pasting, downloading/uploading) are required.
Interested in creating your own webpage? Let us show you how!

Basic computer skills are required
Learn how to organize, format, and calculate data with formulas using a spreadsheet system broken up by rows and columns.

Basic computer skills are required.
Bring your own device and let us help you learn how to use all of the new features of Windows 8 to your advantage.

CM – Keep Chatsworth Beautiful Story Time

Chatsworth-Murray Library presents a guest reader coming for Story Time: August 13th at 10:30 am

Learn how to help keep Chatsworth-Murray Beautiful with Frank Adams at this special story time.

Story Times are at 10:30 am on every Wednesday. Please note that story time sessions are regularly scheduled for the general public and are for kids from 2-12 years old. 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 Troup 75 with materials donated by Bradley Ace Hardware for an outdoor activity area. Story Time will never be the same!

CM – Banjo Story Time

Chatsworth-Murray Library presents a guest reader coming for Story Time: August 6th at 10:30 am

Jim Pankey will come and lead story time with his banjo. Be ready for music, stories, and crafts!

Story Times are at 10:30 am on every Wednesday. Please note that story time sessions are regularly scheduled for the general public and are for kids from 2-12 years old. 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 Troup 75 with materials donated by Bradley Ace Hardware for an outdoor activity area. Story Time will never be the same!

DW – FoL Book Sale

Dalton-Whitfield Library’s Friends of the Library Book Sale: First Saturday of each month from 10am – 1pm

The Book Sale is closed if the Saturday of the sale is on a holiday weekend.

Come join the Friends of the Library as they sell used books, magazines, movies, and CDs for great prices! There is occasionally furniture and electronics available as well. All proceeds benefit the library.

CG – Creating a Canvas Quote, Spark a Reaction

Calhoun-Gordon Library presents Creating a Canvas Quote for Spark a Reaction: Wednesday, July 30th @ 4:00pm

Creating a Canvas quote with Karli Land: Wednesday, July 30th @ 4:00pm
Make a mixed media art project. From paper crafting, to paint, to artistic design. Choose your patterns and colors and then add your favorite quote. Sign-up is required.

Rising 6th graders to rising 12th graders will get to participate in a summer full of reading, art, and fun with our Summer Reading Program. Most events will be on Wednesdays at 4:00pm at the Calhoun Depot located across the railroad tracks from the library.

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CM – Science with Myra Story Time

Chatsworth-Murray Library presents the Science Lady, Myra Owens with a story and EXPERIMENTS: July 30th at 10:30 am

Ms. Myra Owens, the science lady, will come and share a story and some fun experiments!

Story Times are at 10:30 am on every Wednesday. Please note that story time sessions are regularly scheduled for the general public and are for kids from 2-12 years old. 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 Troup 75 with materials donated by Bradley Ace Hardware for an outdoor activity area. Story Time will never be the same!

DW – Python Computer Coding, Spark a Reaction

Dalton-Whitfield Library presents Python Computer Coding for Spark a Reaction: July 24th @ 3:00pm

PythonPython®: Thursday, July 24th @ 3:00pm
Learn the basics of object-oriented programming with Python®. Teens will receive an introduction to the language and create their first program. Object-oriented programming is the root of other programming languages, including Java. Workstations will be available for the first 20 teens to register.

Rising 6th graders to rising 12th graders will get to participate in a summer full of reading, art, and fun with our Summer Reading Program. Most events will be on Thursdays at 3:00pm at the library.

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CG – DIY Duct Tape, Spark a Reaction

Calhoun-Gordon Library presents DIY Duct Tape for Spark a Reaction: Wednesday, July 23rd @ 4:00pm

DIY Duct Tape with Chasity Huley: Wednedsay, July 23rd @ 4:00pm

This event hasd been postponed.  A later date TBD.

Rising 6th graders to rising 12th graders will get to participate in a summer full of reading, art, and fun with our Summer Reading Program. Most events will be on Wednesdays at 4:00pm at the Calhoun Depot located across the railroad tracks from the library.

Spark A Reaction - Image is copyright. Contact CSLP at 1-866-657-8556 for more information.Image is copyrighted. Contact the CSLP at 1-866-657-8556 or contact@cslpreads.org for more information. Please do not pin or copy this image.