Entries from Events tagged with 'history'

It’s Character That Counts!


Local author and World War II veteran Paul Grassey will discuss his book, “It’s Character That Counts”. Grassey uses his memoir to spotlight individuals from his school days and military service who exemplify the behaviors essen􀆟al to posi􀆟ve character development and success in life.

Savannah History: A Unique Perspective


Charles L. Hoskins, local author, historian and minister, will discuss Savannah history from his very personal and unique perspective. Father Hoskins is the author of eight books and a regular customer of Live Oak Public Libraries. His research into what he describes as “history,” not black or African American history, will provide fascinating insight into the narratives and lives of local history.

Savannah's Jewish Community: A Legacy for Our Future


Live Oak Public Libraries presents the TREE Loft at the Bull Street Library, a dynamic interactive space showcasing our communities. The inaugural exhibit "Savannah's Jewish Community: A Legacy for Our Future," opens to the public Tues., Sept. 16 in partnership with MorningStar Arts.


Islands Library will be closed Monday, September 22, and will reopen Tuesday, October 14, at their new location at 50 Johnny Mercer Blvd. (Whitemarsh Island Rd. & Johnny Mercer Blvd.)