Dawson County Library
Tuesday, September 26th @ 4 PM
Ms. Barnes received the Georgia Author of the Year award from the Georgia Writers Association for her picture book Tobijah. A celebration of friendship, Tobijah tells the story of a duck with
a kind and open heart.
We’ll enjoy stories, a craft, and cake!
Recommended for ages 3 to 2nd grade.
This event is FREE.
Monday, October 2nd
Celebrate the day by dropping in and enjoying FREE Star Wars crafts and activities! And step inside the movie! Have your photo taken, and through the magic of green screen, become a part of your favorite scene! Photos are for you to keep!
Lumpkin County Library
Thursday, Sept 21st
5:00 – 6:00 pm
Join Mark Warren, of the Medicine Bow Wilderness School, to explore the relationship between Cherokees and their environment, comparing it to our current relationship with nature. Mr. Warren will also take the group outside to see native plants and discuss real-life applications such as food, medicine, and craft materials. Open to all ages. No registration required.
Create a pumpkin masterpiece! You bring your imagination, and the library provides everything else—including the pumpkins! Bring a box to carry your pumpkin home. Space is limited, so registration is required.
Pumpkin Decorating at Dawson County Library
11 AM on Saturday, October 21st
For ages 3-15
Registration begins Monday, September 26th. Sign up at the circulation desk or call 706-344-3690. This event is FREE and made possible by the Friends of the Dawson County Library.
Family Pumpkin Decorating Workshop at Lumpkin County Library
11 AM on Saturday, October 28th
1 PM on Saturday, October 28th
For ages 3-17
Registration begins Monday, October 2nd. Sign up at the circulation desk or call 706-864-3668. This event is FREE and hosted in partnership with the Retired Educators of Lumpkin County, who will be giving participants a special treat!
Teen Pumpkin Decorating Workshop at Lumpkin County Library
5 PM on Thursday, October 26th
For grades 6-12
Registration begins Monday, October 2nd. Sign up at the circulation desk or call 706-864-3668. This event is FREE!