If you’re looking for a way to reduce stress, consider tai chi (TIE-CHEE). Originally developed for self-defense, tai chi has evolved into a graceful form of exercise that’s now used for stress reduction and a variety of other health conditions. Often described as meditation in motion, tai chi promotes serenity through gentle, flowing movements. This is beginner group who will meet every Monday from 10:00AM-11:00AM
Have you heard about 3-D printers? Have you wondered what they look like, how they sound, and how they work? Stop in and watch a demonstration and enter to win one of the creations!
Learn how to get started with Mango Languages, a fantastic online resource that will help you learn a foreign language at the library, at home, or on-the-go with apps on a number of devices. Call the Lumpkin County Library at 706-864-3668 to sign up for this class.
Gather to work on your current project and have a fun time with fellow knitters. Beginners welcome…just bring your own yarn & needles (size 8 in the 10 inch length are recommended for newbies). We’ll even have some yarn for you to use if you’d just like to try it out! This club is for ages 18 and up, completely free and open to the public. Come get knitty at the library!
Come join us for our adult coloring club. All materials are provided for this FREE program. Come for a creative time of de-stressing.
Join the ConnectAblity folks for a storytime designed for children of all abilities. The programs will include stories, songs, and sensory activities. All ages welcome.
Exercise. Meditation. Flexibility. Breathing. Posture. Come join us as we learn the restorative art of yoga on Thursdays. Instructor: Lynne Campbell. Bring your own yoga mat. This class is for ages 18 and up and completely free.
Ancestry Library Edition contains millions of family history records from around the world. Join us for a tutorial on how to navigate and utilize this FREE genealogy resource at the Lumpkin County Library. Register by calling the library at 706-864-3668.