Programs & Events

Recurring Events

Conversational Spanish

Thursday, March 23rd @ 6:00pm
Come have a chat and practice your conversational skills. For ages 14+ and all skill levels. No previous experience necessary. This is a drop-in event, no registration required.

Learn Korean @ the Library

Weekly on Tuesdays beginning 
March 7th @ 6:00pm 
Come learn the basics of the Korean language. Hosted by Sunny V, this is a drop-in event. No previous experience necessary. No registration required.

Fairy Tale Read & Find

Wednesday, March 8th @ 11:00am
Tune in to the Peachtree City Library's Facebook page to watch Lee St. John, read a new fairy tale each month with a hidden objects coloring page.

Adult Pick-Up Craft Week

Week of Monday, March 13th
Tune in to the Peachtree City Library's Facebook page to watch instructional videos on how to create your own super easy DIY craft.

Adult Sensory Storytime

Wednesday, March 15th @ 12:15pm
This 30-minute storytime and craft for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. No registration required.

Keeping You in Stitches

Saturday, March 18th @ 12:00pm
Bring Your current projects to a drop-in crochet hour. Ages 18+. No registration required.

What's Jill Reading?

Thursday, March 23rd @ 8:30pm
Join Librarian Jill for a reboot of What's on Jill's Nightstand? on the Peachtree City Library Facebook Live page each month.

Cozy Talk Book Club

Monday, March 27th @ 10:00am
A monthly book club that discusses Cozy Mysteries. Limited copies are available for check out at the circulation desk. March's book pick is Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan C. Bradley.

Upcoming Special Events

3rd Annual Junior Art Show Exhibit

March 1st-31st, 2023 —Peachtree City Library

In celebration of Youth Art Month, Peachtree City Library is exhibiting Junior Artists ages 1-13 in our 3rd Annual Junior Art Show. This year’s theme is “Be Kind.” The artwork is featured on the Storytime Window in the Children’s Department throughout March 2023.

Jr Art Show Exhibit March 1-31

Meet your matches Facebook

Meet Your Matches:
Intro to DNA Results Using
Saturday, March 4th @ 3:00pm 
—Readers & Writers Room

Learn the basics to understanding your DNA story and matches at! Join Library Specialist Heather M. as she walks you through the Ancestry website, including an overview of ethnicity estimates, DNA matches, and some of Ancestry’s newest features to help you explore your family history. Access to Ancestry Library Edition is free to all PINES library cardholders within the building, but the library does not provide DNA test kits. This is a drop-in event, no registration required.

Assistive Technology Petting Zoo with Georgia Library Service

Tuesday, March 7th @ 11:00am-3:00pm
—Children's Storytime Room

Come see the latest assistive technology available from the Georgia Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled. GLS staff will be on hand to demonstrate assistive technology available for checkout. This is a drop-in event, no registration required.

GLS Petting Zoo

Excel Intermediate Level: 
FUNctions & Formulas
Two Sessions Available:
Tuesday, March 7th & 
Thursday, March 23rd, 2023 @ 5:30pm 
—Readers & Writers Room

Join Linda B. for an Excel Intermediate Level: FUNctions & Formulas class. Participants must know how to use a computer, open and save an Excel file. The class with be using Excel 2016. If you have your own laptop, please bring it. Space is limited. Ages 18+. 

Registration required. 
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Staff Training

Tabletop Games for Adults

Tabletop Games for Adults

Saturday, March 18th @ 2:00-4:00pm
—Children's Storytime Room

Relax and have fun with tabletop games. Play our games or bring your own. This free drop-in event is open to the public. Ages 18+. March games: Word Games. No registration required.

Maximize the College Campus Visit

Thursday, March 16th @ 6:00pm
—Readers & Writers Room

Your college campus visit can be one of the most critical steps in your decision-making process for college. This workshop will discuss specific strategies for making the most of your time on campus. You'll learn what questions to ask, who to talk to, and how to get a feel for the school's atmosphere. This is a drop-in event, no registration required. One lucky attendee will win a FREE copy of Mark's new book, HELP! My Teen Isn't On Track To College.

One lucky attendee will win a FREE copy of Mark's new book, HELP! My Teen Isn't On Track To College

Campus Visit Slide

"Based on the Book" Film Series

Friday, March 24th @ 10:00am
—Theater Room

Many of the most popular films created since the invention of the moving picture were based on books. Join Peachtree City Library for a new film series “Based on the Book,” viewing films of new and classic titles. March’s film is Hologram for the King (2016). This free event will be held in the Theater Room on the lower level of the library. Please use the lower level entrance. Seating is limited.

Rating: R
Run time: 1hr 38min

Registration required.
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hologram for the king poster


Women's History Month: Movie Matinee

Saturday, March 25th @ 1:00pm
—Theater Room

Join the Peachtree City Library for a screening of Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony. Bring a blanket, light refreshments will be provided. Held on the lower level of the library in the Theater Room. Seating limited. 

Rating: TV-G
Run time: 1hr 34min

Registration required.
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