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Get Free Stuff from the South Georgia Regional Library!

Get Free Stuff from the South Georgia Regional Library!

You can get FREE stuff with your South Georgia Regional Library card! Here’s everything we found from your local library system.

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Get FREE access to online services like these:

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Mango Languages can help you learn over 60 new languages absolutely free!

Overdrive gives you free access to popular e-Books and audio books!

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RB Digital Magazines gives you free access to thousands of magazine subscriptions. Read them directly on your tablet, phone or desktop computer!

ArtistWorks for Libraries provides self-paced video lessons from Grammy Award winning musicians and other artists. Subjects include vocal lessons, art classes and more!

LearningExpress Library provides access to learning tools and a career center. You can practice for career exams, improve workplace skills, get homework help and even study for the US Citizenship Exam! If you’re studying for a CDL, ASVAB, CFAT, or another professional or occupational test, this is a priceless resource!

Subscription services like Encyclopedia Brittanica, EBSCOhost, ProQuest and more!

On-site events include toddler time, family story time, craft times, Lego Club, homeschool groups, teen book clubs, computer classes, parenting classes, GED classes, ESL classes and even free Legal Help services!

Students can also get homework help from exclusive subscription services like Learning Express Library, IPL2 For Kids and more!

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The South Georgia Regional Library has been serving the local community since 1875. Since that time, the library has expanded to serve Lowndes, Echols and Lanier Counties. The main library is located at 300 Woodrow Wilson Drive in Valdosta, GA.

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Nevertheless, all Georgia residents are entitled to receive a Georgia Library PINES card. PINES stands for Public Information Network for Electronic Services. Basically, the idea is that all Georgians should be able to receive the shared benefits of the libraries in Georgia.

Find freebies at other nearby libraries!

 

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