• Anthony Urda

This Week at the Carnegie: September 14-18

We hope you enjoyed last week's programs! Stop by soon to see our newest books and make sure you are following us on Facebook and Instagram, so you don't miss a virtual program.

The Carnegie is currently open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 9am-5pm, Wednesday 9am - 4pm, and Saturday, 9am-12pm, with added measures to keep you and the Carnegie Staff safe. Take a look at this section of our website before stopping in and don't forget your mask or face covering.

Virtual programs are posted on our Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube pages at the time listed unless otherwise noted. They will continue to be available to watch at your leisure.


9:00 a.m. Book Reviews with Susan

Join Susan as she discusses "The Girl Before" by JP Delaney

*A quick reminder that all reviewed books by the Newnan Carnegie Library staff is displayed on a shelf near the front desk!

3:00 p.m. Dr. Boynton's Stress Management Presentation

If you missed Dr. Boynton's presentation on stress management on Thursday, September 10th, then NO FEAR! We have recorded it, and it's available for you to watch on our Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube platforms!


3:00 p.m. DIY Clothespin Trivet

Join Elizabeth as she teaches us how to make fun clothespin decorations!

Grab and Go kits will be available in the library!


9:00 a.m. Spanish Storytime with Mrs. Claudia!

3:00 p.m. Book Reviews with Susan

Join Susan as she discusses "All Your Perfects" by Colleen Hoover!


10:00 a.m. Live Preschool Storytime with Teri

Join Teri for a morning of stories appropriate for preschool aged children! For more information please email Ms. Teri at

3:00 p.m. Carnegie Movie Night Review: Fiddler on the Roof

Join Anthony as he discusses the 1971 classic film, Fiddler on the Roof!

7:00 p.m. Hometown Novel Nights

Join Hometown Novel Nights and the Newnan Carnegie Library at 7pm on Zoom to meet and talk with three novelists from Georgia: Barbara Conrey (author of "Nowhere Near Goodbye"), Mark Wallace Maguire (author of "In Pursuit of the Pale Prince" and the "Alexandria Rising Chronicles"), and Caroline C. Cole (author of "Synthetic Sanity"). All three will be interviewed by local author, T.M. Brown. Registration is required, so please visit the Newnan Carnegie Library Facebook event page to find the registration link.


10:00 a.m. Flannel Friday

Join Teri as she teaches us how to make your favorite storybook characters out of felt and flannel to tell a story!

3:00 p.m. Crafting at the Carnegie: Macrame Hanging Herb Pot

Join Elizabeth as she shows us how to make a Macrame Hanging Herb Pot!

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