Events: For Teens
River of Words: Environmental Poetry and Art
Georgia’s Finalists On Display
Bull StreetLibrary, 652-3600
April 1 - 15
The River of Words Project is a national contest designed to help young people explore the natural & cultural history of the place
they live. After studying a watershed in their own environment, students express through poetry and art what they discover.
5-7-5 Haiku For You
I Spy Colors
Open Mic Party
Earth Day Art
National Library Week: Family Reading Parties
Celebrate Earth Day with Wright Clarkson, Storyteller & Musician
Get ready for Earth Day with this special “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!” program
StoryGuy Wright Clarkson combines musical instruments and costumes with his knowledge of cultures, traditions, myths and legends to lead his listeners to new worlds.
Creative Writing Challenge
The results are in! Leopold’s Ice Cream and Live Oak Public Libraries recently asked Savannah Chatham County students to submit poems celebrating Savannah’s beautiful squares and the results were amazing. Two hundred and fifty poems, 13 winners and a lot of Savannah Pride!