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The Bryan-Lang Historical Library of Camden County is hiring!
This position is responsible for the administration of the Bryan-Lang Historical Library including day-to-day operations, staff management, research assistance, and preservation and management of library holdings.
Please contact the Bryan-Lang Historical Library if you are interested in applying. More information can be found here: https://www.co.camden.ga.us/66/Bryan-Lang-Historical-Archives
Join us for our Big Read and Little Read activities and book discussions in February! Ask your local library for more information.
Do you like to read the newest and latest books while also supporting your local community? Discover a great new, local author on Indie Georgia! Read self-published e-books submitted through the SELF-e program at TRRLS and other public libraries throughout Georgia.
Are you interested in self-publishing but don’t know where to start? TRRLS is partnering with Library Journal and Biblioboard to offer an exciting opportunity for you to reach a wider audience by submitting your e-book for circulation throughout Georgia libraries and possibly libraries around the country! Use our Pressbooks Public platform to get your e-book ready and in proper format for submission to SELF-e!
Families can check out stuffed backpacks at Georgia public libraries!
Beginning the weekend of Sept. 30, Georgia residents will be able to check out a stuffed backpack kit at any of the state’s 400-plus public libraries and, in combination with an already available state ParkPass, take it with them on a free visit to any of Georgia’s State Parks & Historic Sites. Each co-branded kit includes a sturdy, five-pocket backpack containing a pair of 5×30 binoculars, a guide to Georgia’s State Parks & Historic Sites and foldout Pocket Naturalist Guides to Georgia Wildlife, Georgia Birds and Georgia Trees & Wildflowers.
The kits are the latest additions to the popular ParkPass library loan program, which will celebrate its 10-year anniversary in the coming year. More than 100,000 families have checked out and used a ParkPass since Georgia Public Library Service and Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites began the program, which has saved residents more than $1 million in admissions and parking fees.
The loan period for the backpack kits is one week, matching that of the ParkPasses, which must be checked out separately.