March 4, 2021
March 2021
Spring into Reading

March 1 - 31: Put a little spring in your step and get reading! All ages can participate - just log your time, and earn rewards as you go. Complete six hours of reading to finish the challenge be eligible to win a grand prize. Get started today at

Readers Focus Groups

Monday, March 8 at 10AM or 6PM
Do you enjoy reading? We want to hear from you! Join us for an online discussion and help shape the library's collection. Share your voice. We value your insight and hope you can chat with us.

Career Readiness

Monday, March 8 at 11AM
Get going on your career path! Learn tips for job searches, resume building, interview skills, and soft skills. Join us for this free virtual program presented in partnership with Foy Staley and Alan Bernstein of HR Office Savers.

Lunch & Learn: Genealogy

Wednesday, March 10 at 12PM (introductory)
Wednesday, March 24 at 12PM (in-depth)
Check out one of these classes in genealogy research. Find out about helpful resources you can access online and in the library's collections.

National Reading Month

It's National Reading Month! How are you celebrating? Connect with your library to check out reading recommendations, try a virtual book group, or explore a new format. Discover a lifelong love of reading.

Recommended Reading:
African-American Culinary History

Are you hungry for some history? Learn more about African-American culinary traditions in the latest library column in Savannah Morning News. Reference Librarian Naftal Jahannes writes about ingredients and influences that impact what we eat, even today. And do not miss these recommended reads.
National Nutrition Month

Grab & Go Meals are now available in Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty Counties, with expansion to Hinesville and Midway-Riceboro Libraries. The program provides free, healthy food for the community, through America's Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia.

Women's History Month

Celebrate women's stories and explore a diverse group of authors through the Read Woke Female Voices Reading List. Adults, teens, and children can find links to books as well as e-resources in our collections.

Youth Art Month

March 1 - 20: Take some time for radical self-care. Youth are invited to be a part of a collaborative art project with Sulfur Studios. Pick up a craft kit at Bull Street Library and create a mixed media collage. Then return your artwork to Bull Street Library for the opportunity to be showcased at the library!
Gale Legal Forms

Did you know? You can use your library card to access and download legal documents for free. Search by topic or category for sample forms that are specific to Georgia. Get started with the GALILEO password and click here for video tutorials.

COVID-19 Emotional Support

As we mark one year of the global pandemic, remember that you are not alone. The Georgia COVID-19 Emotional Support Line is available daily from 8AM to 11PM. Call or text 1-866-399-8938 for free counseling services and referrals to community resources.

Live Oak Public Libraries
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