Friedman Branch Library
Augusta-Richmond County Public Library System is happy to partner with Tia's Corner to provide a grief support group for children dealing with the loss of a loved one, divorce, or moving to a new city or school.
This support group will feature exercises, books, and games that help them work through the grief process and adjust to their new normal. To register for this class, please call Shirley Norman at 706-284-2124. For more information about Tia's Corner, visit their website at tiascorner.org
The Augusta Library
Ready, set, READ! The Augusta-Richmond County Public Library System is hosting a Summer Reading Program at all locations. For more information, visit augustaga.gov or call 706-821-2600.
The City Gallery
"Breaking the Barriers" is a collection of paintings that pay tribute to famous women visual artists created by Augusta-based artist Rhian Swain. This exhibit is curated by the Greater Augusta Arts Council.
Augusta Housing and Community Development Department
Notice is hereby given that the City of Augusta’s Housing and Community Development (HCD), Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) will host our regular scheduled meeting. The Citizens Advisory Committee shall act as a representative body for the citizens of Augusta, Georgia and serve in an advisory capacity to the Housing and Community Development Department (formerly known as Housing
and Economic Development) for all projects funded, or proposed to be funded, under the following HUD programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership, Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS (HOPWA), Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP), and Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Call 706-821-1797 for more details.
Warren Road Community Center
Augusta, Georgia's Planning and Development Department is hosting a forum to provide information on the city's Comprehensive Plan. To view this plan, visit augustaga.gov.