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Summer Reading Program
Kids Events

Baby & Todder Time
(Ages 2 & Under)

Thursdays beginning @ 10:30am
June 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, & 29th

No Babytime July 6th
10:30am - Walking Ones (Ages 12-24 mos)
11:30am - Infants (Birth-12 mos)

Freestyle Art Days

Wednesday, June 7th & 21st @ 10-12pm
The library will provide the art supplies, just bring your imagination to create your own stunning artwork. No registration required.


Preschool Time (Ages 2-4)

Monday, June 12th & June 26th @ 10:15am 
June 12th –Father's Day
June 26th –Independence Day

Fairy Tale Read & Find

Wednesday, June 14th @ 11:00am
Tune in to the Peachtree City Library's Facebook page to watch Lee St. John, read a new fairy tale each month with a hidden objects coloring page.

Kids Pick-Up Craft

Wednesday, June 14th & June 28th
June 14th –Octopus Craft
June 28th –Fish Weave

Important Message:
All programs are FREE, but require ONE TICKET PER PERSON for each event. All registration is done online. When registering you must have a PINES library card. Any reservation without a valid PINES library card number will automatically be cancelled. NO SHOWS without a 2 hour cancellation notice will be charged a fee of $2 for each unused ticket. This fee will be charged to your library card. DO NOT register a friend unless you are sure they will attend, otherwise YOU will be responsible for the no-show fee. In order to accommodate as many children as possible, there is a limit of one adult ticket per family for each performance. The library tries to schedule a variety of programs that appeal to various ages, however parents are the best judges of appropriateness and appeal to their children. No strollers or baby carriers will be allowed at the programs.

To reserve your tickets visit
Please see activity information for registration days/dates and times.

Encanto Movie Poster

Friday Movie: Encanto

Friday, June 2nd @ 10:30am
—Storytime Room

Movie Description: Encanto tells the tale of an extraordinary family, the Madrigals, who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia, in a magical house, in a vibrant town, in a wondrous, charmed place called an Encanto. The magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift from super strength to the power to heal-every child except one, Mirabel. But when she discovers that the magic surrounding the Encanto is in danger, Mirabel decides that she, the only ordinary Madrigal, might just be her exceptional family's last hope.~from

This movie is geared toward children of all ages with Parental Guidance suggested. No Registration Required.

Rated: PG
Duration: 1hr 42min

Japanese Language and Culture June

Japanese Language & 
Culture Exchange (Ages 13+)
Saturday, June 3rd @ 2:00pm
—Storytime Room

Hosted by Starr’s Mill High School Student Kathryn Wheeler, attendees will learn the basics of the Japanese language and their culture. No previous experience necessary. This is a free, drop-in event, no registration required.

Program is intended for Ages 13+.

Beatin' Path Rhythm Events Presents: Drumming Up Stories (Drumming)
Friday, June 9th @ 10:30am
—Storytime Room

Drumming Up the Stories is a fun-filled, percussion-loaded learning extravaganza as students are encouraged to draw inspiration from their own environment to express their personal history. This high-energy, rhythm based storytelling experience is guaranteed to spark the imagination and kindle a love of reading.

Lots of audience participation ensures a memorable assembly as students are guided through an array of world folktales with drumming. In this 45-minute assembly program, students learn how the drum was first used to communicate, how music can enhance storytelling and how instruments can be created from ordinary objects.

Registration opens Monday, June 5th.
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Drumming Up Stories

Gene Cordova Summer 2023

Gene Cordova: We Are Better Together! (Ventriloquist)

Saturday, June 10th @ 2:00 pm
—Storytime Room

Join Gene and his band of Merry-Makers as they open up your imagination to building friendships and working together! Prepare to meet Tater the Gator, he's always hungry... er, I mean, looking for a new friend! Every show includes Ventriloquism, Puppetry, Comedy Magic, Storytelling, Balloon Antics and LOTS of Audience Participation. 

Registration opens Monday, June 5th.
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Let's Learn Origami! (Ages 9-14)

Tuesday, June 13th @ 2:00pm
—Storytime Room

Join the Peachtree City Library in learning the art of Origami. Intended for ages 9-14, the class will be hosted by Girl Scout Silver Award candidate Penelope Shah. Supplies and seating are limited. Registration required.

Registration opens Tuesday, May 30th
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Lets Learn Origami