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Adult programs at the library in September


August 18, 2017

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All programs at the Statesboro Bulloch County Library, 124 S. Main St. 

 

52 WEEKS OF GIVING - 4 PM Friday, September 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 This program has a different theme each week, but all of the themes are centered around giving back to our community and making a difference in people’s lives. No sign up is required—you can join this program at any time!

Location:  Community Room

 

STATESBORO BULLOCH COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY ADOPT-A-DOG -        12-3 PM Saturday, September 9

Volunteers from the Statesboro-Bulloch County Humane Society will be hosting an adoption event at the library where you can meet some of the pups available for adoption. Come meet your potential new ’best friend!’  

Location: Community Room 

 

KNITTING AND CROCHETING CLUB - 2 PM   Saturday, September 9 & 23

Bring your knitting needles, crochet hooks and yarn! Share projects and get some new ideas! New members are always welcome!

Location: Teen Activity Room

 

THE CHANGING OF NAMES - 2 PM Monday, September 11 Genealogy and Local History Coordinator, Lillian Wingate will help us understand how you family names may have evolved over the years and the reasons why these changes occurred.

Location: Computer Lab

 

HOW TO GET A JOB: INTERVIEWING - 6 PM TUESDAY, September 12

Searching for employment is easier once you learn the necessary skills. This month concentrate on Interviewing skills! Today’s session, The 411 and 911 of Interviewing will prepare the learner for Mock Interviews on September 26th.  This is a free ongoing series, instructed by business woman, Monique Dennis.  

Location: Computer Lab

 

ANIME & MANGA CLUB (age 12 – 18) 5 PM Wednesday September 13 & 27 For teens and young adults who are interested in watching and discussing different anime series. We enjoy an activity, snacks and new episodes each week! No sign up required.

Location: Teen Activity Room

 

GENEALOGY TALK: DIGGING INTO THE PAST - 6 PM Thursday, September 14 Dr. Sue Moore, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at GSU, will explain how genealogy can lead to archaeological findings.

Location: Community Room

 

ADULT COOKING SERIES – 6 PM Monday, September 18 Renowned chef, Patrick White will give a live demonstration, tasting, and a chance to learn some valuable cooking tips! On the menu: Coconut Curry Chicken with Jasmine Pilaf.

Location: Community Room

 

HOW TO TRACK YOUR ANCESTORS - 6 PM Thursday, September 21 When tracking your ancestors, sometimes you have to look at records you might not think of at first.  Learn where to look with Genealogy and Local History Coordinator, Lillian Wingate.

Location: Computer Lab

 

FAMILY PROGRAM: CURIOUS GEORGE AT THE LIBRARY! (all ages) - 2 PM Saturday, September 23 This is a family event, complete with fun games and activities and a visit from Curious George and the Man in the Yellow Hat! This program is part of our book distribution series, so all kids who attend will leave with a new book to take home!

Location: Community Room

 

HOW TO GET A JOB: INTERVIEWING - 6 PM TUESDAY, September 26

Searching for employment is easier once you learn the necessary skills. This month concentrate on Interviewing skills with Mock Interviews. This is a free ongoing series, instructed by business woman, Monique Dennis.  

Location: Computer Lab

 

JUST MOVE!- KPOP DANCE-  5 PM Thursday, September 28 Learn new and assorted ways to get moving and stay motivated in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This month, Damali Bacchus will get us moving with KPOP—music and movement!

Location: Community Room


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