Stop by McDonough Public Library to pick up a paper plate apple take-and-make kit, available starting September 26th. This craft is intended for children. It is available while supplies last.
Stop by McDonough Public Library to pick up a worry doll take-and-make kit, available starting September 26th. This craft is intended for teens and young adults. It is available while supplies last.
Are you an adult wanting to learn/practice English? Join us at McDonough Library to get experience and practice having casual conversations in English. All native languages are welcome! This event is intended for adults. For questions, contact McDonough Library or email email@example.com
Toddler Tales is a storytime just for little ones who have started to toddle around. There will be music and movement as well as age-appropriate literacy activities! This program is intended for children under the age of 4 who are new-to-comfortable walkers.
Come join in on Baby Lap-sit with your little ones at McDonough Library. There will be song-based literacy activities, simple stories, and play to promote learning. Baby Lap-sit is a storytime geared towards infants that are not yet fully walking.
Stop by McDonough Library every Wednesday at 11am for a storytime! This event is intended for children.
Crazy 8s Math Club is a recreational math club for kids in grades K-2 of all math abilities! No boring worksheets or timed tests here; these activities are hands-on and high-energy. The 8-week program is designed to reduce math anxiety and help change kids' attitudes about math for the better. This club is limited to […]
Financial Aid is a leery topic for any age. All prospective college students, stop in to McDonough Library's program to get the jump on getting what you need in order to tackle the FAFSA. GAFutures.org will have a representative present for a Q&A session on how to best prepare. This event is intended for teens […]
Teens and young adults - get the spooky season started off right by stopping in to McDonough Library. Make your own monstrous creation - IT'S ALIVE! No, not really, but see if you can beat the challenge! This event is intended for teens and young adults. Note: another event (the global cardboard challenge) will be […]
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What is the Global Cardboard Challenge? A world-wide event celebrating the value of creativity, critical thinking, resourcefulness, and play! Bring your own cardboard boxes and craft supplies (no paint or glitter, please), or choose from our selection. Create something amazing out of cardboard and upcycled materials with us. This event is intended for all school-ages: […]
Stop by McDonough Public Library to pick up a hatter tea take-and-make kit, available starting October 3rd. This craft is intended for teens and young adults. It is available while supplies last.