It's National Library Week!
What better way to celebrate than with a Business After Hours Meet & Greet at the Hart County Library!
April 16th 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
It will be held on the main floor of the library.
There will be food and beverages (courtesy of the Friends of the Library & Library Staff), tours of the library, and a demonstration of the library's 3-D printer.
Please call 706-376-4655 for more information.
HART COUNTY LIBRARY AND THE BASICS OF FREEGAL MUSIC
Freegal® is a free music service -- all you need is your valid Hart County Library card number.
Follow the “Freegal Music” link on the Hart County Library website – www.hartcountylibrary.com – and, on the Freegal site, click on the “LOGIN” command.
Enter your Hart County Library card number and start browsing.
Freegal offers access to about 7 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of legendary artists.
In total the collection is comprised of music from over 28,000 labels with music that originates in over 80 countries.
There is no software to download, and there are no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions.
Access to Freegal is limited to patrons of subscribing libraries.
Interested? Please pick up an instruction flyer at the front desk.
Tuesdays at 10:30 AM Story Time is for children ages 2 to 5 and a caregiver with an emphasis on stories and activities for toddlers.
Each week we may have stories, rhymes, book sharing time, open play and coloring activities.
Story Time is a fun way to introduce early literacy skills and is a great way to meet other families with young children.
YA Coffee House @ Hart County Library
Friday, April 24th 2015
Play games, read, hang out, drink coffee & eat snacks.
All drinks & snacks 50 cents each!
April 16th 6 PM
We will be discussing "The Bean Trees" by Barbara Kingsolver
It is about Taylor Greer, who grew up in poor in rural Kentucky with the goals of avoiding pregnancy and getting away. But when Taylor heads west with high hopes and a barely functional car, she meets the human condition head-on. By the time she arrives in Tucson, she has acquired a completely unexpected child and must somehow come to terms with both motherhood and the necessity for putting down roots. Hers is a story about love and friendship, abandonment and belonging, and the discovery of surprising resources in apparently empty places