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Crazy 8s Math Club at Chickamauga Library

Does your child think Math is boring? Are you struggling to come up with new ways to encourage and excite? Or do you have a child who just simply loves Math? We have got a program for you!

The Chickamauga Library is starting a Crazy 8s Math Club! This is for ALL math abilities. Fun games that utilize math principles. No worksheets or homework. Just fun!

There are two age levels. K-2nd and 3rd-5th. Each session is 1 hour. This club will run on every Thursday for 7 weeks, starting April 13th. K-2nd starts at 3:30; 3rd-5th starts at 4:45.

We have room for a maximum of 16 kids per session. Please call, email, or message if you want to participate.
706-375-3004; rroeder@chrl.org; Chickamauga public library

Introducing Mango Languages

Cherokee Regional Library is pleased to announce that it now offers the Mango Languages online language-learning system to its patrons.

Mango is free for all library patrons and can be accessed anywhere with an Internet connection. Each lesson combines real life situations and audio from native speakers with simple, clear instructions. The courses are presented with an appreciation for cultural nuance and real-world application by focusing on the four key elements of language learning: vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture.

Mango offers access to 60 foreign language courses and 17 English courses taught completely in the user’s native language. In addition to traditional language courses, Mango also offers access to a variety of specialty mini courses, like Pirate, Medical Spanish and romance courses. Mango can be accessed at the library, remotely, or even on-the-go with apps for iPhone®, Android™, Kindle® and Nook®.

We are thrilled to join the growing list of libraries across the country that offer Mango to their patrons. Some people need to learn a second language for business or travel. Others want to for personal or professional development. No matter the reason, learning a language should be fun. With Mango, it definitely is.

To learn more about Mango, stop by the library and ask a librarian for an introduction. Or, get started today by clicking here!