Parents and caregivers, please use and enjoy these guides for story time at home! Additional guides coming soon! All books listed in the guides are available in this list on our library catalog. Just simply click the link and place a hold on the items you want/need. Click here for the downloadable PDF. Click here for downloadable PDF.
Heartland Library Cooperative patrons, we have a special event for you! Join us for Love at the Library book club February 1-28, 2021 and author event. Just read Enjoy the View by Sarah Morgenthaler and Happy Singles Day by Ann Marie Walker and sign up for the LIVE (virtual) author event. You can even read an sneak peek of The […]
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There are opportunities to give back in every community and ‘Friends of the Library’ organizations are one wonderful way people choose to do so. Most libraries have an associated “Friends” organization. These helpful volunteers raise money for the benefit of the library to provide things like computers, book carts, shelving, and other expensive items that […]
If you feel there is too much risk in trick-or-treating this year, or if you just want to stay home and have a family night, your local public libraries have all you need to have a fun Halloween night in. Get ready to hang some fake cobwebs and break out your punch bowl because I’m […]
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Highlands County Library Schedule: Sunday & Monday: Closed Tuesday: Closed (Staff sanitizing materials for your usage) Wednesday & Thursday: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM Friday: Curbside/walk up services 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM Saturday: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM Please note that our schedule will change the week of October 19,2020. Additional information coming soon […]
Heartland Library Cooperative is now participating in FLIN SHAREit, a statewide sharing platform. Patrons can log onto FLIN SHAREit using their Heartland Library Cooperative card number and pin/password to place holds at participating Florida libraries. For more information , please call 863-402-6716. Please note that if a Heartland Library Cooperative library owns the requested item, we […]
Cloth face coverings are still recommended by the Center for Disease Control, and many people have decided to improve their sewing skills and make their own custom masks. If you want to learn to sew so you can make your own masks or other craft projects, the Highlands County public libraries can help. To get […]
Staff at Highlands County libraries have worked hard on sanitizing materials and will continue to do so through the use of face coverings, gloves use, and disinfecting materials.