Grantville Library offers programs

by Staff Reports

The Grantville Library Branch staff is inviting everyone to this week’s programs:

Thursday, 10 a.m. — AARP Safety Driver Program. To register, call Roger Echols at 770- 927-1693.

Saturday, starting at noon — Summer Reading Information Session!

Come dig into the past as the library kicks off this year’s summer reading program with a Pyramid Party at the Grantville Branch. You will have the opportunity to register for all performances and special summer programs, register for the Dig Into Reading summer challenge, play games, make a cool craft, and take a trip back in time with the Coweta County Genealogy Society, the Moreland Cultural Arts Alliance, the Grantville Historical Commission Inc., the Coweta County Fire Department, and the historic cabin adjacent to the Grantville branch.

Make new life-long memories at Grantville branch public library this summer, said  Marie J. Vielot, library manager for the Grantville and Senoia branches of Coweta Public Library System.

For more information call  770-683-0535.


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