Events: For Adults
Book Clubs @ Your Library
Fiber Arts Groups
Think you're a master LEGO® builder? Join our LEGO® Club to hone your skills. Our monthly meetings will include a themed LEGO® build where you can create your own masterpieces! You may even find you work on display in the library. Ages 5 and up.
The Campaign for Healthy Kids and Families
Every 2nd Tuesday each month, Application assistance for public health insurance programs, Georgia Medicaid, PeachCare and Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP.) Eligibility for public benefit programs is based on income and family size. Please bring income verification and government-issued ID.
http://healthykidssavannah.org/ Register by calling 652-3627.
TEDxLOPL: “Gaming ~ For The Win”
How does gaming help our kids become more productive or better problem solvers?
Live Oak Public Libraries presents a special TEDxLOPL Salon: “Gaming ~ For The Win”
We’ll screen two recent TED Talks on this subject and then turn the discussion over to you. Admission is free. Just bring an open mind and prepare to share! ! Ages 16 & Up
Gentle Power Yoga Classes
Build Strength, Balance and Flexibility
One hour Gentle Power Class suitable for beginners as well as more experienced yogis.
Please come prepared with yoga mat, yoga block, water bottle and hand towel. Wear comfortable clothes that will allow you to move without restriction. Yoga is practiced in bare feet. Instructor: Katherine Johnson, Certified 200RYT Yoga Alliance Registered.
Saints, Shrews, and Sassy Boys: Shakespeare’s Women
Mary Villeponteaux, an Associated Professor and Chair of the Department of Literature and Philosophy at Georgia Southern will examine the variety of female characters found in Shakespeare’s plays, from the “shrewish” wife who fights her husband’s dominance in Taming of the Shrew to “saintly” figures, such as Desdemona in Othello who meekly accepts her husband’s anger and is eventually murdered by him. These, as well as the cross-dressing heroines of the comedies who pass as young men, will be discussed in the context of English Renaissance society and its expectations for wome
Heartbeats for Life GA: With Jeff Adams
Southwest Writer's Group
English Conversation Circle.
TREELoft Exhibit: Saltwata: Portraits from a Southern Sea Island
H.E.L.P.: Home Educators Library Program
Carnegie Library Centennial Celebration
Please join us!
Download the flyer.
Savannah’s premier Gullah Geechee a cappella ring shout heritage group captures the imagination in the ways and traditions of community folkways through sacred music and slave narratives.
Mon., Aug. 10, 6:30 p.m.
African American Genealogy Group
The focus of this group is genealogical research that is unique to the African American community. Chaired by Mildred Reynolds, the group will share research strategies, skills and findings.Southwest Chatham Library, 925-8305
Thursday, May 14, 10 a.m.