• Michael Ruskin The Vow program March 23rd.
  • Meet with a lawyer at Adairsville Library.

March 2023 Programs

Special Programs

Adairsville: The Basics Bartow Workshop
Fridays, February 24th & March 3rd at 10:30 am

The Basics Bartow, a nationally recognized public health campaign, will present five fun and simple ways to promote school readiness that are free and easy for parents to incorporate into their daily lives.  Participants will receive a Brain Bag with a book and toys to use during the workshop and at home.  The Basics is designed for children 0-5, but parents of all ages are welcome!

Irish Spice Bread Kit
Throughout the month of March

Stop by any of our branches throughout the month of March and pick up an Irish Spice Bread Kit! Each kit will include a pack of spices and a recipe,
as well as information about St. Patrick’s Day.

Senior Movie Matinee: Mack and Rita
Wednesday, March 1st at 10:30 am

Enjoy freshly popped popcorn and watch a movie on the big screen…. a monthly special event, for seniors only!

Homebuyer’s Seminar
Saturday, March 4th from 11 am – 1 pm
Join Ashley Rozier, realtor with Keller Williams, and gain knowledge on how to purchase a home in the current real estate market.

Topics To Be Covered:
*The Homebuying Process
*The Importance of Credit
*Do’s and Don’ts of Homebuying
*Financing Options

National Nutrition Month w/ UGA Extension Office
Tuesday, March 14th from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

During the month of March, everyone is invited to learn about making informed food choices and developing healthful eating and physical activity habits. We are partnering with the UGA Extension Office in Bartow County for this informational program. There will be a lesson, snacks, and a short walk!

Crafternoon: Button Flower Painting
Wednesday, March 15th from 3 pm – 4 pm

Be creative with buttons, paint, and a canvas! This button flower canvas will be fun to make as we “March” into Spring!

EVHS Presents: Dicksie Bandy’s Chenille Legacy
Thursday, March 16th from 6 pm – 7:30 pm

Susan Gilmore speaks about Dicksie Orine Bradley Bandy, a key driver in the industrial transformation and economic recovery of Northwest Georgia during the Great Depression. Born in 1890 near Folsom, Georgia,  the industry she built  became a vital part of the international textile and carpet industry. After WWII, she became the official Ambassador to the Cherokee Nation and led a campaign to restore a prominent monument to the Cherokee culture in Georgia. She was inducted into the Georgia Women of Achievement Hall of Fame in 1993.

Euharlee – Craft Hour for Seniors: Sun Catchers
Monday, March 20th  at 10:30 am

Join us to make a suncatcher that will brighten up your room..

National Nutrition Month w/ UGA Extension Office
Tuesday, March 21st from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

During the month of March, everyone is invited to learn about making informed food choices and developing healthful eating and physical activity habits. We are partnering with the UGA Extension Office in Bartow County for this informational program. There will be a lesson, snacks, and a short walk!

Adairsville – Ask a Lawyer Georgia Legal Services Program
Tuesday, March 21st from 12 pm – 2 pm

For Seniors 55+
Need to get advice from a lawyer?
This program provides free 10-20 minute consultations with volunteer lawyers for people who have legal problems to discuss but do not have a lawyer representing them. Remember to organize and bring all related documents, forms and court papers to your appointment! Come prepared with all questions written down: time is limited.

Please call 706-272-2924 to schedule an appointment or contact kbennett@glps.org

Build & Brew: Adult Lego Competition at Drowned Valley Brewing Company
Tuesday, March 21st at 5 pm

Join us for another Build & Brew meet-up at Drowned Valley Brewing Co. and participate in a light-hearted Lego competition for adults! On the third Tuesday of each month, library staff will head to the brewery with Legos in tow. We will set the competition theme for the night, and participants will be given an hour and a half to complete their build. Staff from Drowned Valley and the library will vote on the winner, and a prize will be awarded! The Lego creations from the night will be on display at the Cartersville Library for the week following the event so that you can show off your build. See you there!

Michael Ruskin Presents: The Vow: A Love Story and the Holocaust
Tuesday, March 23rd at 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm

In THE VOW: A LOVE STORY AND THE HOLOCAUST, Michael Ruskin, author and son of the late David and Dora Ruskin, who were Holocaust survivors from Lithuania, shares the true story of his parents’ extraordinary lives together in this previously untold story. As the last surviving member of his family, Michael’s mission is to keep their legacy alive through his book and deliver their inspirational story across the country. For more information about these two incredible souls who exemplified the strength of the human spirit and the power of love, visit: thevowalovestory.com.

Writing for Children: The Inside Story
Saturday, March 25th at 10:30 am – 12 pm

Sew Creative Jewelry Class
Saturday, March 25th at 1 pm – 4 pm

We will be making a stretch bracelet with semi precious stones and findings using 8 mm stones. All materials provided. Please bring a bead board if you have one. There is a $10 signup fee. Pay at the door.

Ways to sign up:
Library (call, email, or in-person)
Quilt Guild @Civic Center (Feb 21@ 6:30)

Quilt Guild Block of the Month
Monday, March 27th at 10 am – 3 pm

Euharlee: Cozy Mystery Tea Party Book Club
Tuesday, March 28th at 2 pm

Do you love cozy mysteries or just want to try one out? Fancy a spot of tea? Come join us at the Cozy Mystery Tea Party Book Club to share your current cozy mystery read and light refreshments!

Euharlee: What Has Trout Unlimited Done for You
Tuesday, March 28th at 6 pm

Speaker:  Robert Bold, President, Coosa Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Provides an overview of the mission and structure of Trout Unlimited from a national level down to individual chapters.  Outlines the history of the Coosa Valley Chapter and the projects, events and monetary support the chapter has provided to the community.

Crafternoon: Macramé Heart
Wednesday, March 29th from 3 pm – 4 pm

Want to create a beautiful macramé heart? We’ll show you how! Registration is not required. Adults only, please.

Regular Programs

Brown Bag Mystery Chat
2nd Mon. of every month 12:30 pm -1:30 pm.

Book Chat
Monday, March 20th from 6 pm – 7:30 pm

Mindful Meditation Discussion and Practice
Saturdays from  10:30 am- 12 pm.

We invite you to join us as we come together to explore mindful meditation. Classes are led by experienced mindfulness meditation leaders who volunteer their time, and each bring their own style of sharing and unique perspective to the group. Open to all. No cost. No experience necessary.

Etowah Valley Hand Spinners Meet-up
First Saturday of each month  from  1 pm- 4:45 pm.

If you have a passion for hand spinning and weaving, stop by our monthly Etowah Valley Hand Spinners Meet-up. Spend time with others who share the same passion for this ancient textile art!

Sit ‘N’ Stitch
Friday, February 10th & 24th  and Friday March 10th & 24th from 9 am – 12 pm

Needlecrafters of all kinds are encouraged to stop in for this group co-hosted with the Etowah Valley Quilt Guild. Bring your quilting, applique, embroidery, needlepoint, cross stitch, or beading projects to work on and for “show and tell.”  2nd and 4th Friday of each month.

Bring your projects with you for “show and tell.” We look forward to seeing you!

Mexican Train Dominoes
Thursday, March 2nd & Thursday, March 9th at 2 pm, Tuesday, March 21st at 10 am

Have fun playing Mexican Train Dominoes at the library. If you don’t know how to play, we’ll teach you! Adults only.

Thursday February 23rd, Monday, March 13th and Thursday, March 23rd at 2 pm

Have a great time playing Bingo at the library. Free! Fun! Prizes! Game play is for adults only.

TableTop Guild for Adults

Join our weekly Tabletop roleplaying games group at the Cartersville Library! Beginners and experienced players are welcome. Adults only, please. Most games/campaigns are open to new players. Feel free to drop in to watch or join in! For questions and inquiries about specific games, please contact Finley at cartersvilletabletopguild@gmail.com.

  • Tuesdays from 5-7:45pm: One-shots, board games, and other TTRPGs
  • Saturdays from 10am-1pm & 1pm-4pm: Ongoing bi-weekly campaign rotation

Knit & Crochet
Thursday, March 9th from 6 pm – 7:30 pm

Knitters, crocheters, and crafters of all kinds are encouraged to join us each month for socialization, encouragement, or possibly help with your current project.

Bring your projects with you for “show and tell.” We look forward to seeing you!