April 6, 2021
April 2021
National Library Week

April 4-10, 2021: National Library Week highlights the valuable role libraries, librarians, and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening our communities. We invite you to read the Live Oak Public Libraries 2020 Community Report and see how our libraries empower individuals and make our community more resilient.
Share Your Library Story!

What does your library mean to you? Do you have a great story or memory about libraries? How has Live Oak Public Libraries made an impact in your life? Your library is always here for you, whether you visit in person or online. Tell us what you love about your library!

Pop-Up Outdoor Storytime

Tuesdays & Thursdays in April at 10:30AM: In-person Storytime is back and coming to a library lawn near you. Come on over for a socially distanced, outdoor Storytime! Bring your own blanket or seating and enjoy stories and songs in the sun. Masks required for ages 6 and up. Weather permitting.

Seed Library

It's Springtime! Do you have a green thumb or are you an aspiring gardener? Check out the Seed Library at Southwest Chatham Library. We offer seeds to anyone who visits. A library card is not required and there is no cost to borrow seeds. You can also find us this weekend at the Forsyth Farmers' Market on Saturday, April 10 from 9AM to 1PM!
Improve Your Credit Score:
Online Workshop

Monday, April 12 at 6PM: During Money Smart Week, join us for a virtual program presented by Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Savannah. Learn tips on disputing errors, building credit, and boosting scores. Please register in advance at (912) 691-2227 or click here.
Virtual Discussion Groups

Do you miss your book club? Are you looking to discuss some favorite films, terrifying texts, and more? The Library has fun-filled and informative virtual programs for all ages! Check out our online calendar for programs, dates, times, and details.

Lunch & Learn: Genealogy

Wednesday, April 14 at 12PM: In case you missed it last month, check out this introductory class in genealogy research methods. Our reference staff will provide information on useful resources you can find online and at the library.

Books on the Go!

Live Oak Public Libraries provides homebound services for customers who are not physically able to visit the library. Books on the Go allows you to request library materials for free delivery and pickup by mail. For more information, contact Pat Bradley at (912) 927-4079 or email bradleyp@liveoakpl.org.
Lunch & Learn:
Interview Tips for Success

Wednesday, April 28 at 12PM: Need help acing that interview? Learn new skills and get tips on the the ins and outs of interviewing so you can get going with the next step on your career path.

Recommended Reading:
Spring into Reading

Let's get moving! Learn more about incorporating physical movement into reading in the latest library column via the Savannah Morning News. Youth Services Librarian Kasey Haessler writes about books that will engage you and your kids.
Click here for links to recommended reads.
Passes to Parks & Museums

Did you know your library card allows you to check out free passes to state parks and cultural centers locally and across Georgia? *Due to health and safety concerns related to coronavirus, the availability and status of some passes and partnership programs may be impacted.

Free Tax Assistance Extended

Need help with your taxes? Even though in-person assistance is not available at the library, you can get help with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program through the Neighborhood Improvement Association. Call (912) 447-5577 for details.

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.