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  • Testing page | Sequoyah Regional

    E-Library These services are available to all of our patrons who hold a library card in good standing. Click on an image to go to the database homepage. ​ Some databases require a library card number and/or PIN, which can be obtained using the Contact Us Form . Explora Explora for Elementary is EBSCO’s interface designed for elementary students. Students can browse topics of interest or search for a topic of their choice. Search results can be limited to source type (e.g., magazines, news, biographies, etc.) or by Lexile range. Explora-will need Galileo Password. Contact your local library branch to get your Galileo Password. Family Search FamilySearch lets you discover your family’s story through historical records. With FamilySearch’s collection of billions of records, you can piece together your ancestors’ history and bring their stories to life. Ebsco e-books The eBook Public Library Collection is a collection of nearly 41,000 titles chosen specifically for public libraries, this general reference collection features fiction titles for both adults and juveniles, as well as best-selling and highly-recommended titles from industry leading publishers (EBSCO) will need Galileo Password. Contact your local library branch to get your Galileo Password. Digital Learn If you are new to computers, haven't used them for a while, are a little unsure and uncomfortable, or just need a bit of a refresher, we have the tools to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed. Reference Solutions Reference Solutions (previously ReferenceUSA) is the premier source of business and residential information for reference and research. Reference Solutions is used by top libraries throughout the US for research, small business marketing, job searching and much more. A to Z World Culture A to Z World Culture is the most comprehensive country-by-country culture resource database available on the educational market today. e-read Kids eRead Kids collection offers more than 15,000 ebooks and eaudiobooks for children in Pre-K through 4th grade. Free access is available with your library card! Learning Express Learning Express Library is an interactive online learning platform featuring over 770 practice tests, tutorials, and eBooks related to job search and workplace skills improvement, career certification and licensing exam preparation, college entrance and graduate school admissions exam preparation. LearningExpress Library-Galileo-will need Galileo Password. Contact your local library branch to get your Galileo Password. Mango Mango Languages‘ language-learning resources help patrons, students, employees, and individuals learn 70+ languages online and on-the-go. Mango will need a GALILEO Password. Contact your home library location for details Entrepreneurial Learning Whether you want to build a business, transform your organization, or reinvent your career, an entrepreneurial mindset provides a new perspective. Enroll in entrepreneurship mindset training. ELI will need a GALILEO password. Contact your local library branch to get your GALILEO password. ABC Mouse Abcmouse.com helps kids learn to read phonics, and teaches lessons in math, social studies, art, music, and much more. For kids age 2 to kindergarten. Must use ABC mouse at the library. Must use ABC Mouse at the Library. Grow With Google SRLS is a partner with Grow with Google, which makes tools and digital skills training easily accessible online for free. As a partner we also receive resources to teach digital skills to our community at the library. Beanstack Beanstack is a website and app that allows you to track your reading and earn badges by participating in reading challenges. You can register as an individual, family or classroom. Beanstack also has the ability to send you book recommendations based on your profile information and reading habits. Driving Test Drivingtest.org is resource website that provides practice tests for the field of driver’s education. Heritage Quest HeritageQuest Online offers a collection of genealogical and historical sources – with coverage dating back to the 1700s – that can help people find their ancestors and discover a place’s past. It offers primary sources, local and family histories, and finding aids. HeritageQuest Online will need Galileo Password. Contact your local library branch to get your Galileo Password. Atlanta Journal Constitution A daily newspaper in the metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia. Access will require the current GALILEO password. Contact your local library branch to get your GALILEO password. NoveList NoveList Plus is the premiere database of reading recommendations. Libby / Overdrive Provides popular audiobooks, eBooks, music, and videos available for users to download. Use Libby for an easy way to borrow and read. Libby’s minimum iOS version is now iOS 10. To use Libby on an iOS device, users are required to update their device’s operating system to iOS 10 or newer. History Reference Center History Reference Center is the world’s most extensive full-text history reference database, featuring full text for reference books, encyclopedias, non-fiction books, periodicals and many other historical sources from leading history publishers. Will need Galileo Password. Contact your local library branch to get your Galileo Password. Ancestry Library Edition Discover your unique family history with billions of records from around the world, including census and vital records, immigration and passport records, plus periodicals, books and photos. Must use Ancestry Library Edition at the library. Gale Legal Forms Gale welcomes you to the most extensive free forms site available to library patrons. Thousands of legal forms available with more forms being added daily. Official, State Specific, Federal, Business, Personal, Real Estate and General forms covering hundreds of legal subjects and issues. Gale Legal Forms-Galileo-will need Galileo Password. Contact your local library branch to get your Galileo Password. Learning Express Learning Express is an interactive online learning platform featuring over 770 practice tests, tutorials, and eBooks related to job search and workplace skills improvement, career certification and licensing exam preparation, college entrance and graduate school admissions exam preparation. Will need Galileo Password. Contact your local library branch to get your Galileo Password. Ebook Central Ebook Central (ProQuest) From a single interface, researchers can access over 810,000 eBooks and 1,350 imprints from more than 650 publishers. Galileo Georgia Library Learning Online, more commonly known as GALILEO, is a virtual library operated by the University System of Georgia. There are numerous databases available, including abstracts and full-text. The Digital Library of Georgia is also part of the GALILEO system. Galileo-will need Galileo Password. Contact your local library branch to get your Galileo Password. Sequoyah Regional Library System 116 Brown Industrial Parkway Canton, GA 30114 770-479-3090 Jobs Contact Support Friends of the Library Closings Vendors EZ Student Access

  • Testing page 2 | Sequoyah Regional

    Explora You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Family Search Must use Family Search at the library EBSCO-ebooks You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Digital Learn Reference Solutions A to Z World Culture E Read Kids Learning Express Computer Flipster Mango Languages You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Entrepreneurial Learning You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. ABC Mouse Must use ABC Mouse at the Library Grow With Google Beanstack Driving Test Heritage Quest You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Atlanta Journal Constitution You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. NoveList Libby History Reference Center You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Ancestry Library Edition Must use ancestry at the Library Gale Legal Forms You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Learning Express You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Ebook Central Galileo You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Jobs Contact Support Friends of the Library Closings Vendors EZ Student Access SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER Sequoyah Regional Library System | 116 Brown Industrial Parkway | Canton, GA 30114 | 770-479-3090

  • Sequoyah Regional Library System 116 Brown Industrial Parkway, Canton, GA 30114, USA

    Click here to learn more EZ-STUDENT ACCESS Students can access physical and digital materials Read More > PRINT FROM ANYWHERE Online Printing from Home or Your Own Device Read More > LIBRARY OF THINGS Why Buy When you can Borrow Read More > EXPERIENCE PASSES The Sequoyah Regional Library System is pleased to offer passes for Free Read More > Hickory Flat Public Library Construction Project GET INVOLVED GIVE Friends of the Library Teen Advisory Board Events Beanstack

  • Con | Sequoyah Regional

    R.T. JONES – MARCH 9TH, 2024 PICKENS – MARCH 16TH, 2024 WOODSTOCK – MARCH 23RD, 2024 The Sequoyah Regional Library System presents 3 mini-conventions across multiple counties featuring popular fandoms, activities, and programs; all for free! All ages are welcome to participate in scheduled events that will take place at the Woodstock, R.T. Jones, and Pickens libraries! First hosted in 2016 to great success, Sequoyah-Con is now scheduled for 3 separate dates, so you can have fun at all of the branches throughout March! Speacial Appearances by... Events SRLS Beanstack Getting Started with Beanstack Check Out the SRLS Linktree Anchor 1 R.T. Jones Memorial Library: Nintendo Program Schedule Animal Crossing Villager Headbands: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Decorate a headband of your favorite Animal Crossing villager, or design your own! Materials will be provided while supplies last. Clay Kirby Craft: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Celebrate the cutest, roundest Nintendo resident by sculpting your own Kirby out of clay! This program will require some precision and fine motor skills but is open to all ages under 18. Children 12 years and younger must be accompanied by a participating adult. All materials provided while supplies last! Warp Pipe Flower Centerpieces: 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Come make a Mario-themed flower centerpiece perfect for any gamer’s table! Materials will be provided while supplies last. MarioKart Racing: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Calling all Mario kart fans! Join us for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on the switch and play against other patrons. Sign-ups will be at the start of program space is limited so it will be first come first serve. Splatoon Water-Blaster Painting!: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Hey squiddos, it’s time to splash some ink! Embrace your inner squid and use water blasters filled with paint to create your very own masterpiece that you can take home with you! Supplies will be provided along with aprons – it WILL get messy! Super Smash Bros Adult Tournament: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Challenger approaches! Show off your best combos on Super Smash Bros Ultimate on the switch! Sign-ups will be at the start of program space is limited so it will be first come first serve. Anchor 2 Pickens County Library: Disney Program Schedule Mickey Mouse Scavenger Hunt: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM Put on your detective hat! Take out your spy glasses! How many Mickey Mouse heads can you find hidden in the Pickens County Library? Bring your best guess up to the front desk to win a prize! Wreck-It Ralph: Lego Build: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM Help Fix-It Felix build up the city before Wreck-It Ralph destroys it. Legos will be available between 3:30-5pm. Princess Story Time: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM Hear ye, hear ye! Join us at 9:30am for Princess Story Time! Our visiting princess will read a story, sing songs, and answer the questions that our visitors might have! (She may even join you for photographs!) Children must be accompanied by an adult. Toy Story: The Claw!: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Bring The Claw to life with this Toy Story inspired competition. Make your own claw machine, then compete against your fellow patrons to see who can snatch the most “aliens” Children must be accompanied by an adult. Pick your Sidekick: Petting Zoo: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM Every Disney Prince or Princess needs the perfect Animal Sidekick! Buckner Family Homestead will bring their petting zoo so we can all find a fuzzy friend! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Marvel Superhero Showcase: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM The time has come to show off your superhero skills! Find out whether you’re agile like Black Panther, strong like the Hulk or as accurate as Hawkeye, complete each hero’s challenge and earn their trading card! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Paint your own Disney Character: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Bring your imagination to life as we gather together to create our own Disney characters! All children must be accompanied by an adult. Teen Magic Singdom Karaoke: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Teens! Be Our Guest and Bring Honor to Us All! Join us as we belt out some favorites in Magic Singdom Karaoke! No registration required. Mad Hatter Tea Party: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM The Hatter genially invites all to join us at Pickens County Library for afternoon tea! Drop in anytime between 2:00 and 3:00 for refreshments and crafts. Supplies are limited. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adult DIY Mouse Ears: 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM Calling all Disney Adults! Now’s the time to show your Disney Spirit and create your own unique Mouse Ears! From sewing your ears to picking the perfect bow, sign up to create your Disney masterpiece today! Registration is required. Nintendo Switch Tsum Tsum Festival: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Have a BLAST competing against your friends and family in Nintendo Switch Tsum Tsum party games. Choose your favorite Tsum and have a good time playing sports, dancing, mazes and so much more! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Jedi Training Academy: 3:30PM – 4:30PM Harness the power of the Force at our Jedi Training Academy. Meet and train with Jedi masters, then hone your skills in a pool noodle light saber battle. May the Force be with you! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Anchor 3 Woodstock Public Library: Lego Program Schedule Free Build with LEGOs: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM Come build and play with LEGOs at Sequoyah-Con! Located in the children’s area upstairs, we will have LEGOs out all day for building and creating. The only limit is your imagination! Attendees of all ages are welcome to build. LEGO Car Building and Racing: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM Let’s race some cars together! Use your imagination, creativity, and engineering skills to build your LEGO vehicles, then race against each other on the track and see who has the fastest car! You can build and race as many times as you want. Attendees of all ages are welcome to participate. LEGO Minifigure Poster Contest: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM Design your own LEGO minifigure for Sequoyah-Con 2024! Submissions will be on display all day at the Woodstock Public Library on March 23rd, and attendees will vote on their favorite design. The poster with the most votes will win a LEGO kit! Poster templates can be picked up and returned at the Woodstock and Rose Creek libraries. Posters must be returned by Monday, March 18th to participate in the contest. For participants of all ages. LEGO Scavenger Hunt: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM Can you find the LEGOs hidden around the library at Sequoyah-Con? Complete your scavenger hunt sheet for a prize! For participants of all ages. LEGO Craft: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM Stop by the children’s area upstairs for a LEGO-themed craft! All ages are welcome to craft with us. Available while supplies last. Let’s Build Together! Storytime: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM It’s storytime⁠—at Sequoyah-Con! Join us for singing, dancing, reading, and playing. Children must be accompanied by an adult. LEGO Harry Potter Dungeons and Dragons: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM Join Dungeon Master Shanna and the Woodstock Public Library for a special, Harry Potter LEGO-themed D&D 5e adventure for Sequoyah-Con! Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop RPG players of all ages are welcome but please keep in mind that this program may be too advanced for younger children. Registration required. LEGO Star Wars Dungeons and Dragons: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM Join Dungeon Master Rebecca and the Woodstock Public Library for a special, Star Wars LEGO-themed D&D adventure for Sequoyah-Con! Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop RPG players of all ages are welcome but please keep in mind that this program may be too advanced for younger children. Registration required. LEGO Pathfinder: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM Join Dungeon Master Luke and the Woodstock Public Library for a special, Lego-themed Pathfinder adventure for Sequoyah-Con! Pathfinder and other tabletop RPG players of all ages are welcome but please keep in mind that this program may be too advanced for younger children. Registration required. LEGO Snack Building: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Stop by our LEGO snack station and make your own LEGO graham cracker snack to enjoy. All supplies provided. No registration required. LEGO Speed Build Competition: 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM Test your LEGO building skills with the ultimate Speed Build Competition at Sequoyah-Con! There will be separate Kids (0-11), Teens (12-18), and Adult (19+) divisions. Each division’s winner will get a LEGO set for their prize! All ages welcome. No registration required, but space in the competition may be limited. LEGO Robotics Team Demonstration: 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM Meet the E.T. Booth LEGO Robotics Team. See some cool LEGO Robots and learn how one day you could become a First LEGO League team builder. No registration required. Computer Coding with LEGOs: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Learn how to build up your coding skills in Scratch by including LEGOs and other fun elements! Part of our day of Sequoyah-Con 2024! Kids of all ages and coding skill levels are welcome. All children must be accompanied by an adult. No registration required.

  • Partners | Sequoyah Regional Library

    Current Partners What Does It Mean To Be A Library Partner? Partnerships are a pathway for the Sequoyah Regional Library System to further support our Mission, Vision, and Values through a mutually beneficial relationship with longevity in mind. SRLS Partnerships can look like creating avenues for collaborating on public services, programming, cross-promoting, sharing resources, etc. The terms are generated by involved parties to ensure that they are mutually beneficial with shared responsibilities, purposeful, and sustainable for years to come. Interested in becoming a library partner? Reach out to us via our Contact Us page.

  • 3D Printing | Sequoyah Regional

    3D Printing Please review the 3D Printer Policy and Guidelines for Use before submitting a request. Policy: 3D Printers are available to the public to make three-dimensional objects in plastic using a design that is uploaded from a digital computer file. The Library reserves the right to refuse any 3D print request. The Library’s 3D printers may be used only for lawful purposes. The public will not be permitted to use the Library’s 3D printers to create material that is: Prohibited by local, state or federal law. Unsafe, harmful, dangerous or poses an immediate threat to the well-being of others. (Such use may violate the terms of use of the manufacturer.) Obscene or otherwise inappropriate for the Library environment. In violation of another’s intellectual property rights. For example, the printers will not be used to reproduce material that is subject to copyright, patent or trademark protection. Users must complete a 3D Print Request Form before their print job is accepted. Print jobs must be under three hours, unless approved by library administration. Only Library staff or patrons with a completed user waiver will have hands-on access to the 3D printers. Cost per gram is posted prominently near the machines and is established by the County Library Board of Trustees which may change the fee at any time by action of the Board of Trustees. Guidelines for Use (Library Staff Led 3D Print Request): Complete a 3D Print Request Form before print job is started. Print jobs more than 3 hours may not be available for immediate print. Cost of printing will be 15 cents per gram minimum charge of $3.00 per each print job You will be notified when your print job is complete. Items printed will be picked up within 7 days during regularly scheduled library hours, after which they will become property of the Library. Items must be picked up by the individual who requested the print job Print time will be scheduled by library staff. PLEASE NOTE : A “complete” print job does not always mean “successful.” The library will still notify you of completion even if it does not come out perfectly. Reprints will only be available in the event of machine malfunction. Failed prints due to errors within the 3D model (print file submitted) will still be charged for materials used. All print jobs are pending until approved by library staff. Guidelines for Use (Patron Led 3D Printer Reservation Request): Complete a 3D Print Request Form before the print job is started. 3D Printer Reservations are available to library cardholders ages 18 and older. Print jobs must start and end during library operating hours and take no more than 3 hours to complete. You can estimate the print duration for your 3D object using Cura Lulzbot , this 3D printing calculator , or comparing your 3D object to one of our samples shown later in this form. 3D printer users must remain on the library premises until the completion of their 3D print. Cost of printing will be 15 cents per gram minimum charge of $3.00 per print job. 3D printer filament will be provided by the library. Print time will be scheduled by library staff based on your request. Please wait to receive a confirmation of your reservation before coming to the library to print. PLEASE NOTE: A “complete” print job does not always mean “successful.” Reprints will only be available in the event of machine malfunction. Failed prints due to errors within the 3D model (print file submitted) will still be charged for materials used. All patron led 3D printer reservation requests are pending until approved by library staff. 3D Printing Request Form 3D Printing Waiver 3D Printing at SRLS Video

  • Ask Us | Sequoyah Regional

    Sessions allow you to receive one-on-one help by reserving time with a staff member at any of our locations. By scheduling a session, we can ensure you will have up to 30 minutes of uninterrupted, one-on-one help on a topic of your choice. We’re available in person, by phone, email, and virtual meeting. This is a great way to book a librarian! Ask Us! Sessions Our staff members can help you: Learn and use technology, like the 3D Printer or Digital Equipment ​ Locate quality resources for research projects ​ Access eBooks, eAudiobooks, magazines, and more from our eLibrary Explore our online catalog and browse databases Learn basic computer skills, email, and social media To request a session, please use the contact us form and select Ask Us! Sessions. ​ Share as much detail about your request as possible. A staff member will contact you within 3 business days, and a session will be scheduled within one week of contact (unless a later date is desired). Sessions are not available on weekends. You can also contact the library location of your choice directly. For reading recommendations or help choosing your next book, select “WHAT TO READ NEXT”. Please note that this is not a research service. It is designed to help you learn how to use our collections or services. We do not provide medical, legal, tax, or business advice or opinions.

  • Seed Libraries | Sequoyah Regional

    Seed Libraries The Sequoyah Regional Library System in partnership with the Master Gardeners in Cherokee & Gilmer Counties offer seed libraries. Seed libraries are at the following locations: Rose Creek Public Library R.T. Jones Memorial Ball Ground Public Library Gilmer County Library Woodstock Public Library The seed libraries are free to the public and allows borrowers to “check out” vegetable, herb and flower seeds. When seeds are checked out from the seed library, a form is completed. The seed libraries were started in order to encourage the community’s interest in home gardening. Seed saving is a tradition that allows for the selection and perpetuation of plants that have a particular value to a gardener. Saving the seeds of favorite plants for further use contributes to the biodiversity of local communities and connects family generations.

  • Admin | Sequoyah Regional Library

    About Your Library Administration Angela Cortellino Executive Director Angela@seqlib.org Paula Hagen Administrative Assistant phagen@seqlib.org Kara Rumble Deputy Director rumblek@seqlib.org Julie Wise Finance Manager wisej@seqlib.org Donna Ferguson Information Technology Director fergusod@seqlib.org Joan Osborne Collection Services Director osbornej@seqlib.org Rebecca Camp Patron Experience Manager campr@seqlib.org John Rodgers Operations Manager rodgersj@seqlib.org

  • E-library | Sequoyah Regional Library

    E-Library These services are available to all of our patrons who hold a library card in good standing. Click on an image to go to the database homepage. ​ Some databases require a library card number and/or PIN, which can be obtained using the Contact Us Form . Explora You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Family Search Must use Family Search at the library EBSCO-ebooks You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Digital Learn Reference Solutions A to Z World Culture E Read Kids Learning Express Computer Flipster Mango Languages You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Entrepreneurial Learning You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. ABC Mouse Must use ABC Mouse at the Library Grow With Google Beanstack Driving Test Heritage Quest You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Atlanta Journal Constitution You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. NoveList Libby History Reference Center You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Ancestry Library Edition Must use ancestry at the Library Gale Legal Forms You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Learning Express You can access this resource with your library card number and pin. Ebook Central Galileo You can access this resource with your library card number and pin.

  • Support | Sequoyah Regional Library

    Support Your Library Community support allows us to thrive. Here are ways you can help. Material Donations SRLS accepts material donations, up to 10 items, based on the following guidelines: Books (hardcover, paperback, trade, board, large print) published 2020 or later Audiobooks published 2020 or later DVDs and Blu-rays (no date limit) Games/Puzzles High demand/popular/best selling series and authors (any publication date) Examples: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Dork Diaries Agatha Raisin mysteries Debbie Macomber We do not accept the following: Magazines VHS tapes Audio Cassettes Encyclopedias Textbooks Any item in poor condition or that has writing, personal inscriptions, strong odors, or stains. Patrons wishing to donate more than 10 items and up to 5 boxes or items that do not meet donation guidelines have the following options: The Better World Books drop box in the R.T. Jones parking lot. The Woodstock Public Library, Pickens County Library, and Gilmer County Library will accept large donations on Tuesdays or Thursdays, 11am-5pm. Financial Gifts Financial gifts support our collection, programs and other library services. By making a gift, your money will be used for the greatest need of SRLS, unless otherwise directed. Financial gifts can be made online, via mail or in-person. To gift via mail or in person, please complete the Financial Donation Form (upload form) and mail or drop it off donation to one of our locations. Financial Donation Form Kroger Rewards Information Questions? Kroger Community Rewards Any transactions using the Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account will be applied to the program, at no added cost to you. Kroger donates annually to participating organizations based on your percentage of spending as it relates to the total spending associated with all participating Kroger Community Rewards organizations. The program is simple. If you shop at Kroger, you probably have a Kroger Plus card. When you register your Kroger Plus Card online, you can then select Sequoyah Regional Library as the organization of your choice. The SRLS Community rewards Account number is MW313. Partners SRLS is always excited to form new partnerships with businesses to support our community. Organizations and businesses can support the library through grants, in-kind services, materials donations, and by volunteering to offer free programs for the public at the library. Please send us an e-mail (rumblek@seqlib.org) or give us a call (770-479-3090 x 238) for more information about how you can get involved. Friends Of The Library Anchor FOL Each of our counties has a Friends group in operation. These groups are made up of volunteers who organize themselves independently to support our libraries. What does a Friends group do? Advocate for the libraries and library services, spreading the word about libraries and lifelong learning. Raise and contribute funds for supplemental books, materials, equipment and library programs. Volunteer to help with special library events, collaborative community efforts and reading programs for children and adults. Promote the use of the library, reading and literacy programs by all members of the community ​ Join Friends of the Library today and help support your library! Click the links below to learn more about each of our Friends group and become a member. Friends of the Cherokee County Public Libraries Friends of The Pickens Library Friends of Gilmer CountyLibrary Friends is a 501(c)(3) organization, your contribution is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

  • Library of Things | Sequoyah Regional

    Library of Things Why buy when you can borrow? The Library of Things is a collection of non-traditional library items that complement the Sequoyah Regional Library System ’s mission to connect people with ideas and opportunities to explore, learn and create. The purpose of the Library of Things is to provide diverse opportunities for learning and engagement. Abraham Lincoln Kit Abraham Lincoln Kit Assistive tool kit Assistive tool kit Blocks Rock Blocks Rock Board Games Board Games Book Club Bag Book Club Bag Chime Bars Chime Bars Chromebook Chromebook Cubelets Cubelets Early literacy kit : Alphabet Early literacy kit : Alphabet Early literacy kit : Counting Early literacy kit : Counting Early literacy kit : Letters Early literacy kit : Letters Energy Efficiency Kit Energy Efficiency Kit Musical Kit : Guiro Musical Kit : Guiro Kendama Kendama Laptop Tablet Laptop Tablet Launchpad Launchpad Little Bits Little Bits Makey Makey Makey Makey Q-Ba-Maze Q-Ba-Maze Math Flash Math Flash Picasso Tiles Picasso Tiles Observing pollinators Observing pollinators Puzzles Puzzles Sewing Machine Sewing Machine Snap-together blocks Snap-together blocks Spirograph® deluxe set Spirograph® deluxe set Parks discovery backpack Parks discovery backpack Musical Kit : Triangle Musical Kit : Triangle Musical Kit : Ukulele Musical Kit : Ukulele Wi-Fi HotSpot Radon Kits Wi-Fi HotSpot Wi-Fi HotSpot

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