Events: For Adults
Fiber Arts & Needles Crafts
Whether you knit, crochet, needle felt, embroider or any craft using fibers you are invited to bring your projects and share your experience and ideas. Beginners as well as seasoned crafters are encouraged to join.
Collage & Co.
The inaugural March meet-up will challenge participants to collage design inspiration for a room in their home that they would like to tackle for spring cleaning. After a brief discussion on collage techniques and interior decorating, participants will be given time to create an inspirational board showing their favorite color schemes, interior styles and decorative items. Organization books will be on hand for check-out as well as resources detailing where to donate old household goods. Participants are asked to bring their own poster board or cardboard on which to mount their collage. The library will have glue sticks and a variety of color swatches and magazine clippings for guests to use, but participants are welcome to bring their own adhesives, glue guns and/or images for personal use.
B.Y.O.T (Bring Your Own Tech) Party
Consumer Credit Workshop
The Consumer Credit Counseling Service, in partnership with Step Up Savannah, and Bank on Savannah, offers these free workshops to help consumers develop money management skills and positive financial relationships. This month’s topic is credit reports. Participants will be able to pull their credit report during the class and will also get tips on improving their credit scores. Space is limited. To reserve your seat, contact CCCS at 691-2227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Read Parties
Every Child Ready to Read
Over the next year, the Coastal Georgia Community Indicators Coalition will be working to develop a comprehensive strategic plan for the community. In order to solicit public input, multiple neighborhood forums will be held throughout the County. Live Oak Public Libraries has partnered with the Coalition to help spread the word about this series of forums, several of which will be held in library branches.
A Touch of China
Traditional Chinese music professor Angela Wang shares her music and
cultural expertise of the ancient Gu Zheng instrument, which dates back to 500 B.C. Angela has performed at the Confucius Institutes in China and throughout the U.S. Recommended for Teens and Adults
TREELoft Exhibit: These Neighbors
New TREELoft Exhibit on display through April, 2015 Bull Street Library, 912-652-3600 3rd Floor By Mark Uzmann Savannah, Georgia "These Neighbors" is a series of photographs I took at a number of Martin Luther King Day parades in Savannah,...
War and the Rights of Non-Combatants: a Discussion of International Humanitarian Law
Offered in partnership with the International Committee of the Southeast & Coastal Georgia Chapter of the Red Cross and Savannah State University, this workshop presents a discussion of the international law that regulates armed conflict. Contrary to popular belief, warfare...
Family Knitting Group
Live To 100 and Beyond
Current data from studies of American adults raise the possibility that a lifestyle pattern that includes a very low meat intake is associated with greater longevity.
Jeff Adams of Heartbeats for Life-GA questions the wisdom of following a conventional diet and demonstrates how a delicious, nutritious, plant-based diet maximizes weight loss, enhances longevity and provides many disease preventative nutrients found exclusively in plant-based foods.
H.E.L.P.: Home Educators Library Program
Book Clubs @ Your Library
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.
Carnegie Library Centennial Celebration
The Senior Project
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. Thursday, Feb. 12, 10 a.m.