Savannah, GA, April 3, 2019
Live Oak Public Libraries
National Library Week
April 7-13, 2019. This year's theme of "Libraries = Strong Communities" highlights public libraries as valuable community assets. Libraries are central to connecting our communities to vital resources, programs, services, and knowledge.
Live Oak Public Libraries patrons are highly engaged, with more than 1.2 million items borrowed annually, 450,000 computer/online sessions conducted, and 100,000 attendances at library-sponsored programs. The library system hosts more than 1 million visits a year and has more than 100,000 active library card holders.
Libraries also offer greater access to technology through online resources. From ebooks and eaudio to on-demand digital media services for streaming video, many library services are available 24/7 on all types of mobile devices.
Live Oak Public Libraries serves Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty Counties and each County Board of Commissioners recently issued a Proclamation for National Library Week in recognition of, "... the essential contributions our libraries provide in promoting reading, lifelong learning, and civic engagement..."
In celebration of National Library Week, Live Oak Public Libraries invites the community to visit their local library to participate in a variety of programs and activities throughout the month. More information is available at