The library also is home to: A dialog computer database informational service. The nationally recognized Alvin G. and Lydia Todd Brown Symposium, which has brought such famous writers as Erskine Caldwell, Lillian Hoba, and Stuart Wood to Fitzgerald. A large meeting/conference room equipped with kitchen and restroom facilities. The Summer Reading Program for school children. Seminars and workshops on topics from tax preparation and genealogy to flower arranging and cooking. The Georgia Room--a complete genealogy library filled with journals, diaries, newspaper articles, old records, and photographs dating back to the founding of the Colony City in 1896.