Events: For Adults

Health and Wellness with Dr. Pam Popper

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Dr. Pam Popper, internationally known expert on diet, health and nutrition, will be available via Skype to offer advice and answer questions. Dr. Popper is a New York Times bestselling author whose most recent title is “Food Over Medicine.”
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Getting Started in Genealogy

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Genealogist, speaker and author Charlie Bourland will teach this comprehensive 9-hour program. Call 925-8305 to register.
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It’s Character That Counts!

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Local author and World War II veteran Paul Grassey will discuss his book, “It’s Character That Counts”. Grassey uses his memoir to spotlight individuals from his school days and military service who exemplify the behaviors essential to positive character development and success in life.
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Book Clubs @ Your Library

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Join a book group at one of our branch libraries, or find out how to start one on your own. Call or visit today!
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Zombie Apocalypse

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The zombie apocalypse is upon us! Enjoy zombie fun, ghoulish treats, and a massive zombie battle for survival. Bring old clothes to rip and help complete your zombie transformation. Personal Nerf guns requested, but not required. Ages 12 to 18.
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Savannah's Jewish Community: A Legacy for Our Future

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Live Oak Public Libraries presents the TREE Loft at the Bull Street Library, a dynamic interactive space showcasing our communities. The inaugural exhibit "Savannah's Jewish Community: A Legacy for Our Future," opens to the public Tues., Sept. 16 in partnership with MorningStar Arts.
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Reaching Reluctant Readers

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Storytelling, Puppetry, and Creative Dramatic Arts as Literacy Tools: The Things We Learn with Joy We Remember Forever A FREE workshop for Teachers, Media Specialists, Pre-service Teachers, Librarians, Education Majors & Parents, Fri., Nov. 7, 2014
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Because of Them, We Can

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Based on the “Because of Them, We Can” series of photos by Eunique Jones created to “empower and excite young people about their history and their future in a creative and yet relatable way.” Children ages 6 to 10 will hear a story and learn how they can carry on the legacies of our African‐American heroes.
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LEGO® Club

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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.
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Family Knitting Group

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Learn to knit with a parent or grandparent in this family style program with the help of experienced knitters. For more information and to register call 925-8305. Ages 8 and up.
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Carnegie Library Centennial Celebration

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The Carnegie Library will begin the commemoration of its centennial in August with a full week of activities to remember the history of this community icon and celebrate its bright future.
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African American Genealogy Group

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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.
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Computer Classes

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Classes on various software, the Internet, and other related topics available at various branches.
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GED Classes @ the Library!

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Live Oak Public Libraries offers GED classes in partnership with Savannah Technical College.
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Southwest Writers' Group

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Aspiring writers and published authors discuss their craft while receiving thoughtful, positive and useful critique in a supportive environment. All skill levels, genres and styles are welcome.
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Paths to Home Ownership

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To learn more about buying a home attend this free home-buyer education workshop series. Part 1 will cover setting goals for home ownership, evaluating your credit and developing a budget. Part 2 will cover saving for home ownership, exploring housing options and shopping for a home. Registration is required by calling the UGA Cooperative Extension Office at 652-7981
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Money Smart Credit Clinic

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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.
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