Ms. Shirley Hunter, a self-taught artist, will display her oil paintings at the Brunswick-Glynn County Library during the month of June. Her family life themed art often brings back fond memories and a smile to those who view it.
Little builders, 2 and under, and their caregivers are invited to Saint Simons Island Public Library for an hour of unstructured play.
June 14, 2017 - 11:00 am
Researching Your Family: Navigating Wills and Probates
St. Simons Island Public Library
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Wills are one of the most important documents you can find to help you put the family puzzle pieces together. They will give you an insight in to the family and their lifestyle.
This 54 minute instructional podcast from Ancestry.com will give you hints and tips on researching your family with these important documents. –Meets in Casino, Room 108
Sponsored by Coastal Georgia Genealogical Society and Marshes of Glynn Libraries
Teens will explore the unique buildings of Glynn County and then produce an illustrated book of these amazing structures. Local artist Sally Gazaway will instruct the club members in watercolor illustration and guide them in the creation of their book. The book will become part of the libraries’ collections. Each club member will be given a copy of the book. An art show of the illustrations will be held at the Brunswick library in August. The camp will be held at the Brunswick-Glynn County Library. Space is limited. Reserve your spot by calling 912-279-3738 before June 1.
Bring along your cup of coffee and wake up your brain every Wednesday afternoon with a game of Scrabble. Can’t make it every week? That is OK; join us when you are able. Adults and teens are welcome.