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Lee County Library cardholders can enjoy some great deals, even from the comfort of their own homes!
Lee County Library offers Cultural Enrichment Passes!
Adult library cardholders can check out cultural enrichment passes from the library! The passes can be kept for seven days but they cannot be renewed or placed on hold. It is important to realize that you can only check out one pass per venue per year. Unless otherwise noted, the pass is available at all branches in the library system.
Alliance for the Arts passes are available from the Dunbar, Fort Myers and Lakes Libraries. This pass offers library patrons access to hula classes, art workshops and theater plays.
Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum passes can be picked up from the Captiva and Lakes Libraries. The pass provides admission to the cardholder’s immediate family.
Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium passes are valid for up to five family members or friends. The pass provides admission and a 10% discount in the gift shop.
C’mon! Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples passes provide free admission for up to four people.
Gulf Coast Symphony passes provide two free tickets to a concert. There are blackout dates where this pass cannot be used.
Pure Florida Sightseeing Cruise provides one free ticket on any daytime 90-minute cruise in Naples or Fort Myers.
Southwest Florida Symphony provides two free tickets to a concert. Blackout dates may apply.
Stream movies, TV shows and music with your Lee County Library card.
The Lee County Library has digital collections you can browse from home!
You can check out eBooks and Audiobooks from Hoopla and OverDrive. Children’s books are available on Tumblebooks. RBdigital provides magazine access.
Hoopla will let you stream movies, TV shows and music. You can also download free music from Freegal using your library card.
In order to access these digital collections through the Tulsa Library, visit their website.
Kids can read away their fines!
Anyone age 18 or younger can obtain fine forgiveness through the “Kids Read Down Fines” program. Fines are forgiven at the rate of $2 for every 15 minutes, with a maximum of $8 per hour! The library hosts Read Down Fine events in one-hour periods. For a schedule, please click here.
Unfortunately, fine forgiveness is not available for lost items or collection fees.
Win free stuff through the Summer Reading Program!
Each summer, the library hosts a summer reading program. In 2019, the program was designed for all ages and included weekly prize drawings. For more information, visit the library website.
The Lee County Library is available for everyone.
The library offers many outreach services for patrons who cannot access their local library branch.
Talking books are available to those with visual and physical disabilities that prevent them from reading books. The library has access to millions of titles, including narrated magazines and braille materials.
Books-by-Mail are available for those who are unable to come to the library due to physical or medical disabilities. This service is also available to caregivers. The library will mail printed books, audiobooks, DVDs, music CDs and other materials in zippered, nylon bags. Just call or mail your request!
A Bookmobile visits neighborhoods and areas throughout the county. You can get a library card, check out material and request materials from the Bookmobile.