Programs & Events

Recurring Events

Conversational Spanish

Weekly on Thursdays beginning 
February 9th @ 6:00pm
Come have a chat and practice your conversational skills. For ages 14+ and all skill levels. No previous experience necessary. This is a drop-in event, no registration required.
No Class February 2nd

Fairy Tale Read & Find

Wednesday, February 8th @ 11:00am
Tune in to the Peachtree City Library's Facebook page to watch Lee St. John, Obie the storytelling dogs mama, read a new fairy tale each month with a hidden objects coloring page.

Adult Pick-Up Craft Week

Week of Monday, February 13th
Tune in to the Peachtree City Library's Facebook page to watch instructional videos on how to create your own super easy DIY craft.

Adult Sensory Storytime

Wednesday, February 15th @ 12:15pm
This 30-minute storytime and craft for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. No registration required.

Keeping You in Stitches

Saturday, February 18th @ 12:00pm
Bring Your current projects to a drop-in crochet hour. Ages 18+. No registration required.

What's Jill Reading?

Thursday, February 23rd @ 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.

Cozy Talk Book Club

Monday, February 27th @ 10:00am
A monthly book club that discusses Cozy Mysteries. Limited copies are available for check out at the circulation desk. February's book pick is Every Crooked Nanny by Kathy Trocheck.

Upcoming Special Events

3rd Annual Junior Art Show

Submission Deadline: Tuesday, February 28th, 2023
—Peachtree City Library

It’s Junior Art Show time again! In celebration of Youth Art Month, Peachtree City Library is sending out a call to all Junior Artists ages 1-13 to participate in our 3rd Annual Junior Art Show. This year’s theme is “Be Kind.” The artwork can be drawing, sketch, coloring, or painting. Participants MUST pick up an art template at the Circulation Desk of the Peachtree City Library or print one below. The artwork will be featured on the Storytime Window in the Children’s Department throughout March 2023. Every artist will receive a treat just for participating. We will accept paper submissions at the Circulation Desk or by email to Cherese Cadet at through Tuesday, February 28, 2023

Printable Junior Art Show Template/Form

Junior Art Show 3rd Annual

Tabletop Games for Adults

Tabletop Games for Adults

Saturday February 4th @ 2:00-4:00pm
—Children's Storytime Room

Relax and have fun with tabletop games. Play our games or bring your own. This free drop-in event is open to the public. Ages 18+. February games: Card Games. No registration required.

Excel Class: Beginner Level I
Two Sessions Available:
Tuesday, February 7th & 
Thursday, February 9th, 2023 @ 5:30pm —Room 2

Join Linda B. for an Excel Beginner Level I class. Participants must know how to use a computer, open and save an Excel file. The class with be using Excel 2016. If you have your own laptop, please bring it. Space is limited. Ages 18+. 

Registration required. 
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Excel Beginner Level I

Red Cross Blood Drive

Friday, February 10th @ 10:00am~3:00pm
—Floy Farr Room

The Peachtree City Library will be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Friday, February 10th. Use sponsor code: PTCLibrary when making your appointment, however walk -ins are also welcome. Make your appointment at The Blood Drive will be held in the lower level of the Peachtree City Library in the Floy Farr Room. Please use lower level entrance.

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Valentines Day Mocktails and a Movie

Valentine's Day Mocktails & a Movie
Saturday, February 11th @ 1:00pm 
—Theater Room

Join the Peachtree City Library for a screening of the movie Date Night (2010). Bring a blanket, refreshments will be provided. Held on the lower level of the library in the Theater Room. Seating limited. For ages 18+.

Movie: Date Night
Rating: PG-13
Run time: 1hr 28 min

Registration required. 
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Learn Korean @ the Library

Thursdays, February 14th & 21st @ 6:00pm 
—Readers & Writers Room

What is K-culture? It’s a term used to describe the phenomenal growth of Korean entertainment, food, music, movies, beauty, and fashion products that have become popular worldwide. Come learn the basics of the Korean language and enjoy this popular cultural trend. This event, hosted by Peachtree City Library’s special guest instructor, is free and open to the public. No previous experience necessary. No registration required.

"Based on the Book" Film Series

Friday, February 24th @ 10:00am & 7:00pm
—Theater Room

Many of the most popular films created since the invention of the moving picture were based on books. Join Peachtree City Library for a new film series “Based on the Book,” viewing films of new and classic titles. February’s film is Must Love Dogs (2005). This free event will be held in the Theater Room on the lower level of the library. The 7pm session is an "after hours" event, please use the lower level entrance. Seating is limited.

Rating: PG-13
Run time: 1hr 38min

Registration required.
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Neurographic Art Class

Neurographic Art Class

Tuesday, February 28th @ 4:30pm-6:30pm
—Children's Storytime Room

Neurographic art--a therapeutic art technique--is a simple way to transform stress into a beautiful work of art by drawing freeform lines using watercolor paints, markers and pencils. All materials provided, however, participants are welcome to bring their own watercolor paint. Space is limited. Program will last approximately 1½ hours. Ages 9+. 

Registration required.
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