January 9, 2020
New Year's Resolutions

What are your New Year's resolutions? You can find self-help books, healthy living magazines, career resources, and exercise classes at Live Oak Public Libraries. Visit us online or in person to learn a new language, create a healthier lifestyle, build job skills, or try yoga!

Creative Writing Challenge

Join the 10th Annual Leopold's Ice Cream Creative Writing Challenge! Open to all students K-12. Youth are invited to share poetry based on the theme "Imagine Your Story." The deadline for submissions is February 7, 2020.

Wi-Fi Upgrades

Libraries have upgraded Wi-Fi service to provide faster and more reliable internet, with increased capacity and improved coverage at libraries. The updated service allows patrons to use their own tablets, laptops, or phones to easily connect to library internet and e-resources.

Medicare Classes

Are you new to Medicare or need a refresher? Get answers to questions and make informed health decisions. The GeorgiaCares State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) presents information about benefits, enrollment, coverage, costs, and supplement policies.

Fiber Arts Programs

Start off the new year with creativity! Make your own fiber art version of Rabbit's Garden inspired by the Winnie the Pooh books by A. A. Milne. Local artist Chance visits from the Savannah Cultural Arts Center to present this program. Recommended for ages 5-11.

Georgia Historic Newspapers

Are you a researcher, fan of history, or following your family tree? The Digital Library of Georgia has released newly digitized, full-text searchable Georgia Historic Newspapers. Free access does not require a library card. Items from our area include The Savannah Daily Herald.

What's All That Jazz

Coming in February for Black History Month, jazz saxophonist and music educator Shenole Latimer will share his love of jazz and trace its roots in African-American history. Ages 6 and up.


Get the PINES App and you will always have your library card with you! Available for Android or Apple. Search the catalog, place items on hold, renew items you have checked out, and more. Your PINES library card gives you access to 11 million items at 300 libraries across Georgia.

Holidays & Closures

Live Oak Public Libraries will be closed on Monday, January 20 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

PINES online services will be unavailable during annual upgrades scheduled for January 18-21.

Ebooks, audio, video and more are available online 24/7 at liveoakpl.org/elibrary!
Live Oak Public Libraries
Live Oak Public Libraries is a system of 16 libraries providing programs and services in Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty Counties. Our mission is to provide excellent, responsive service to enrich people’s lives, support lifelong learning and build and enhance our communities.