September 2018

Milledgeville Matters | Library Fair 2018 and the new Sensory Club

Sep 19, 2018
The Twin Lakes Library System's 38th Annual Library Fair offers Books, Food, Fun, Midway Games and a Bake Sale on Saturday, September 22.

Youth Services Coordinator Sarah Hamil invites you to the Twin Lakes Library System's 38th Annual Library Fair and talks about how it benefits programs like the Library's new Sensory Club.

The Sensory Club explores the senses--Audio, Visual, Tactile, etc.--in an environment that is comfortable and safe for creativity, learning and fun. The new program hopes to provide a monthly activity for young library patrons who may not be comfortable in some of the Library's larger childrens events and programs.

Mississippi John Doude writes the soundtrack of the Natchez Trace on Yockanookany

Sep 17, 2018
Milledgeville musician Mississippi John Doude released the album Yockanookany on September 1st.

On a special edition of Milledgeville Matters, local musician Mississippi John Doude talks about and shares music from his new album Yocaknookany.

Yockanookany is a musical journey down the Natchez Trace Parkway, a historic route connecting Natchez, MIssissippi to Nashville, Tennessee. Through a collaboration with multi-instrumentalist Jonathon Hill, Mississippi John Doude offers ten original tracks reflecting the beauty of a natural corridor that has moved inhabitants across this land since its beginning.

The Times Talk on Georgia College Connections | More Or Less Speech: The 1st Amendment On Campus

Sep 05, 2018

On this edition of theTimes Talk on Georgia College Connections, Mass Communication Professor Pate McMichael joins host Daniel McDonald to preview the upcoming Times Talk entitled "More or Less Speech? Georgia’s new law and your First Amendment rights on campus.”
This Times Talk took place at noon, Wednesday, August 29 in the Ina Dillard Russell Library at Georgia College.
The following articles will be discussed during this program and the "More or Less Speech? Georgia’s new law and your First Amendment rights on campus” Times Talk: