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Book Clubs @ Your Library

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Join a book group at one of our branch libraries, or find out how to start one on your own. Call or visit today!
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Fiber Arts & Needles Crafts

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Whether you knit, crochet, needle felt, embroider or any craft using fibers you are invited to bring your projects and share your experience and ideas. Beginners as well as seasoned crafters are encouraged to join.
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Daddy & Me

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This is a program for children 6 and younger and their dads or other male caregivers. Activities include songs, rhymes, stories, games, & playtime.
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Family Read Parties

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Bring your family and friends to a fun reading party at your library! Enjoy stories, games and crafts! For all ages.
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Every Child Ready to Read

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A free workshop to learn how to help young children get ready to read.
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Teens: What does your digital footprint look like?

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What kind of trail or “footprint” are you leaving online? Have you left traces of personal information about yourself out on the internet? Find out how to navigate the online world safely and respectfully in this special Teen Tech Week program.
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Neighborhood Forums

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Over the next year, the Coastal Georgia Community Indicators Coalition will be working to develop a comprehensive strategic plan for the community. In order to solicit public input, multiple neighborhood forums will be held throughout the County. Live Oak Public Libraries has partnered with the Coalition to help spread the word about this series of forums, several of which will be held in library branches.
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A Touch of China

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Traditional Chinese music professor Angela Wang shares her music and cultural expertise of the ancient Gu Zheng instrument, which dates back to 500 B.C. Angela has performed at the Confucius Institutes in China and throughout the U.S. Recommended for Teens and Adults
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Tax Assistance

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FREE! Feb. 3—April 15, 2015 Volunteers from the AARP Foundation, in partnership with the Internal Revenue Service, are assisting citizens with their State and Federal tax returns.
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Family Knitting Group

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A family style program in which experienced knitters share their tips and techniques with beginning knitters. Ages 8 and up. Call the library to register and for information on supplies. S.W. Chatham Library & Garden City Library
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Live To 100 and Beyond

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Current data from studies of American adults raise the possibility that a lifestyle pattern that includes a very low meat intake is associated with greater longevity. Jeff Adams of Heartbeats for Life-GA questions the wisdom of following a conventional diet and demonstrates how a delicious, nutritious, plant-based diet maximizes weight loss, enhances longevity and provides many disease preventative nutrients found exclusively in plant-based foods.
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Computer Classes

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Classes on various software, the Internet, and other related topics available at various branches. iPad Basics classes are back!
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Dog Days

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In this popular library program, children are encouraged to practice their reading skills with the most patient of listeners: therapy dogs. For readers ages 5 and up.
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LEGO® Club

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Think you're a master LEGO® builder? Join our LEGO® Club to hone your skills. Our monthly meetings will include a themed LEGO® build where you can create your own masterpieces! You may even find you work on display in the library. Ages 5 and up.
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Branch Calendars

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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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African American Genealogy Group

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The focus of this group is genealogical research that is unique to the African American community. Chaired by Mildred Reynolds, the group will share research strategies, skills and findings. Thursday, Feb. 12, 10 a.m.
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Storytimes

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Children’s librarians present stories, songs, music and a variety of activities.
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GED Classes @ the Library!

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Live Oak Public Libraries offers GED classes in partnership with Savannah Technical College.
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Getting Started in Genealogy

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Genealogist, speaker and author Charlie Bourland will teach this comprehensive 9-hour program. Call 925-8305 to register.
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