Special Lecture Series presented by Georgia Historical Society and Live Oak Public Libraries. Join us as author and historian Erskine Clarke discusses his new book, a Lowcountry story about the power of place and culture and its impact on human nature.
Leopold’s Ice Cream's and Live Oak Public Libraries present the 4th Annual Creative Writing Challenge.
This year it's a Poetry Contest in celebration of Savannah's beautiful squares!
Entry Deadline: Thurs., April 3, 2014
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Study U.S. History / Civics to prepare for the Naturalization Test and learn how to do the interview.
The class is presented by the American Red Cross and is free to the public. Space is limited and you are requested to make your reservation with the American Red Cross by calling 912-651-5371 or in person at the Red Cross office located at 41 Park of Commerce Way, Bldg. 200 (just off Chatham Parkway) in Savannah, GA.
The annual gala helps Live Oak Public Libraries Foundation raise funds to support programs and services in our public libraries. Your contributions strengthen and sustain opportunities for lifelong learning through 18 library branches and the website of Live Oak Public Libraries in Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty counties in southeast Georgia. Many Thanks to Our Sponsors