Join professional puppeteer Lee Bryan "That Puppet Guy" for some great family entertainment during Forsyth County Public School Fall Break.
What do you get when you take one sassy little girl, sprinkle in three little pigs, and add in one Big, Bad, Wolf? A hilarious, fun-filled, puppet extravaganza! This clever original script and catchy music will amuse and delight.
For ages 3 and up. Please arrive fifteen minutes before show time as seating is limited.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a soldier in the American Revolution? Join us and the Robert Forsyth chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution to learn about clothing, military service, and day-to-day life as a colonist!
Explore the appeal of mystery stories and why they are ideal for addressing controversial topics through "Talma Gordon," the first published black murder mystery, with Dr. Ian Afflerbach of UNG.
Pauline Hopkins (1859-1930) was a singer, actress, and writer who helped start The Colored American Magazine, this nation's first monthly periodical focused on African American culture. Although her magazine essays and stories were popular in their time, she was--like so many talented black Americans--forgotten by white critics. We will discuss "Talma Gordon," thinking about the structure and appeal of mystery stories and why they might be an ideal format for getting American readers to think about controversial topics.
Conversational English starts again at the Cumming Library and Sharon Forks Library. All English learners are welcome to join this FREE conversational English for adults class no matter your country of origin, reading level or citizenship status.
You will be encouraged to practice speaking and listening with other English learners. We will also spend time on grammar skills and learning fun cultural topics. Registration is not required.
Book Talkers is a virtual book club for adults that has no assigned titles. At FCPL we know our patrons read a lot, and Book Talkers provides an opportunity for everyone to discuss what they've been reading without the pressure of reading a specific book. Click here for the video call link.
Brought to you from Kennesaw State University and generously funded by a grant from the Breman Foundation of Atlanta, Service, Citizenship, and Civil Rights is a ten-panel traveling exhibit that traces the history of veterans with a focus on those who have experienced marginalization due to membership in various identity groups. Through connection, communication, shared struggle and common experiences, veterans have found ways to push for civil rights and recognition within the military and beyond.