New Teen and Tween Club

We are starting up a brand new program for teens and tweens with help from homeschool parent, Heidi Tingelhoff. Teen and Tween Club is just for teens and tweens. We are looking for their input on activities with an emphasis on building friendships and Camaraderie. Parents, you are welcome to leave your older kids and spend some quality time with the younger kids in or outside the library! We will have plenty of parents on hand supervising.

Please join us Monday, February 13th at 2pm for card and board games. Bring your best ideas for future programs!

February 4H Meeting

Please join us this Wednesday at 10am for 4H club. The topic will be Technology in Agriculture and Camping in 4-H! Please bring pop tabs if you have them. 4H is for 4th graders and up (and 3rd graders are welcome to sit in!)


Homeschool 4H

Look what we did at 4H this week! Ali Merck did a hands-on sewing workshop and students made their own fleece hats. The next 4H meeting will be Wednesday, February 8th at 10am. Topic to be determined but sure to be fun!


Rocks & Minerals


Join us for a hands-on science program this Wednesday, December 7th from 10am to noon. Geologist, William (Bill) Waggener, from the Georgia Mineral Society will bring his expertise,  rock and mineral samples, and his tools of the trade. This program is for students 3rd grade through 6th and covers GPS for K, 3rd, 5th, 6th grade.

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First Homeschool 4H Meeting

Yeah!!! Our first meeting is this Wednesday, November 9th at 10am for students 4th grade and up. (We will have registration forms at the meeting.)

You may join at any time. Registration forms are available at the Service Desk or visit the 4H website for forms. If you already participate in a 4H project (Archery, Robotics, etc.) you can still sign up. This is a general club service like those offered through public schools. Agent Ali Merck will hold a meeting once a month at our library; bringing you a broad range of programs. Check the 4H tab at the top of the page for more information.

Sight Word Games

Join us this Monday, October 31st at 10am to explore fun sensory activities for alphabet recognition and learning sight words. LEGO blocks, shaving cream, balls, hopscotch… There is so much more than flashcards! Students PreK-2.

Jefferson Fire Department Visit

The Jefferson Fire Department will be back by popular demand! Join us Friday, October 21st at 10am to learn about the training and equipment involved in being a first-responder. All ages are welcome, bring your questions and cameras, this is always a crowd pleaser.


Michael C. Carlos Museum Pass


Thanks to a new partnership between the Michael C. Carlos Museum and Georgia Public Library Service, Georgia families can now enjoy the museum’s exquisite permanent collections and renowned special exhibitions showcasing arts and culture from around the world.

Family Pass loan program

Through the partnership’s Family Pass loan program families can visit the museum for free. Individuals and families with a valid Georgia library card can now check out a Family Pass to the Carlos Museum for six people at more than 400 participating libraries across all 159 Georgia counties.

Carlos Museum for families
Programs for children and families at the Carlos Museum provide opportunities for children and teens to learn from artists of the ancient world in the galleries and from some of Atlanta’s best practicing artists in the studio. Check out our special family events, programs for teens, Artful Stories, and so many more inspiring, educational, and creative offerings here.

More on the partnership

This partnership also includes programs at several Georgia public libraries each year and an eight-panel touring photographic exhibition, Discover the Stories of Civilization: Stories of Beauty, Power, Love, Glory and Faith, that opened in Leesburg at the Lee County Library on September 30. Plans call for Discover the Stories of Civilization to visit more than a dozen public library systems around the state in coming months, including the Moultrie-Colquitt County Library in late October and the Thomas County Public Library in mid-November.