View or print out a monthly calendar to keep up with special events, storytimes, classes and other programs at your favorite Live Oak Public Libraries branch.
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Elephant and Piggie Party
Mother’s Day Craft
Mommy & Me Tea
Chef Warren Caterson: Presentation and Cooking Demonstration
Where The Wild Balloon Things Are!
Help “dig” Max out of trouble! Max finds Where the Wild Things Are, but then gets swept off course on an amazing, fun, hilarious adventure! Features characters from “Where the Wild Things Are,” “Green Eggs and Ham,” “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and more! May 5 - 15.
Poem In Your Pocket
5-7-5 Haiku For You
I Spy Colors
Open Mic Party
Earth Day Art
National Library Week: Family Reading Parties
Music Medicine Institute
Creative Writing Challenge
The results are in! Leopold’s Ice Cream and Live Oak Public Libraries recently asked Savannah Chatham County students to submit poems celebrating Savannah’s beautiful squares and the results were amazing. Two hundred and fifty poems, 13 winners and a lot of Savannah Pride!
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Tots and Tunes
Homeschoolers ages 7 to 11 and their families are invited to this specially designed program on the first Tuesday of each month. This month’s program will give a head start to the “Fizz Boom Read” Summer Reading Program with the exploration of simple machines and Rube Goldberg machines.
Southwest Writers' Group
Book Clubs @ Your Library
Starlight Silent Film Club
Film enthusiasts screen and discuss a silent film each month. New members are welcome. This month's selection is King Vidor’s influential and acclaimed feature “The Crowd” (1928) starring Eleanor Boardman and James Murray.