Join the Georgia Room the first Monday of each month (or as otherwise scheduled) for a special research topic. As of this time, all programs are in person with masks encouraged for attendees. Each program begins at 6 pm unless otherwise noted.
If you are interested in past programs or would like to request information for future programs, please call us at 770-528-2333 or email us using the contact form on our About page. All scheduling changes will be listed here.
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The History of Georgia Breweries
Switzer’s Community Room, Saturday, April 1, 3pm
From its earliest colonial days to the present, breweries have always existed in Georgia. The Georgia Room will present a lecture on the state’s long and complicated history with brewing, alongside a guest presentation with one of Red Hare’s brewers!
Marietta Trivia Night
Red Hare’s Still on the Square, Wednesday, April 5, 7 pm
The Georgia Room is teaming up with their friends at the Marietta History Center and Red Hare Brewing & Distilling Company to host a Marietta history themed trivia night at Red Hare’s Still on the Square!
Mary Phagan and Leo Frank
The Georgia Room’s Conference Room, Wednesday, April 26, 6 pm
On the 110th anniversary of the death of Mary Phagan, the Georgia Room is presenting a lecture on her murder and the ensuing trial and lynching of Leo Frank.
The Georgia Room, Monday, May 1, 6 pm
Do you have a favorite moment in Georgia history that is grossly underwritten about on Wikipedia? Come to the Georgia Room for an edit-a-thon where we will research and write about our favorite Georgia topics and add them to Wikipedia!