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E-reading is a new e-book service for Live Oak Public Libraries users. Over 20,000 titles are available from a variety of small and independent publishers. New books are added weekly. All books allow for multi-user access, so there is never any waiting for a title. E-books are checked out for 14 days and can be renewed. For more information, visit … Continue reading “E-Book”
Search Live Oak Public Libraries catalog and access your account from your mobile device. Their library catalog is now available on mobile devices. Their app allow you to search, place holds, renew items and check your library account on your Apple or Android device.
24 Day Intensive Yoga Teacher Training. Think you’ve got what it takes to teach yoga? Our yoga teacher training intensive is a life and body transformational experience. Savannah Yoga Center has been offering programs since 2007 and graduated over 200 students. Visit www.savannahyoga.com or call 912-232-2994
Dry eye disease now affects many Americans. From adults to children, more than half the population suffers from dry eye disease. The most common causes range from increased aging, medical conditions such as allergies, inflammatory diseases (Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Sjogren’s Disease), diabetes, certain medications (antihistamines, birth control pills, nasal sprays) and now, computers and handheld devices (games kids play and … Continue reading “‘Eye Care’ For You Dry Eye Disease”
Part One The Savannah African Art Museum (SAAM) officially opened the door to its spacious, new location at 201 E. 37th Street, on February 1, 2019 with the mission of providing guests with engaging experiences that educate and start conversations about the power, diversity, and spirituality of African art. It has just reopened for in-person tours for the first time … Continue reading “Savannah African Art Museum Education Coordinator, Lisa Jackson”
Born and raised in Savannah, most people call him Mr. Bamboo– a name awarded to him by his former work associates for his undeniable work ethic. United Way, however, knows him by the name of Frank Williams– a man who so loved the Lord, that he decided to combat his reading disability in order to preach to his congregation as … Continue reading “You & United Way: Making Life Better for Everyone”
For nearly 170 years, the city of Savannah has erased the memory of the African slaves and their descendants who labored and built the city by forgetting its “Negro Burial Grounds.” The burial grounds are a part of Savannah lore, a ghost lure over the past three decades as the city revived a selected antebellum narrative. The burial grounds once … Continue reading “Negro Burials Grounds Located In Two Historic Squares”
For the first time in 120 years, The Salvation Army of Savannah (TSA) is starting its annual holiday fundraising campaign early in order to rescue Christmas. The funds raised through the organization’s iconic red kettles are at risk this year due to COVID-19 while requests for services are at an all-time high. Based on the increase in services already provided … Continue reading “The Salvation Army Of Savannah Sets Out To “Rescue Christmas” Due To Immense Impact Of Covid-19”
Family Promise of the Coastal Empire was recently awarded a $1,422,500 grant from the City of Savannah as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The funds will be used to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the Coronavirus pandemic among homeless individuals and families receiving assistance; and to support additional homeless assistance and homelessness prevention … Continue reading “Family Promise Of The Coastal Empire Awarded $1.4m Grant Through City Of Savannah Cares Act”