The Cherokee Regional Library System’s 2016 Food for Fines Campaign will begin on Tuesday, November 1st and will continue through Wednesday, November 23rd.
Library patrons may “pay” library overdue fines with a canned food item. This will help re-stock food banks in Dade and Walker County Georgia. Please help us as we give back to our community during the holiday season. Items collected will be donated to Tri State Food Bank, The Cottage, the Care Mission and the Rossville Church of Christ Food Pantry.
One canned food item equals $1.00 in paid fines with a limit of 10 cans (or $10 in fines). Lost or damaged book fees may not be paid with food. Food items must be in good condition and unexpired.
The Cherokee Regional Library System now has access to Gale LegalForms through GALILEO (GeorgiA LIbrary LEarning Online).
Gale LegalForms helps patrons understand common legal procedures through access to authentic, professional legal documents. Useful for filing patents and trademarks, developing leases, creating bills of sale, delegating power of attorney, and more, these forms are ideal for supporting legal tasks that business owners need to manage. The forms in Gale LegalForms are drafted by attorneys.
Click the link below to get started! (Note: If you are accessing the link from home, you will need your library’s current GALILEO password. Call any of our open libraries with your library card number in hand to receive the password over the phone.)
Great news! The Georgia Public Library Service has partnered with the Michael C. Carlos Museum to provide FREE Family Passes that will cover up to six admissions to the Southeast’s premier ancient art museum!
The Carlos Museum has major collections of art objects from ancient Egypt, Nubia, Near East, Greece, Rome, ancient Americas, Africa, and Asia, as well as a collection of works on paper from the Renaissance to the present.
The passes will be available at each of our four branch libraries in November. All you need is your library card to check out the pass, which will be good for a full week. (But make sure you either renew it or turn it in on time, because late fees are $3 a day!!!)
To read more about this amazing opportunity click here.
Due to an increase in local funding, the Dade County Public Library will increase hours open from 30 hours a week to 34 hours a week. The change is effective Thursday, September 1st.
The library will now be open on Wednesdays, from 10am to 5pm. Hours have changed on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays to accommodate the new five-day schedule; the library will open at 10am, Tuesday—Saturday.
Dade County Library Hours
Tuesday: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Wednesday: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Friday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Rossville Public Library will be closed from September 9th-19th to move to their temporary location at the Rossville Athletic Center located at 301 Williams Street in Rossville.
Tuesday, September 20th the Rossville Public Library will be open to the public at the Rossville Athletic Center. Rossville Public Library hours will remain the same.
The Rossville Public Library will remain at the Rossville Athletic Center for the next 4-6 months as the McFarland Permanent Location receives a complete renovation. The newly-renovated library will boast all new LED lighting, a dedicated Teen area, study rooms and state-of-the-art Technology.
Make sure to like the Rossville Public Library’s Facebook page to get updates about the renovation, and ongoing events at the library.