April 3, 2019
APRIL 2019
Libraries = Strong Communities

How do you engage with the library? Libraries and library workers connect communities with valuable resources, programs, and services. Join us to celebrate National Library Week, April 7-13! Visit your library, share your story, and give a shout out to a star library worker.

Stories & Sketches

Local artist José Lucio presents special creative programs throughout the month of April! Enjoy interactive storytimes and art activities with this talented author and illustrator. Kids will meet new characters and have fun learning the basics of drawing. 

Building History

Trace the historic journey of the Chinese railroad workers who built the First Transcontinental Railroad and opened the country's western frontier 150 years ago. SCAD Professor Weihua Zhang will present research, photographs, archival documents, and a Q&A session.

Language Resources

Explore a new language today! Mango Languages offers more than 70 world language courses plus resources for English as a second language. Start learning on your computer or get the app for your mobile device. Mango is available online for free 24x7 with your library card.

Movies, TV, eBooks & More

Hoopla allows you to borrow movies, TV shows, audiobooks, ebooks, and more! You can stream titles now or download them for offline enjoyment later. Choose from hundreds of thousands of items at your fingertips anytime, anywhere. Hoopla is available online for free 24x7 with your library card.

Live Oak Public Libraries
Live Oak Public Libraries is a system of 16 libraries providing programs and services in Chatham, Effingham, & Liberty Counties. Our mission is to provide excellent, responsive service to enrich people’s lives, support lifelong learning and build and enhance our communities. In 2018, Live Oak Public Libraries provided services valued at more than $34 million, hosted more than 1.2 million patron visits, and were open to the public 37,000 hours.