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Live Oak Public Libraries Offers Something for Everyone

Live Oak Public Libraries Offers Something for Everyone

With two branches located in Springfield and Rincon, Live Oak Public Libraries serves residents of all ages with free access to entertaining educational programming, print publications and digital resources.

Children can enjoy programs like storytime and LEGO Club at both locations, get help with their homework and gain fine-free access to library materials. The Springfield branch hosts a weekly Teen Writers Club for youth ages 12-17 to share their creative writing pursuits.

“Without the library my girls would have missed out on meeting new people, learning how to interact with different personalities, educational activities, and most importantly a love of books. There is no way I could replicate the learning experiences offered through the library,” said Chair of the Effingham County Library Board Erica Biezenbos.

Adults can use the library to achieve their goals, whether it’s finding a new job, learning a new skill or discovering a new book series to read.

The library is a key tool in bridging technology gaps. Patrons can use computers and internet at the library or check out a laptop and WiFi hotspot to use at home.

For those who want to venture out, the library also has free passes to Georgia State Parks and the Telfair Museums available to check out for a day or weekend trip.

See all of the Library’s upcoming Events at