Carnegie Library announces Summer Programming Schedule


From Special Reports

The Newnan Carnegie Library has announced its Summer 2021 programming for children and teens. The Carnegie will be offering a variety of programs for different ages, both online and in-person.

The children’s programs that Carnegie staff will be conducting this year will include movement programs for babies and toddlers, cooking, book reviews, storytimes, STEAM, rock painting, crafts, and a drum circle. Program partners include Backstreet Arts and Keep Newnan Beautiful.

Teen programs will kick off on Tuesday, June 8 at 2 p.m. with Candy Sushi. Other teen programs include Maker Space Day, YA Movie Day, Teen Cooking Club, Rube Goldberg Day, Sharpie Tie-Dye craft, and Candy Olympics.

To see the full list of children and teen programs, please visit All in-person programs will require registration on Eventbrite at Programs will open for registration one week before the program begins. All online programs will be available on the Carnegie Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube pages at the time listed on the schedule.

Please visit to find out information regarding the Summer Storytelling Series from the Newnan Carnegie Library Foundation.

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