Author Amber Lanier Nagle will be at Dalton-Whitfield Library: April 15th at 5:00pm and April 17th at 5:30pm
Project Keepsake is a book about the memories and stories that are a part of every keepsake. By asking the right questions, the author has drawn stories out of Northwest Georgia residents and collected them together along with pictures of the items. The goal is encourage everyone to tell their own keepsake stories so those memories can live on.
Adult Workshop – April 15th @ 5:00pm – Bring your favorite keepsake, a pen, and some paper to write along with Amber. She’ll help you get the story of your keepsake onto paper and work with you on the art of writing, including planning, organization, and revision. Start your own story while you’re there.
Reading & Signing – April 15th @ 6:00pm – Join Amber and the local Dalton residents who contributed to her book as they read some of their stories and sign copies of the book. The book will be available for sale during the reception. Attendees are invited to bring along their own keepsakes to share their stories with the audience as well, and if you attended the workshop before, your story may already be started!
Teen Workshop – April 17th @ 5:30pm – Bring your favorite keepsake, a pen, and some paper to write along with Amber. She’ll help you get the story of your keepsake onto paper and work with you on the art of writing, including planning, organization, and revision. Start your own story while you’re there.
“Amber Lanier Nagle has always been interested in keepsakes-a glass bluebird, a pocket knife, a dime-store locket, a faded fishing lure, a dented cake pan, a model train car, and so many others. “Why do you keep this?” she asks. “Where did it come from?” And then she listens as the stores and memories pour out. Project Keepsake is Nagle’s crusade to collect and publish the stories that transform simple, everyday objects into priceless keepsakes. Told in first-person by both seasoned and aspiring writers, each story in the anthology is unique, yet each reveals common threads that connect us all and celebrate the glorious human experience.” – Amazon.com description
Want to learn more about Project Keepsake? Check out the website.
The Dalton-Whitfield Library will be offering a Job Opportunities course this April. Registration is required and limited to 20 people per class. To register, visit the Learning and Technology Training Center’s Schedule.
Classes being offered:
Job Opportunities: Basic Search – April 14th at 10am-12pm.
Job Opportunities: Online Applications, Part 1 – April 16th at 10am-12pm.
Job Opportunities: Online Applications, Part 2 – April 21th at 10am-12pm.
Job Opportunities: Resumes and Cover Letters – April 23th at 10am-12pm.
For more information about the classes, check out the class descriptions.
You must be 16 or older to register and take classes at the Learning and Technology Training Center.
Dalton-Whitfield Family Movie Day: Saturdays @ 11:30am.
The Dalton Library hosts a movie day every 3rd and 4th Saturday @ 11:30am. Join us for a free movie with popcorn. Open to everyone. Movies will be PG and lower. To find more information about Family Movie Days, call 706-876-7390 or e-mail email@example.com. Due to licensing requirements, movie titles cannot be posted on the website.
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.
Dalton-Whitfield Library will be closed due to bad weather: February 11th, 12th, and 13th, 2014
We plan to reopen on Friday the 14th for our regular hours.
We want our patrons and our staff to be safe! We’re sorry for any inconvenience. Books may be renewed online if you know your card number and PIN.
Stay safe and stay warm!
AARP Tax-Aide will be at Dalton-Whitfield Library starting February 4th and ending April 15th
The AARP Foundation will be here, providing free tax aide to people with low or moderate incomes, focusing especially on those over 60. There is no cost for the tax aide and it will be available Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays starting February 4th and ending April 15th. For more information, visit the AARP website.
Tuesday: 10:00AM – 3:30PM
Friday: 10:00AM – 3:30PM
Saturday: 10:00AM – 1:00PM
* Please note, the schedule is subject to any library closings.
AARP Tax Aide Brochure
AARP’s list of things to bring:
- Social Security Cards or other official documentation for yourself and all dependents
- Copy of last year’s income tax returns
- W-2 Forms from each employer
- Unemployment compensation statements
- SSA-1099 form if you were payed Social Security benefits
- All 1099 forms (1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-MISC, etc.) showing interest and/or dividents, as well as documentation showing the the original purchase price of your sold assets
- 1099 forms if you received a pension or annuity
- All forms indicating federal income tax paid
- Child care provider information (name, employer ID, Social Security number)
- Receipts or canceled checks if itemizing deductions
- Social Security numbers for all dependents
Due to inclement weather, the library will be closed at 12pm Tuesday, 1/28 and remain closed Wednesday, 1/29. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Dalton-Whitfield Library will be closed Saturday, January 18th for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
In honor of the holiday weekend, Dalton-Whitfield will be closed from Saturday – Monday. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, January 21st.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
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The text of the flyer:
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Dalton Library Closed: January 1st, 2014.
In honor of the holiday, Dalton-Whitfield library will be closed for New Year’s Day. Normal business hours will resume on January 2nd.