Here are a few of the upcoming events hosted by your MGA Library across all campuses.
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The Macon Campus Library will be hosting a book discussion with author Andy Davidson on Wednesday, March 27th at 2:00 P.M. The event will be held on the second floor of the library on the Macon Campus.
Wanting to be a part of a reading club but not sure if you can commit to a whole book? MGA Library’s Low Maintenance Book Club may be the group for you! The spring meetings will be February 26th, March 26th, and April 30th in the Macon Campus Library’s conference room at 2:00 P.M.
As the semester comes to a close, you may begin to wonder what to buy that hard-to-please friend or relative.
Your MGA Libraries are here to help! Did you know that you have online access to Consumer Reports through GALILEO? Consumer Reports investigates, researches, and tests products so that buyers can make informed decisions. Are you planning on making any big purchases next year? Check out the Consumer Reports 2019 Buying Guide and get Buying Advice at Your Fingertips.
The Macon Campus Library will host a board game event on Tuesday, October 30, from 3-6 pm to celebrate the American Library Association’s International Games Week. Feel free to wear a costume! We plan to play some horror-themed board games, a few classic games, and you may learn to play something new. Light refreshments. Enter to win a “The Walking Dead” themed prize.
It’s almost time for “Knight Fest 2018: The Hero’s Journey- Myths, Fables, Fairytales and Folklore!” The festival will take place October 8-11 and focuses on the journey of the mythical hero in classic myth as well as in various modern interpretations.
The #MGA Libraries hosts Knight Fest, a celebration of medieval culture. The event is a collaboration between the library, faculty members, and local organizations to showcase the medieval and medieval inspired. Knight Fest includes lectures, film screenings, and medieval reenactors.
If you’re doing research or looking for something fun to read your MGA Libraries have thousands of ebooks for you to download.
Did you know your MGA Libraries have Children’s Book Collections? Drop by the second floor of the Macon campus Library and/or the third floor of the Roberts Library on our Cochran campus to check out fiction and nonfiction books for children in pre-school through high school.
Your MGA Libraries Summer Hours begin Tuesday, May 29th in Macon, Cochran & Eastman and Monday, June 4th in Dublin & Warner Robins.