Programs & Events

Upcoming Regular Events

COVID-19 Update
Peachtree City Library is Open

 Social distancing limitations will remain in effect. There is a limit of 40 patrons in the building during operating hours as well as a 1 hour time limit in the building while patrons are waiting. However express service will be available in the lobby for those patrons who ONLY need to pick up a holds.

 All library programs, events, and meetings are cancelled until further notice. The library is not booking meeting rooms or proctoring exams at this time.

September Sign up Month

Sign up for a library card in September and receive a free gift!

Upcoming Special Events

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Beginning October 1st

The RBdigital platform is being retired and all library patrons are being transitioned to Overdrive’s Libby app. The transfer is expected to take place on or around October 1, 2020.

What does that mean for you?

  • You will use the Libby app to download and enjoy ebooks and audiobooks. (Note: you will continue to use RBdigital until the transition on October 1st).
  • Making the transition is easy. Just enter your library name and library card number in the Libby app (available free in both Apple and Google stores), and you’re on your way!
  • Your current holds, checkout history, and wish lists will NOT transfer over to the Libby app. We suggest you record those titles elsewhere so you do not lose them.
  • The checkout of magazines is not a part of Libby at this time, but should be in the future.
  • Most devices and eReaders, including the Kindle Paperwhite, are compatible with the Libby app.

You should see messages on your RBdigital screen with further instructions soon. Please talk with your local librarian if you have any questions.


Peachtree City livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Study

Draft Proposal Open House

Thursday, October 22nd, @ 6:00~8:00 pm

The City of Peachtree City has hired a planning team to prepare a major update to the Peachtree City Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Study. LCI plans produce land use, transportation, and economic development recommendations to improve the usability of the study area. Public input is vital to the success of the recommendations.

For more information on LCI, upcoming events, and to provide your input on the future of Peachtree City take visit the Peachtree City LCI Website

Call for Writers: 
Virtual Local Authors Expo Registration

Deadline: Friday, September 18th @ 5:00 pm

The Peachtree City Library is putting out a call for local writers to apply for a spot in our free event, Virtual Local Authors Expo. The event will take place on the library's Facebook page, Monday, October 5th - Friday, October 30th, 2020.

Authors who are represented by a publishing company or self-published as well as live in or around Fayette County (including Coweta, Fulton, Clayton, Spaulding, Meriwether, Douglas, and Henry Counties) may participate. Authors who have published fiction or non-fiction are welcome to apply.

Those interested in applying must complete an application through Google Forms or by requesting and submitting an application by email to Cherese Cadet at Submissions will be accepted through Friday, September 18th.

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Virtual Author Expo

Adult Virtual Book Club

Adult "Tele" Book Club Sign-Up

September 1st~18th, 2020

Adults are welcome to sign up to join the Peachtree City Library's Adult "Tele" Book Club. Participants will meet once per month to read and discuss books by phone. All meetings will be conducted by phone and last between 30-45 minutes. A toll free phone number and access code will be sent by email to particpants on the morning of the book discussion. The date and time of the first meeting will be determined at a later date. For more information email Cherese Cadet at

Registration Required. 
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Teen "Tele" Book Club Sign-Up

September 1st~18th, 2020

Teens ages 13-18 are welcome to sign up to join the Peachtree City Library’s Teen Virtual Book Club. Teens will meet once per month to read and discuss books in the Young Adult genre. All meetings will be conducted by phone and last between 30-45 minutes. A toll free phone number and access code will be sent by email to participants on the morning of the book discussion. The first meeting will be on Wednesday, October 28th. 

Registration Required. 
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Film Screening for Lillian Smith: Breaking the Silence

September 13th~19th, 2020

The Peachtree City Library is happy to share this free screening of Lillian Smith: Breaking the Silence thanks to a collaboration with the Georgia Public Libraries and the Georgia Humanities.

The 52-minute documentary (2019) by the father-son team of Hal and Henry Jacobs tells the story of Lillian Smith (1897-1966), who was one of the first white, Southern authors to speak out against segregation. Her novel Strange Fruit (1944) made her a nationally known writer and she used her fame to become an activist and early supporter of the Civil Rights Movement. All but forgotten now, Lillian Smith challenged the status quo and in doing so earned the respect of Martin Luther King, Jr., James Baldwin, John Lewis, and others. For more information email Cherese Cadet at

View the film trailer at:
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View the full documentary Sept 13th~19th at: 

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Banned Books Week

September 27th~October 3, 2020

Banned Books Week (September 27-October 3, 2020) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. This year's Banned Books Week theme is Censorship is a Dead End. Find Your Freedom to Read. Censorship limits exploration and creates barriers to access information. The path toward the freedom to read starts at the library. The books featured during Banned books Week have all been targeted for removal or restrictions in libraries and/or schools. Check out a few banned books today!

Banned Books Week: