Adult Programs

Upcoming Regular Events

Morning Book Club

This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel
Wednesday, April 10th @ 10:00 am

Evening Book Club

The Waiting by Cathy LaGrow
(Interview with Brian Lee, grandson of Minka)
Thursday, April 11th @ 6:30 pm
National Library Week

Writer's Circle/Poetry

Tuesday, April 9th @ 6:00 pm

Writer's Circle/Prose

Tuesday, April 23rd @ 6:00 pm

Upcoming Special Events

Money Smart Week:
Why Invest in Stocks?
Saturday, April 6th @ 1:00 pm

This 30-minute educational presentation is an overview of stock investing and how anyone can be a successful long-term investor by using only four simple principals. This workshop, presented by Mark Cruver, who has over 20 years of combined service in higher education admissions and private practice, takes students on a journey of both responsibility and reward toward the goal of gaining college admission. Mr. Cruver will be available for a question and answer session after the workshop. This workshop is free and open to the public. This event will be held in the lower level of the library in the Floy Farr Room. No registration required.

Smart Money Week

Work Source Job Bus

Mobile Career Resource Center Presented by Atlanta Regional Workforce Board
Monday, April 8th at 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

The Mobile Career Resource Center is a 13-station state of the art fully accessible computer lab. The unit offers a full array of services and has a private interview area as well as the option of dividing the classroom area into two separate rooms. The Mobile Career Resource Center provides workforce solutions for businesses and individuals. Businesses may use the mobile unit for recruiting, pre-employment screening, interviewing and training. Individuals will be served through various job search/career development activities such as on-line job search, resume and cover letter development, on-line tutorials and individual assessments and exploration of training eligibility and options.

The Mobile Career Resource Center is FREE and open to the public.

For more information visit the Atlanta Regional Commission website.

Using Your Summer
Wisely Before Going to College

Tuesday, April 16th @ 6:00pm

Maximize your summer by gaining the tools necessary in navigating the journey to college for your high schooler. Learn exactly what colleges are looking for, where to look for the most trusted information, timelines on when to start and what to do, and available resources to make it easier. Go home with a plan to using your summer wisely in preparing for the journey ahead. This workshop is presented by Mark Cruver, who has over 20 years of combined service in higher education admissions and private practice, takes students on a journey of both responsibility and reward toward the goal of gaining college admission. This workshop is free and open to the public. This event will be held in the lower level of the library in the Floy Farr Room. No registration required.

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Adult Sensory Story Time
Wednesday, April 17th @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

This program is geared toward special needs adults. The program will include a story time with a common theme, followed by a simple craft or activity that provides a sensory experience for special needs adults. For example, playing instruments, listening to music, building with legos, yoga poses, coloring and pasting, or creating something to take home. This program is free and open to the public, no registration required. This event will be held in the Story Time Area of the Children's Department. 

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