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Adult Calendar

February Featured Programs • Jericho Brown: National Book Award

Poetry Nominee • Small Biz Workshop: Reach Customers Online With Google • Trace Your Roots: An African American Genealogy Workshop • Black History to Black Future Month: Afrofuturism and the Arts • Love, Legacy, And Leadership: HBCUs & “The Divine 9” Impact on U.S. History Programs are free unless stated otherwise. Some require an RSVP. Visit gwinnettpl.org/calendar for registration links.

National Book Award Poetry Nominee Jericho Brown

770.978.5154 @gwinnettlibrary gwinnettpl.org


FEATURED PROGRAMS Memoir Writing: A Practical Approach Thursday, February 6 at 1:00 pm Bethesda Park Senior Center 225 Bethesda Church Road, Lawrenceville 30044 Memoir writing can be one of the most exhilarating things you’ll ever do. It is a wonderful way to share treasured memories. Put pen to paper and let your story flow. Virtual Dementia Tour Thursday, February 20 from 9:30 am - 11:30 am Peachtree Christian Health, Life Enrichment Center 3430 Duluth Park Lane, Duluth 30096 Experience what dementia is like by walking in the shoes of someone who is living with dementia. This life-changing simulation teaches how to provide better care by better understanding their world. Sign-up by email to: events@gwinnettpl.org. Love, Legacy, and Leadership: HBCUs & “The Divine 9” Impact on U.S. History Friday, February 21 at 7:00 pm Berean Christian Church Gwinnett 1465 Highpoint Rd, Snellville 30078 Join Gwinnett County Public Library in celebration of the history and accomplishments of the nine African American Sororities and Fraternities. With special guest speaker, Judge Tadia Whitner, notable member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and Gwinnett’s first AfricanAmerican Superior Court Judge.

A Storytime Author Visit with Felicia Lee Saturday, February 29 at 11:00 am Felicia Lee, author of books for beginning readers, will be here to talk about her books and meet with families. Audrey Lost Her Shoe teaches the importance of putting things back where they belong, and I Can Be shows different jobs to explore. Books available for purchase and signing. CENTERVILLE BRANCH ¡Hablemos! (for non-native speakers) Monday, February 3; 10:00 am Practice conversational Spanish Computer Basics (Mondays @ 6pm) February 3: What is a Computer? February 10: Browsing the Web February 17; Email Basics (set-up/use) February 24: Create Secure Passwords Intro to 3D Printing Thursday, February 6; 5:30 pm Learn to use the library’s 3D printers Soul Food Stories: An African American Culinary Workshop Thursday, February 6 at 6:00 pm

Collins Hill Book Club Tuesday, February 11; 1:00 pm Discuss: Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

Valentine’s Wine Bottle Painting Sunday, February 9; 2:30 - 4:00 pm Design a wine bottle for decor- one will be provided (while supplies last) or bring one

We All Have a Story Wednesday, February 12; 10:30 am Be uplifted, inspired and entertained Host: Southern Order of Storytellers

Second Time Around Book Club Tuesday, February 11; 10:30 am Read a book you may have missed

Healthy Hearing, for all ages Monday, February 17; 4:30 pm Guest speaker, Stan Warner, shares info on hearing health for all ages Women’s Self Defense Class Thursday, February 20; 6:30 pm Learn self defense basics from Gwinnett County Police Department Officer Georgia Gullah Geechee Culture Saturday, February 22; 11:00 am Learn about this unique coastal culture Meatless Mondays Monday, February 24; 6:30 pm Make & sample roasted veggie dip

DACULA BRANCH

Learn about the history of popular soul food dishes. Our cooking demonstration will feature Hoecakes and Johnnycakes.

Let’s Talk (Tuesdays) 10:00 am: February 4, 11, 18, 25 Practice speaking English with others

BUFORD-SUGAR HILL BRANCH

Senior Brain Games Friday, February 7; 11:00 am Challenge your mind with brain teasers

Google Apps Series (Thursdays) February 6; 11:00 am: Slides

Common Threads Sunday, February 2; 2 pm - 4 pm Knit or crochet for charity (must know how); please provide own materials

The Culture of the Cloth Sunday, February 9; 2:00 pm Learn about traditional African fabrics, plus how they are made and used

English in Your Language Basic English for non-native speakers (Japanese) Mondays; 10:30 am: February 3, 10, 17, 24 (Spanish) Mondays; 7:00 pm: February 3, 10, 17, 24 Tuesdays; 10:30 am: February 4, 11, 18, 25

Clinica de Carrera: Currículum y carta de Presentación (program is in Spanish) Wednesday, February 19; 4:00 pm Learn to do resumes and cover letters

Let’s Talk Mondays; 1 pm: February 3, 10, 17, 24 Practice speaking English with others

Google Street View Challenge Tuesday, February 25; 4:00 pm Geography guessing game w/ GSV!

Veterans Roundtable With Goodwill Industries of North Georgia Meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month Wednesday, February 12 at 1:00 pm

Career Clinic Thursday, February 27; 4:00 pm Get help with your career using free library digital resources

Meet with experts on Veterans resources. Discuss your needs and get real help on filing VA claims, medical care, housing, and job resources. Newly discharged or senior retirees welcome!

COLLINS HILL BRANCH

Python Programming 101 Sunday, February 16; 4:00 pm Learn the basics of coding in a fun project! Mystery Book Club Tuesday, February 18; 1:30 pm Discuss: The Boy by Tami Hoag DIY Energy Bites Thursday, February 20; 11:00 am Make a nutrient-dense snack Card Capture! Teens & Young Adults Thursday, February 27; 4 pm - 5 pm Learn about Pokemon: The Trading Card Game; bring own deck or laptop (virtual)

Kitchen Tools 101: Nutribullet Thursday, February 20; 11:30 am Learn to make nutritious foods with this

My Path, My Journey; 6 Week Memoir Writing Workshop Tuesdays; 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm: February 4, 11, 18 Presented by: Author Fran Stewart Registration required Novel Crimes Book Club Tuesday, February 4; 1 pm OR 6 pm Read: New Iberia Blues by James Lee Burke Let’s Talk Thursdays; 1 pm: February 6, 13, 20, 27 Practice speaking English with others Show of Hands, teen & adults Thursday, February 6; 6:00 pm Practice American Sign Language

Digital Photography Workshop Thursdays; 6 pm: February 6, 13, 20 Learn about digital photos and editing

Intergenerational Book Club For teens & adults Saturday, February 15; 10:30 am Discuss: Star Talk: Everything You Need to Know About Space Travel, Sci-Fi, the Human Race, the Universe & Beyond by Neil deGrasse Tyson Census 2020 Monday, February 17; 6 pm - 7 pm Learn about the importance of this poll Chess Club, all ages & skill levels Wednesday, February 19; 6 pm - 7 pm Cozy Mysteries Book Club Thursday, February 20; 11 am - 12 pm Discuss and review various mysteries Black History Artists: Ernie Barnes Saturday, February 22; 1:30 -3:00 pm Paint a masterpiece in this artist’s style Knitting Club (Adults & Seniors) Monday, February 24; 10:30 am Please bring your needlework with you Advanced Instant Pot Cooking Monday, February 24; 6:30 pm Demo & tasting (must sign waiver)

Healthy Cooking Club, teens & adults Saturday, February 10; 11:00 am

Jeopardy: Black History Month Edition Wednesday, February 26; 5:30 - 7:30 pm Test your knowledge of African American history with a fun game of Jeopardy!

DULUTH BRANCH

Elizabeth H. Williams SNELLVILLE

Trace Your Roots (Genealogy) Saturday, February 1; 2 pm - 3:30 pm Tips & tricks to find African American ancestors using free library resources

Tech Guru (One-on-One advice) Mondays; 3:00 - 5:00 pm February 3, 10, 17, 24 Wednesdays; 3:00 - 5:00 pm: February 5, 12, 19, 26 Thursdays; 11:00 am - 1:00 pm: February 6, 13, 20, 27 Welcome to bring your own device

English in Your Language Basic English for non-native speakers (Vietnamese) Tuesdays; 12 pm - 1 pm: February 4, 11, 18, 25 (Chinese) Wednesdays; 6 pm - 7 pm: February 5, 12, 19, 26 For Cantonese/Mandarin speakers Got an Instant Pot- Now what? Wednesday, February 5; 6:30 pm Intro to cooking with IP; waiver needed to sample foods prepared during workshop Let’s Talk (Thursdays) 6:00 - 7:30 pm: February 6, 13, 20, 27 Practice speaking English with others; intermediate English skills required The Great Backyard Bird Count 2020 For all ages Saturday, February 8; 2 pm - 3 pm Learn about different birds of GA and how you can participate in this national count

‘Murder Among Friends’ Mystery Book Club~New members welcome! Monday, February 3; 11:00 am Discuss any title in Robert B Parker’s Spenser Series African American Collection Monday, February 3; 6 pm - 7 pm Find great literature from our African, African American & Caribbean collection! Snellville Reads (Toni Morrison Month) Share your favorite Morrison books on: Tuesday, February 4; 11:00 am Saturday, February 15; 11:00 am Thursday, February 20; 6:30 pm Thursday, February 27; 6:30 pm Discussion with Professor of English at Morehouse College, Dr Tanya Clark, on Morrison’s writing & its social impact: Tuesday, February 25; 6:30 pm

Special events are listed in gray. Visit gwinnettpl.org/calendar to sign up for programs that require registration.


I Didn’t Know You Could Do THAT at Our Library! (Tuesdays) 4 pm - 5:30 pm on: February 4, 11, 18, 25 Catalog, Website, Digital resources help Let’s Talk (Tuesdays) 6 pm - 7 pm: February 4, 11, 18, 25 Practice speaking English with others Snellville Writers Group (Public) Thursday, February 6; 6:30 pm Share writing and practical advice with other local writers. All About the Harlem Renaissance Monday, February 10; 6:30 pm How a small NY neighborhood became the center of a major cultural movement National “Clean Out Your Computer” Day Tuesday, February 11; 11:00 am Learn about both physical and digital computer cleanliness- may bring device Native Plants In partnership with UGA Extension Gwinnett Registration required at gwinnettpl.org/calendar Tuesday, February 11 at 6:30 pm Join UGA Extension Gwinnett Agricultural Agent, Timothy Daly, to learn about the many plants that are native to our area and how to grow them for your home’s landscape. AARP Smart Driver Workshop In partnership with AARP Reservations requested: events@gwinnettpl.org Thursday, February 13 from 10:30 am - 5:00 pm Learn defensive driving techniques and how to compensate for age-related changes in vision, hearing, and reaction time. Cost is $15 for AARP members (bring your card) and $20 for nonmembers - cash or checks only. Pay at the door. Please bring a drink and a bag lunch. Drivers 18 and older are welcome. Unraveled (Beginners to Advanced) Thursday, February 13; 11:00 am Monday, February 24; 6:00 pm Come knit/crochet/cross-stitch with us! Writings & Poetry of the Harlem Renaissance, for teens & adults Saturday, February 22; 2 pm - 3 pm Learn about famous African American writers & poets from this period of time Mobile Career Bus With Atlanta Regional Worksource Georgia Monday, February 24 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Climb aboard the Mobile Career Bus to receive assistance from a professional human resource specialist in career planning, job readiness coaching, resume assistance, information about training opportunities, access to computer workstations, free photocopying, printing, and much more!

FIVE FORKS BRANCH Your Best Life: Skills & Safety Classes for Teens and Adults with Intellectual Disabilities Monday, February 3; 6:30 pm Topic: The Art of Conversation Registration required Open Your World Book Club: For individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities Tuesdays; 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm on: February 4, 11, 18, 25 Readers & aspiring readers meet for reading, listening & discussion of one title Registration Required

Crafting with the Cricut Tuesday, February 4; 6:00 pm Learn how to make vinyl stickers! Restoring Old Photographs Wednesday, February 5; 4:30 pm Basic PS techniques to restore old photos Intro to 3D Printing Wednesday, February 5; 6:00 pm Gwinnett Recycles! Saturday, February 8; 1:30 pm Tips & tricks for recycling at home Trace Your Roots: An African American Genealogy Workshop Sunday, February 9 at 1:00 pm Genealogy interest has exploded with the ease and availability of online research. African American genealogy has its own unique set of challenges and obstacles. Learn how to get started in this fun hobby and explore free genealogy databases, including the Library Edition of Ancestry.com and HeritageQuest. Resume Workshop Monday, February 10; 2:00 pm Drop-in to have your resume reviewed Avoiding Heartbreak Hotel Tuesday, February 11; 11:00 am Elder Law & Estate Planning attorney, Paul Black, teaches how to preserve assets & how to avoid financial mistakes Make it with Glowforge: Valentine Heart Wednesday, February 12; 6:00 pm Try out the new Glowforge laser cutter! Fiction Book Club (Monthly) Thursday, February 13; 2 pm - 3:30 pm African American Authors & Characters Writing Workshop: Where to Begin Saturday, February 15; 3 pm - 4:30 pm Learn from a published author on how to start and what to do when you hit a block True Crime Book Club Wednesday, February 19; 2 pm - 3:30 pm Pick from book list or choose your own Catalysts for Change: Women Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement Saturday, February 22; 2 pm - 4 pm Join us for film, Standing on My Sisters’ Shoulders, followed by guest speakers Non-Fiction Book Club (Monthly) Wednesday, February 26; 2:00 pm Theme: Music and Fine Arts Python Coding Club Thursday, February 27; 6:00 pm Build your Python skills w/ coding projects Sound Lab: Beat Making, teens & adults Saturday, February 29; 1:00 pm Beats, Waveforms, Virtual instruments, etc.

GRAYSON BRANCH Access: Services/Benefits Assistance Monday, February 3; 4:00 pm A guest speaker from Empowerline will share how, when & where to contact federal, state & local programs for help Intro to French Tuesday, February 11; 6:00 pm Learn introductory conversational French

Mobile Career Bus With Atlanta Regional Worksource Georgia Thursday, February 13 from 9:30 am - 12:00 pm Thursday, February 27 from 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Sustainability Series: Going Zero Waste (ish)! For teens & adults Tuesday, February 25; 4:00 pm Lead a more waste-free lifestyle

Climb aboard the Mobile Career Bus to receive assistance from a professional human resource specialist in career planning, job readiness coaching, resume assistance, information about training opportunities, access to computer workstations, free photocopying, printing, and much more!

KonDoing Wednesday, February 26; 6:00 pm Live a minimalist lifestyle using the Marie Kondo organization techniques

Adulting 101: Candy Making Thursday, February 13; 5:00 pm Make candy for Valentine’s Day! Unraveled (Beginners to Advanced) Monday, February 17; 11 am - 12 pm Come learn how to knit with us! African American Collection Thursday, February 20; 6:30 pm Find great literature from our African, African American & Caribbean collection! Armchair Travels: Destination; Cuba Wednesday, February 26; 2:00 pm Travels from the comfort of the library!

HAMILTON MILL BRANCH Connect with Oral Histories Monday, February 3; 6:00 pm Learn through shared experiences that focus on identity & cultural backgrounds Let’s Talk (Wednesdays) 1:00 pm: February 5, 12, 19, 26 Practice speaking English with others #ReadWoke Book Club Wednesday, February 5; 6:00 pm Discuss: The Revolution of Birdie Randolph by Brandy Colbert Ted Talk Discussions Monday, February 10; 6:00 pm Topic: Aging Culinary Literacy: Nigerian Cuisine Thursday, February 13; 4:00 pm Popular West African dish: Jollof Rice Sewing Basics Thursday, February 13; 6:00 pm Ever wanted to learn to sew? Join us! Info @ My Library: Novelist Saturday, February 15; 2:00 pm Explore free reader’s advisory resource Science Cafe: Secrets of Sky Tombs Monday, February 17; 6:00 pm Evidence discovered in worlds highest tombs reveal ancient rituals & beliefs Beginner’s Arabic, suitable for all ages Tuesday, February 18; 12:00 pm Photoshop Fun, teens & adults Tuesday, February 18; 6:00 pm Learn new tricks & tips! Black History Month Trivia Saturday, February 22; 2:00 pm Test your knowledge of African American history and culture with a game of trivia! Book Club for Adults Monday, February 24; 6:30 OR Thursday, February 27; 1:00 pm Discuss: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

DIY Soap Making Waiver required/while supplies last Thursday, February 27; 4:00 pm February: Lemon-Poppy Seed Soap

LAWRENCEVILLE BRANCH #ReadWoke: Black History Month Family Discussion, for teens & parents Saturday, February 1; 1:00 pm Let’s Talk Mondays; 5 pm: February 3, 10, 17, 24 Practice speaking English with others English in Your Language Basic English for non-native speakers (Chinese) Mondays; 6:00 pm February 3, 10, 17, 24 (Spanish) Thursdays; 4:30 pm: February 6, 13, 20 Hello/Hola! Tuesdays; 5 pm: February 4, 11, 18 Learn basic conversational Spanish Mobile Career Bus With Atlanta Regional Worksource Georgia Thursday, February 13 from 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm Thursday, February 27 from 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm Climb aboard the Mobile Career Bus to receive assistance from a professional human resource specialist in career planning, job readiness coaching, resume assistance, information about training opportunities, access to computer workstations, free photocopying, printing, and much more! N-400 Citizenship Application Assistance In partnership with Asian Americans Advancing Justice Friday, February 14 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Get help with Form N-400, application for naturalization. Qualified legal reps will be on hand and some applicants may be eligible for waived filing fees. Visit gwinnettpl.org/n400 for a list of required documents to bring. Reps available on a first come, first served basis. African American Collection Saturday, February 15; 2:00 pm Find great literature from our African, African American & Caribbean collection! African American Education in Gwinnett After Integration For teens & adults Saturday, February 22; 2:00 pm A guest panel shares their experiences with guest host Rubye Neal

LILBURN BRANCH Intro to Python Saturday, February 1; 1:00 pm Program language for simple projects Eat Your Greens Monday, February 3; 6:00 pm Explore African Diaspora foodways & learn a no-cook method for collard greens


Let’s Talk (Mondays) 6:30 pm: February 3, 10, 17, 24 Practice speaking English with others

Mystery Book Club Tuesday, February 18; 2:00 pm Check webcalendar for book selection

Small Biz Workshop: Reach Customers Online With Google In partnership with Grow with Google Registration required at gwinnettpl.org/calendar Tuesday, February 4 at 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Start a YouTube Channel Tuesday, February 18; 5 pm - 6 pm Set-up, upload and maintain videos

Join Google Speaker and Trainer - Demming Bass and Gwinnett County Public Library to learn how customers find your business online and how to promote your business using Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Smart Campaigns in Google Ads. In this workshop, we’ll discuss best practices for: Improving your website’s visibility in Google’s organic search results on all devices, creating a free Google My Business listing, advertising your business on Google, strategies and tips for social media, content, and email marketing. Voices: LGBTQ+ Conversations Tuesday, February 4; 6:30 pm Join other adults and learn about resources in the library & your community English in Your Language Basic English for non-native speakers (Spanish) Wednesdays; 5:00 pm: February 5, 12, 19, 26 Fire Safety (GCFD) for all ages Wednesday, February 5; 6:00 pm Learn about fire safety at home & work As the Page Turns Book Club Thursday, February 6; 6:00 pm Join us for a lively book discussion! Public Speaking Workshop Thursdays; 6 pm: February 6, 13, 20, 27 Learn fundamentals of speaking in public Registration required Adobe InDesign, teens & adults Thursday, February 6; 6:00 pm Create templates in this popular software

Culinary Literacy: Gullah Cuisine Wednesday, February 19; 6:00 pm Dishes from the Carolina/GA lowcountry Information @ My Library Wednesday, February 19; 6:00 pm Learn about the library’s digital resources N-400 Citizenship Application Assistance In partnership with Asian Americans Advancing Justice Friday, February 21 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Get help with Form N-400, application for naturalization. Qualified legal reps will be on hand and some applicants may be eligible for waived filing fees. Visit gwinnettpl.org/n400 for a list of required documents to bring. Reps available on a first come, first served basis. Digital Photography Workshop For teens & adults Saturday, February 22; 12 pm - 1 pm Covers indoor and outdoor guidelines Intro to 3D Printing Thursday, February 27; 4:00 pm Learn to use the library’s 3D printers Intro to Travel Photography Saturday, February 29; 2:00 pm Workshop in partnership with GNPA (GA Nature Photographers Association)

The film Black Panther, the music of George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic, and rap stylistics of Janelle Monae and Jidenna. These forms of creative expression all arise from the cultural phenomenon known as Afrofuturism - a blend of science fiction, fantasy, and technology with the rich traditions of Black literature, art, music, and folklore. Join Dr. Tanya Clark, of Morehouse College, to learn about some of the critical writers, thinkers, and artists who lead the way.

**The Suwanee Library will be closed from Monday, February 3 through Sunday, February 16 for re-carpeting; thanks for your patience!** Your First Book: Start It, Finish It, Sell It Saturday, February 1 at 1:00 pm

Let’s Talk (Thursdays) 6 pm - 7 pm: February 6, 13, 20, 27 Practice speaking English with others

Join author and Atlanta Writers Club President George Weinstein to learn strategies to find time to write, motivate yourself to keep going, overcome obstacles, and finish a draft.

Southern Cooking Tuesday, February 11; 5:00 pm Cook simple dishes in honor of BHM

Jericho Brown: National Book Award Poetry Nominee Sunday, February 2 at 3:00 pm

Norcross Connect: Love Your Heart Thursday, February 13; 10:30 am Learn tools for “Heartful Living”

Jericho Brown is the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard, and the National Endowment for the Arts. His latest collection is The Tradition.

Diverse Voices - A Bilingual Author Storytime Event Saturday, February 22 at 11:00 am Parents, bring your beginning readers to this special English/Spanish story time. Nury Crawford will have books in Spanish and English will be available for purchase.

PEACHTREE CORNERS BRANCH

English in Your Language (Korean) Thursdays; 10:30 am: February 20, 27 Basic English for Korean speakers (Chinese) 10:30 am (Chinese-Beginners) 12:00 pm Monday, February 24 For Cantonese/Mandarin speakers Book Club with Becca Thursday, February 20; 4:00 pm Discuss: Never Have I Ever by Joshilyn Jackson

MOUNTAIN PARK BRANCH

Prepare for the Citizenship Exam Saturday, February 22; 2:00 pm Learn about the resources available and go through practice questions

Coupon Swap 101 Tuesday, February 4; 1:00 pm Bring coupons you don’t want & swap

Sundays in Suwanee Series Event Meet the Author Peter Lee Sunday, February 23 at 3:00 pm

Let’s Talk (Wednesdays) 6:00 pm: February 5, 12, 19, 26 Practice speaking English with others

Lee’s book, Spectacular Bid: The Last Superhorse of the Twentieth Century, chronicles the career of the horse who was sold as a yearling for $37,000 to a family, trained by a rookie trainer, and ridden by a teen who, two years earlier, had never ridden a horse. Autographed books for sale.

Fiction Book Club Saturday, February 1; 2:00 pm

Black History to Black Future Month: Afrofuturism and the Arts Saturday, February 15 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

English in Your Language Basic English for non-native speakers (Spanish) Tuesdays; 6:00 pm: February 4, 11, 18, 25

SUWANEE BRANCH

Book Club for Adults Tuesday, February 4; 10:15 am Discuss: One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Audio Club, teens & adults Saturday, February 8; 3 pm - 4 pm Beats, Waveforms, Virtual instruments etc

iMovie Basics Thursday, February 13; 6:00 pm Import videos to edit, add effects & more

NORCROSS BRANCH

Income Tax Law Information Workshop Saturday, February 22; 11:00 am Learn about laws for Individual tax filing

Common Threads Mondays; 6:30 pm: February 3, 10, 17, 24 Weekly fiber arts meetup & instruction

Special Needs Alliance Saturday, February 1; 11:00 am Join supportive conversations & activities

Soldering Workshop Tuesday, February 11; 5:00 pm Learn the basics with this workshop

Trace Your Roots (Genealogy) Thursday, February 20; 6:30 pm Tips & tricks to find African American ancestors using free library resources

Discover Digital Books Friday, February 21; 12:00 pm Learn where to find & how to use

Citizenship Information Saturday, February 29; 2:00 pm Learn about free resources at your library to help you pass the Naturalization test!

Podcasting (RSS Feed) Saturday, February 8; 12 pm - 1 pm Explains equipment, set-up, publishing

Lilburn Seniors Blazin’ the Trail Tuesday, February 11; 10:30 am

Nature to Nurture (For Expecting & New Parents) Wednesday, February 19; 12:00 pm Guest, Teresa McClellan, a licensed IBCLC, shares support & tips about the health benefits of breastfeeding

Seniors Meeting (Monthly) Wednesday, February 5; 11:00 am Achieve better memory and organization with the “Memory Booster/Tester” tool Bullet Journaling 101 Wednesday, February 5; 6:00 pm Help keep track of your busy life! English in Your Language Basic English for non-native speakers (Vietnamese) Wednesdays; 6:00 pm: February 5, 12, 19, 26 Career Transitions Monday, February 10; 2:00 pm Learn skills to utilize in job searching or starting a new career Write Here, Right Now Thursday, February 13; 6:00 pm Share writing and get tips from others The Drawing Board: Heads Up! For teens & adults Tuesday, February 18; 4:00 pm Draw human faces from imagination

Senior Library Activities & Programs (SLAPs) Thursdays for Seniors Grow a Vegetable Garden from Seed February 6; 1:00 pm Tower Garden Demonstration February 20; 1:00 pm

Let’s Talk Monday, February 24; 6:00 pm Practice speaking English with others

Treat Yo’ Self: DIY Self-Care Saturday, February 8; 1:00 pm Self-care products for Galentine’s Day

Ted Talks Tuesdays Tuesday, February 25; 10:30 am Share thoughts on compelling issues

Community Voices: Open Mic, all ages Sunday, February 9; 1:30 pm Register online to secure a spot

The Write Stuff Tuesday, February 25; 6:00 pm Meet writers, share work, learn skills

Flipped: Embroidery 101, Class #1 Sunday, February 9; 2:30 pm Registration required

Ask the Expert Saturday, February 29; 3:00 pm Denise Brinson, with the City of Suwanee, speaks about what is currently happening

The Writers’ Group Thursdays; 6 pm: February 13, 27 Meet writers, share work, learn skills Valentine’s Day for Moms Friday, February 14; 10:30 am Roundtable discussion on self-care

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