Recurring movement-based programs in Georgia Public Libraries – contact the libraries to confirm availability of programs. Please add to or correct this information by using the form on the bottom of this page.
Whole State – Check out passes to State Parks in Georgia Public Libraries. Also check out backpacks to aid in outdoor explorations.
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System – http://www.afpls.org/events – Yoga on multiple days/times at multiple branches, Tai Chi Monday evenings at Sandy Springs Branch, A Line Dancing class is held most Tuesday mornings at the NE/Spruill Oaks Library.
Chattahoochee Valley Library System – http://www.cvlga.org/ – Rhythm & Rhyme Music Time for young children offered Friday mornings at 10:30 a.m. and 11:05 a.m. at Columbus Public Library. The North Columbus Public Library also has Fitness Fridays, a monthly walking club.
Chattooga County Libraries – http://chattoogacountylibrary.org/ – offers Atlanta Zoo passes for check out as well as Playaways that are promoted to be used while walking and exercising. Each summer there are events such as yoga, martial arts, and other exercises classes at the Summerville branch.
Commerce Public Library – http://commerce.prlib.org/ – Yoga offered Mondays at 6 p.m., Kidsercise offered Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. for ages 18 months-4.
Hall County Library System – http://www.hallcountylibrary.org –
Yoga on Wednesday mornings and Zumba on Thursday nights at Blackshear Place Branch
Kinect Family Fun Night at our North Hall Tech Center
Yoga every Monday night at the Gainesville Branch
Walk-a-Weigh – every Monday during April 2018 – informative presentation (Health, nutrition, physical activity) followed by walk through the neighborhood – Presented by the UGA Cooperative Extension Office
Hart County Library – http://www.hartcountylibrary.com/ – Qi Gong offered Tuesday evenings from 5:30 to 6:15 PM; Yoga and Zumba offered once a week in the evenings.
Henry County Public Library System – https://teamup.com/kscaecbedc3163c85e – Zumba Monday nights at Locust Grove library.
Live Oak Public Libraries – http://www.liveoakpl.org/ – Chair Yoga and Power Yoga offered at multiple branches/times; Music & Movement/Read, Sing, Play! storytimes at multiple branches/times; Baby Play Date at multiple branches/times; Ballet Classes for Kids at Bull Street Library.
Marshes of Glynn Libraries – http://moglibraries.org/monthly-calendar/ – Lunchtime yoga offered Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m. at Brunswick-Glynn County Library.
Newnan Carnegie Library – https://www.newnancarnegie.com/ – Gentle Yoga on Wednesday afternoons, and Exercise is Medicine Monday and Friday mornings.
Smyrna Public Library – http://www.smyrnacity.com/your-government/departments/smyrna-public-library – Library checks a Zoo Atlanta informational DVD which comes with a pass for free admission for up to four visitors. The library has a Smyrna Strong collection, which includes a collection of fitness equipment, board games that require movement, and hiking backpacks.
Twin Lakes Library System – http://tllsga.org/events-calender/ – Adult Yoga offered Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. at Mary Vinson Memorial Library.
West Georgia Regional Library – http://www.wgrl.net/ – Weekly yoga Tuesdays at 6 p.m. at Carrollton; Fitness Fridays at Crossroads Branch; Little Shakers for ages 2-6 once a month at Dallas Branch; Warren P. Sewell Memorial Library Bowdon Branch offers Build a Better Body by Walking Mondays and Tuesdays, 5 p.m.; Warren P. Sewell Memorial Library Bremen Branch offers Walking group Mondays at 4 p.m., and Yoga at 6 p.m.; Maude P. Ragsdale Public Library in Hiram offers Wiggles and Giggles for children- once a month on Mondays at 10:30 am; New Georgia Public Library in Dallas offers Movers and Shakers for children once a month during the summer on Friday at 1 p.m., and twice a month Fall-Spring on Wednesday afternoons; Crossroads Public Library in Acworth offers Musical Tots every other Friday at 1 p.m., Fitness Fridays for all ages at 9:15 am, and Workout Tuesdays for adults on Tuesdays at 1:00 pm.
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