Georgia’s Public Libraries: Making an Impact
Highlights from Fiscal 2017 Data
Libraries Impact Communities
The 2020 Census will have far-reaching impacts for political representation and government funding.Public libraries across Georgia are supporting a [...]
Dr. Diana Very (left) , director of Three Rivers Regional Library System, and library trustees Colleen Weinkle, Gloria [...]
To better serve the region’s rural, poor population, Mr. Childs drove the bookmobile to nine segregated schools and [...]
“We love our library. The people who work here are nice and there is so much to do. They have lots of activities for everyone in our family. We enjoy coming here.”
Libraries make communities better
Georgia’s public libraries provide access to movies, music, books, foreign language lessons, career readiness tools, college test prep materials… and a whole lot more. Millions of Georgians enjoy these resources every year, in-person and virtually!
Libraries Impact Families
Through programs such as Prime Time Family Reading Time, Get Georgia Reading, 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, and an annual Summer Reading Program, public libraries help prepare young Georgians for a lifetime of learning.