Starting today, Get Georgia Reading partner myON is delivering more than 10,400 free books to computer and mobile devices that you can access 24 hours a day—every day—through Aug. 31. Last year, kids read over 100,000 books. This year, as you’ll see in the story under “Ready, Set, Read” — the Get Georgia Reading Campaign is challenging Georgia to double that number.
Spanish on Mondays Intermediate Spanish 3:30-5:00pm Beginners 5:30-6:45pm Instructor: Edwin Perez For more information call the Friedman Branch at 706-736-6758
Tuesday, April 19 @ 10:00am B and B Puppet Theatre Enjoy story time told in an innovative and creative way through live puppetry. Groups of 6 or more must register. Space is limited, please call 706-722-2432 to pre-register.
Preserving Your Family Heirlooms Tuesday, April 26 @ 10:30 am In celebration of American Library Association’s Preservation Week, April 24-April 30, the Georgia Heritage Room welcomes Lauren Virgo, Registrar for the Augusta Museum of History. Ms. Virgo will teach us tricks of the trade for protecting our family treasures from the deleterious effects of light, …
Academy of Richmond County student Abbey Evans helps Ben Ware. The program, which began through the Augusta University Literacy Center, help kids with math and vocabulary. Photo: TODD BENNETT/STAFF Augusta Chronicle The “Math Mania” tutoring program offered at Augusta-Richmond County Public Library’s headquarters on Telfair Street. About 15 tutors volunteer each week. Currently, 56 children come twice …
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