Carnegie planning new special programs

by Wes Mayer

The Newnan Carnegie Library has created a survey in hopes of learning which programs area adults and seniors would like to attend.

For this Fall and Winter quarters, the Carnegie has thought of six afternoon programs to offer, and they have asked Cowetans to choose which ones they would like best. The six programs are: a holiday cooking demonstration, learn how to play bridge, music performance/interactive drum circle, decorating your home for the holidays, health and wellness, and finance.

Until the end of August, those interested may email their choices to cwilson@cityofnewnan.org . The Carnegie also welcomes any suggestions or other recommendations for their programs.

The Carnegie is located at 1 LaGrange Street at the Court Square in downtown Newnan. For more information call 770-683-1347.



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