All of our online services will be unavailable this Sunday, August 2nd. We are moving to a new server and the move will affect our website and Overdrive. We should be back in service first thing Monday morning. We are sorry for any inconvenience the down time may cause.
Time for a Facelift at the Library!
We will be launching a new website and online catalog in November, and so we have decided it is also time to update our logo, and consider a new name for the District! Let us know your ideas for the name change! Fill out a slip at your library with your suggestion or email your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We've come a long way since forming the District 14 years ago and we're looking forward to finding new ways to help you for years to come.
Position Open at the Elizabeth Library
The Elizabeth Branch has an opening for a Library Aide. Applicants must be at least 16 years old, proficient in basic computer skills, able to work evenings and every Saturday and possess reliable transportation. Position pays $8.24 per hour. Please see the list of qualifications, duties and responsibilities for this position under District Information/Employment Opportunities if interested. Return application to the Elizabeth Library or email to email@example.com.
Last Week for Summer Reading!
Turn your logs in by end of day on Thursday, July 31st, for the prizes and drawings!
Elbert Library is Almost Ready!
The Elbert School building is almost complete! That means the Elbert Library will be open again soon! Save August 16th at 11:00 a.m. on your calendar for the ribbon cutting at the main entrance.
eSebco Books Now Available
The Elbert County Library District now offers electronic books from Sebco Books. These are currently available in children's non-fiction only. Many of these books are interactive; allowing children to view more content, videos, games and more.
To access these books simply click on the Sebco Books icon. You will need the following information to access the books.
ID code: your library card number
1000 Books before Kindergarten!
1000 Books before Kindergarten is a great way to start building early literacy skills with your preschooler. - Click Here for more information.
Elizabeth Area Chamber of Commerce Community Calendar