Never miss a beat. Know what’s going on at GCPL through the month of July. With 15 libraries in Gwinnett County we provide our customers with exciting and enlightening programs and resources for all ages. We’re highlighting some of our events—including, free classes, workshops, storytimes and much more—and you can always find more at gwinnettpl.org/calender/. We look forward to seeing you at your local branch.
Closed for Independence Day – July 4
All branches and administrative offices will be closed for Independence Day.
Super Messy Art! – July 5
Splash, stomp, roll, and smash! Join us for an hour of super-messy art outside. Dress for a mess! For ages 5 – 10.
Veterans Roundtable For All Vets – July 12
Gwinnett Library in Partnership with Goodwill Industries invites you to the Veterans Monthly Roundtable for coffee, comradery, and expert advice
Join us at Parkwood Farms Therapy Center, 2519 Parkwood Road in Snellville, to learn about butterfly gardens. Take a tour of the farm, check on the progress of the butterfly garden that was planted in June, and get some tips from library staff about how to photograph butterflies
Cupcake Wars – July 17
Battle it out in a cupcake decorating contest.
Ann Hite, Georgia Author of the Year – July 18
Gwinnett Library and the Gwinnett Quilters’ Guild present Ann Hite at their regular meeting. If you are interested in quilting or enjoy reading a good book, this meeting is for you!
Magic Show with Ken Scott – July 21
Comedy magician Ken Scott will be using a combination of magic tricks, storytelling, music, and audience participation in this thrilling 45 minute action packed finale performance! Don’t miss out on the fun!
Cooking class and demonstration focusing on good nutrition and cancer prevention in collaboration with The American Cancer Society.
Taste the World – July 25
Travel the world through your taste buds! Sample foods from other countries and learn about their food culture.
Gwinnett Politics and Beyond – July 27
Join the Gwinnett Democrats and the Gwinnett County Republican Party for a panel session to discuss the 2016 Presidential Election. Learn how each group envisions the future political landscape of Gwinnett County. Moderated by David Wickert of the Atlanta Journal Constitution.