Events for Children
The Georgia Public Library in partnership with Lake Champlain Access Television will be hosting a Video Club for students in the town of Georgia. The club is designed for students 12 years and older who have an interest in learning more about digital media and television production. Participants will learn how to operate professional video cameras as well as gain an understanding of non-linear computerized editing. The goal is to eventually produce programming on the history, events, places, and people of Georgia to be broadcast on LCATV.
The instructor of the club is Neil Hilt, a resident of Georgia since 1992. Neil is a graduate of the New York University Film School, and has over 20 years experience in broadcast television production. Neil is currently working for Vermont Public Television and is a board member of Lake Champlain Access Television.
The group meets weekly.
Please contact the library if you have are interested in joining this group.
Friday Morning at 10:00 for preschoolers and their adult caregivers. This activity consists of stories(usually with a related theme), fingerplays, songs and a craft. Children can do any or all of the activities.
Mrs. Flora Hurteau reading at the back to school story time
Every third Tuesday, 6:30 to 7:30pm.
Every second Wednesday 6:30 to 7:30 pm. The library has chess, Candyland, checkers, Monopoly and other games. If someone has a game they'd like to bring that is welcomed too.
Events for Adults
Book discussion groups are organized by different people throughout the year. If you are interested in hosting a book discussion, or joining one, please leave your name with the librarian to be notified when the next one starts.
Every Tuesday evening from 6:30-8:00p.m. Knitters of all levels gather to socialize and work on their projects. Peer assistance is available.
The Fairfax/Georgia quilt group working on the 2006 raffle quilt for the library.