Programs & Events

Upcoming Regular Events

COVID-19 Update
Peachtree City Library is Open

Beginning Monday, August 2nd the library will end all remaining COVID restrictions. Please visit the COVID-19 page for more information on openings and availability.

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Upcoming Special Events

What's On Jill's Nightstand? Book Talk

Thursdays, October, 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th @ 8:30pm
via Peachtree City Library Facebook LIVE

Join Librarian Jill P. on the Peachtree City Library Facebook Live Page each week to find out what she's been reading.

Peachtree City Library Facebook Page

Whats on Jills Nightstand

Livin' LaVida Okra!
October 1st — 30th, 2021
—Peachtree City Library

In partnership with Georgia Organics' October Farm to School Month, "Livin' LaVida Okra!", Peachtree City Library wants your best okra recipes! It can be your own recipe or one you found and loved. Post the recipe and where you found it to our Google Form. You can even include a picure. The first 25 recipes will receive a FREE cookbook! 

Google Form:

Livin LaVida Okra

UncommonThreads portrait

Peachtree City Library Art Initiative presents: Uncommon Threads
September 1st — October 30th, 2021
—Peachtree City Library

The Peachtree City Library Art Initiative is in its 6th successful year bringing quality and diverse fine art to the community.

The Peachtree City Library Art Initiative hosts three fiber artists on the Front Wall. Art quilts veer away from traditional quilt patterns and render artists' ideas and images with fabric, thread, and sometimes other embellishments. From a group of six field-guide-worthy mushroom renderings to a replica of a European art museum's medieval painting to an abstract version of "Unruly Thoughts," this exhibit will astound you with the creativity of these three modern fabric artists.

Be sure to see all the art the library has to offer with the local associations' new September/October exhibits including a preview of artists included in the upcoming Southern Hands Artist Studio Tour in November.

Folded Magazine Tree

Crafting at the Library:
Folded Magazine Tree

Monday, October 11th @ 10am
—Readers & Writers Room

A crafting clinic where participants learn to make simple decorative crafts at the library. This event is free and open to the public. It will be held on the lower level of the library. All materials provided. This program is for ages 18+.  

Registration Required. 
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Storytelling Dog

OB, The Storytelling Dog

Wednesday, October 13th @ 11:00am
via Peachtree City Library Facebook Page

The Peachtree City Library is excited to introduce OB, the Storytelling Dog! He called us on the phone and asked if he could read some stories to the kids around Peachtree City. OB lives with Lee St. John, who is a retired school teacher and an Amazon bestselling humor author. She is the one who taught OB how to read! We hope you enjoy the story!

Peachtree City Library Facebook Page

Social Sudoku

Social Sudoku
Tuesday, October 19th, 2021
—Readers & Writers Room

Do you like to solve Sudoku puzzles? Ever race to see who could finish faster? Join the Peachtree City Library as we test out Social Sudoku. Where teams work together to solve any Sudoku puzzle in about 20 minutes using a Excel-based assistant. Fun socialization with a bit of mental challenge.

Registration Required. 
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Adult Sensory Storytime

Wednesday, October 20th @ 12:00 pm
—Storytime Room

This 30-minute program is for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Join Librarian Cherese for a story time of three books with a common theme.

Registration required.
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sensory storytime


Cozy Talk Book Club

Monday, October 25th @ 10:00am
—Readers & Writers Room

Clouds of Witness by Dorothy L. Sayers
Rustic old Riddlesdale Lodge was a Wimsey family retreat filled with country pleasures and the thrill of the hunt -- until the game turned up human and quite dead. He lay among the chrysanthemums, wore slippers and a dinner jacket and was Lord Peter's brother-in-law-to-be. His accused murderer was Wimsey's own brother, and if murder set all in the family wasn't enough to boggle the unflappable Lord Wimsey, perhaps a few twists of fate would be -- a mysterious vanishing midnight letter from Egypt...a grieving fiancée with suitcase in hand...and a bullet destined for one very special Wimsey. ~from

Join Library Assistant Susan C. for a new monthly cozy talk book club to discuss your next favorite Cozy Mystery read. Limited copies available at Circulation desk.

Registration Required. 
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Beanstack Fall Reading Challenge
September 21st — December 21st, 2021
—Peachtree City Library

Read 2 books per month and be entered into a drawing to win a prize each month. Drawings will be held on October 19th, November 16th, and December 21st. One winner per drawing.

Register through Beanstack at or by visiting the Peachtree City Library website at

Beanstack Fall Reading Challenge

teen book club

Teen Book Club

Saturday, October 23rd @ 12:00pm
—Readers & Writers Room

Teens ages 13-18 are welcome to sign up to join the Peachtree City Library’s Teen Book Club. Teens will meet once per month to read and discuss books in the Young Adult genre.

October's teen book club pick is Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

Registration Required. 
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