Waffle House to serve at Powell Library

by Staff Reports

Everyone knows that public libraries have books, DVDs, audio books, CDs, Internet, computers, Mp3’s and now even eBooks and other downloadable goodies. 

If you don’t know this or if you have forgotten, the upcoming Family Night program at the Powell Library in Newnan will not only provide all of the above to you, but for one night only, you can also get a Waffle House waffle at the library, says Coweta County Public Library System Director Jimmy Bass.

Beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, representatives from the Waffle House will be at the Powell Library on Hospital Road to meet, greet and cook waffles for the library patrons. 

The monthly program is open to all family members and provides an opportunity for children and their family members to enjoy and use the library’s many services together.

For more information, call the Powell Library’s children’s desk at 770-253-3625.


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