Monday, Sept 20
The Newnan Library will host Baby Time at 10:30am. Baby time is designed for one-on-one sharing of books, songs, and rhymes between babies up to 24 months and caregivers. This event will also be held at the Senoia Library at 10:30am.
The Central Library will host Spanish for Kids (3rd Grade and up). Learn Spanish in kid-friendly classes. Each session will teach conversational skills via informal instruction, song, and games. Please call or visit the Children’s Room at Central Library to register. Regular attendance is required in order to benefit from this program. Registration Required.
Boogie Burn Bootcamp! at Dance Depot(60-A Millard Farmer Ind Blvd Newnan) at 6pm. A fusion of yogajazz, hip-hop, salsa, & reggaeton. Burn 800 Calories or more! Dance Mix CD Included! For more information please contact Amity (77)683-4600.
Newnan Community Theatre Companywill hold auditions for “Dog Sees God” from 7pm-9pm. No experience necessary. For details on roles available, please visit the website.
Tuesday, Sept 21
The Carnegie Library(1 LaGrange St., Newnan) will host Story Time at 10am. Contact Amy Maple for more information (770)683-1347.
The Newnan Library will host Story Time at 10:30am. This themed story time for preschoolers includes stories, songs, games, and an arts and crafts activity to complement the stories. The Grantville Library will also host this event at the same time.
The Central Library will host Toddler Time at 11am. This themed story time for toddlers includes stories, finger plays, songs, movement, rhymes, games, and story-inspired craft.
The Central Library will host Art & About at 12:30pm. Children ages 6-10 are invited to join the Library for a special arts and crafts project. Registration is required.
Come support the Susan G. Koman Foundation as the Lady Indians take on the Lady Cougars in a Benefit softball game. This event will be held at the ECHS softball fields from 5pm-8pm. There will be many other activities including a bake sale and LOTS of prizes to be given away as well as activities for the kids. Come support this good cause while watching some great softball.
Wednesday, Sept 22
The Senoia Library will host Story Time at 10:30am. This themed story time for preschoolers includes stories, songs, games, and an arts and crafts activity to complement the stories. The Central Library will host this event at 11am.
The Central Library will host Internet Basics at 11am. Designed for novice computer user. Internet Basics introduces students to the World Wide Web, uniform resource locator (URL), types of Internet Service Providers (ISP),hyperlink and hypertext, features of the standard Internet Explorer Window, basic search skills, and netiquette. Successful students will be able to conduct successful searches, identify web address components, and navigate web pages. Registration is required.
The Newnan Library will host Lap Time at 10:15am and 11am. This themed story time for preschoolers includes stories, songs, games, and an arts and crafts activity to complement the stories.
Thursday, Sept 23
The Carnegie Library(1 LaGrange St., Newnan) will host Pre-School Story Time at 10am. Contact Amy Maple for more information (770)683-1347.
The ECHS homecoming parade will be held at 5:30 p.m. in downtown Senoia, with a pep rally immediately following the parade in Senoia. The Homecoming King will be announced at the pep rally. Full schedule of Homecoming Events.
Newnan High’s homecoming parade in downtown Newnan will be held at 6 p.m. It will be followed by a pep rally on the Court Square.
The Newnan Library will host Prime Time at 7pm. PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME targets families with children aged 6 to 10. Registration required. Light snack served at 6:30 p.m.
Friday, Sept 24
The Newnan Library will host Yoga Time at 9:15am. All Ages. Come stretch out your body and mind as you learn to relax with the ladies of Loosen up Yoga. Class will meet in the meeting room. Mats will be provided.
The Newnan Library will host Lap Time at 10:30am This themed story time for preschoolers includes stories, songs, games, and an arts and crafts activity to complement the stories.
The Carnegie Library(1 LaGrange St., Newnan) will host Armchair Travelers at 2pm. The topic is Visions of Austria. Contact Amy Maple for more information (770)683-1347.
The Grantville Library will host Movie Time at 3:30pm. All ages. Movies shown include children’s feature films (mostly rated G or PG) that have been recently released.
The Central Library will host Explore This: Math & Science at 5pm. 1st grade and up. This school aged program is meant to harness natural curiosity and help you better understand scientific or mathematical concepts. Each session includes an introduction of science concepts with stories as well as hands-on exploration and experimentation.
East Coweta High School will play their homecoming game at 7:30pm against the Luella Lions, with the crowning of the queen at half-time.
Saturday, Sept 25
Grantville will host the Crosstie Festival from 10am-9pm with live music through the day with well-known musicians, a parade at 1 p.m., and a street dance at 6 p.m. with The Checkmate Band. A motorcycle benefit ride will be registering at 11 a.m. The festival is honoring all branches of the military. For more information on vendor space contact Luttrell at [email protected] call (770)583-9013.
The Central Library will host Crafty Critters at 10:30am and 11:30am. An arts and crafts program that highlights various artistic movements and trends as well as special days and holidays throughout the year. Please note that to attend this program, you must call us at 770-683-2052 to reserve your spot. You can also reserve your spot in person at the Children’s Desk at Central Library.
The Asian Culture Festival will be held in Downtown Newnan from 11am-4pm. Food, live performances, games. Free admission. This event supports The Community Welcome House, a safe haven for victims of domestic violence. For more information please contact Amy Tai (770)304-3525 or [email protected]
The Central Library will host the Adventurous Book Club for Boys at 3:30pm. Ages 8-11. Come and enjoy a book club specially-designed with the school-aged boy in mind. Whether he’s an avid or reluctant reader, this book club is for him. Using The Dangerous Book for Boys as an inspiration, each month, books and short stories will be coupled with adventurous activities, making for a non-traditional book club environment. Themes may include camping, forensic science, reptiles, history, sports, or a variety of other topics. Sessions do not require that books be read in advance like a traditional book club, but recommendations for further reading will be available.