Programs & Events

Recurring Events

All in-person programs require registration at
at 
https://peachtreecitylibrary.eventbrite.com

Mom's Afternoon Out Movie Matinee

Saturday, May 7th @ 1:00 pm
Join us at the library for a screening of 
Mom's Night Out (2014). 
Rating: PG 1hr 38min

OB, the Storytelling Dog

Wednesday, May 11th @11:00am
OB, the Storytelling Dog reads a fun new fairytale each month on the library's Facebook Page. See OB in action by visiting,
https://facebook.com/peachtreecitylibrary

Keeping You in Stitches
(Drop-In)

Friday, May 12th @10:00am &
Saturday, May 13th @1:30pm
Bring Your current projects to a drop-in crochet hour. Ages 18+. No registration required.

What's Jill Reading?

Thursday, May 19th @ 8:30pm
Join Librarian Jill for a reboot of What's on Jill's Nightstand? on the Peachtree City Library Facebook Live page each month.
https://facebook.com/peachtreecitylibrary

Cozy Talk Book Club

Monday, May 23rd @ 10:00am
A monthly book club that 
discusses Cozy Mysteries.
May's book is Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery by Charlaine Harris

Upcoming Special Events

FOL "Books & Brews" Fundraising Event: Lynn Cullen Author Book Talk & Signing

Thursday, May 12th, 2022 @ 7:00pm 
—Line Creek Brewing Co.

Please join the Friends of the Peachtree City Library at Line Creek Brewing on Thursday, May 12th, as we welcome award-winning author Lynn Cullen, who will discuss her book Mrs. Poe, in commemoration of Mrs. Poe’s 200th birthday. The Friends of the Peachtree City Library will collect $1 for every pint sold of the limited edition Friends Pilsner between 5/12-5/15, as well as $1 for every six-pack sold until it’s gone. On-site book sales will be available courtesy of Book Miser. This is a drop-in event, no registration required.

Line Creek Brewing Co., 150 Huddleston Road, STE 300, Peachtree City, Ga. 30269

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Bookmark Design Contest Voting City Hall TV Slide

Bookmark Design Contest
Voting Begins!

April 30th  May 19th, 2022
—Peachtree City Library

Bookmark Designs are in! Now it’s time to vote for your favorite. Categories include: most original, most colorful, and  most creative. Vote for the top category in each grade level, Elementary, Middle, High School, and Adult. Vote at the library or online at https://forms.gle/ENqCnmZw57wZGcym9. The deadline to vote is Thursday, May 19th, 2022. Winners will be announced online Monday, May 23rd to coincide with the Peachtree City Library Summer Reading Kickoff. 

Deadline to vote: May 19th, 2022
Vote Here for Your Favorite Bookmark

Crafting at the Library:
Pinwheel Wreath

Monday, May 9th @ 10:00am
—Readers & Writers Room

A crafting clinic where participants learn to make simple decorative crafts at the library. This event is free and open to the public. It will be held on the lower level of the library. All materials provided. This program is for ages 18+.  

Registration Required. 
Register at https://peachtreecitylibrary.eventbrite.com

Pinwheel Wreath

Summer Reading Kickoff Event:
Release Party with Authors
Karen White & Beatriz Williams

Tuesday, May 24th @ 11:00am 
—Council Chambers @ City Hall

Join the Peachtree City Library for a book talk and signing with celebrated authors Karen White & Beatriz Williams as we celebrate the release of their new book The Lost Summers of Newport. The Lost Summers of Newport will be released on Tuesday, May 17th. On-site book sales will be available courtesy of Book Miser. This is a drop-in event, no registration required. This event will be held in Council Chambers at City Hall.

 

Williams and White City Hall TV Slide

Conversational Japanese

Thursday, May 5th  & 19th @ 6:00pm —Theater Room

Join the Peachtree City Library for an introduction to learning Japanese. Using the Free Mango Languages learning system, participants will go through a lesson and then be able to practice in-person with a Japanese speaker. Are you already learning Japanese? Come have a chat and practice your conversational skills. This FREE event will be held on the lower level of the library in the Theater Room. For ages 14+ and all skill levels. No previous experience necessary. 

Registration Required. Seating limited.
Register at https://peachtreecitylibrary.eventbrite.com

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Keeping You in Stitches

Friday, May 27th @ 10:00am— Advanced Techniques
Saturday, May 28th @ 1:30pm— Basic Techniques
—Readers & Writers Room

Advanced Techniques: Join Library Assistant Linda as she introduces you to the basic stitches of Tunisian crochet. Already an expert? Bring your current project and share your company. Please bring the following supplies: crochet Tunisian hook size 5 and yarn of your preference. Patterns will be provided. This is a FREE event held in the Readers & Writers Room for Ages 14+. 

Basic Techniques: Interested in learning basic crochet stitches? Join us for this introductory crochet class. Please bring the following supplies: crochet hook and yarn of your preference. This is a FREE event held in the Readers & Writers Room for Ages 14+. 

Registration Required. 
Register at  https://peachtreecitylibrary.eventbrite.com

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