Did you miss our STAR program last week? Don’t worry - we will have more sessions in the future. In the meantime, don’t forget to look up tonight for the lunar eclipse, happening around midnight! ... See MoreSee Less
Statewide PINES service upgrades scheduled for this coming weekend.
From 6:00 PM Saturday, January 19th until 6:00 AM Tuesday, January 22nd PINES services (access to online accounts, access to the online catalog, etc) will be offline and unavailable. This upgrade may affect some third-party services as well.
We do know that users of RBdigital should still have access while there are no new account creations during this downtime.
The branches of the Twin Lakes Library System will close on Monday, January 21st in observation of Martin Luther King Jr. ... See MoreSee Less
Hi Folks! Just a reminder-- this program is this afternoon at 4:30pm. Please join us upstairs in the Mary Vinson Memorial Library to learn more about the STAR program and get your name on the waiting list!Join us as we debut our latest partnership with the Georgia College Astronomy Dept, and Cornerstones of Science: The STAR (Sharing Telescopes and Astronomy Resources) Program is designed to foster curiosity and deepen interest in astronomy and the night skies by providing quality telescopes and “hands-on” training to public libraries for use in science programs and for lending to patrons. The Mary Vinson Memorial Library has two, easy-to-use telescopes available for you and your family to check out from the library! This program will give you a basic understanding of how to use the telescope and how to enjoy the night sky with your family. We hope you'll join us! ... See MoreSee Less