The Fulton County Library System will close 24 locations on Tuesday, November 8th to serve as polling sites on Election Day. The following branches will be c
Black History Month, USPS, United States Post Office, postal service, postmaster, letter carrier, mail delivery, railway mail service, enslaved, slaves, postal workers, William Cooper Nell, John L. LeFlore, Heman Marion Sweatt, Westley W. Law, W.W. Law, Savannah, desegregation, segregation, civil rights movement
Hapeville Teens, stop by the Hapeville Library and Celebrate Valentine’s Day over a movie or chill with a book, snacks, and themed activities. Contact Ms. Janice Wilson for registration. firstname.lastname@example.org…
Prime Time Family Reading is coming to Mechanicsville Library! 90-minute sessions in the evenings once per week on Tuesdays for six weeks starting on February 28 at the Mechanicsville Library.
Hapeville Library's Baby Love Books Virtual Storytime Thursdays bring the magic and benefits of storytime straight to your home or device. Join Ms. Janice (Youth Services Librarian) for songs and action rhymes that develop children’s early literacy skills. For children ages birth to five years and their caregivers. Email Ms. Janice for the Zoom link. email@example.com The Zoom…
Housing Assessors and community partners will be on hand to administer the Point In Time survey and provide assessments for services. Jobs/training, healthcare, library services, affordable housing resources and more!
The new year arrived after many weather events around the country closed out the old year. As those occurrences brought 2022 to its conclusion, it occurred to
Overview: Dr. Martin L. King Jr. was a reverend, husband, father and leader to so many multigenerational and diverse people. His legacy will outstand the test o