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Holidays at the Hall County Library

Posted by Laura Losch on December 8, 2008

Are you looking for something fun to do during the school winter break? Check out the activities at the Hall County Public Library.

Holiday Hullabaloo

The week of December 15-19, the Gainesville Branch, Blackshear Place Branch, and Spout Springs Branch will have daily activities for all ages—crafts, storytelling, movies, storytimes, and much more. Take a look at the activities on their website (www.hallcountylibrary.org) by clicking on the link to Holiday Hullabaloo on the homepage.

Give Me a Break Movie Matinees

The library’s December Give Me a Break Movie Matinees have been incorporated into their Holiday Hullabaloo celebration. You can see the information through that link or the movie link. The Spout Springs Branch is also participating in Give Me a Break Movie Matinees. Gainesville has movies scheduled through March 2009. Spout Springs’ schedule for 2009 is coming soon. (Adults must be accompanied by a child.)

There are all sorts of great programs linked on the Hall County Public Library web page.  The links to “Adult Activities” and “Children’s/Teens’ Activities” are under “What’s Happening.” There’s something for all ages. And don’t forget you can always check out three books here at school to read over the winter break. Happy Holidays!

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