All county libraries offer wide selection of programs and activities
All the libraries of the Lee County Library System offer a large and varied selection of programs, classes and activities for people of all ages throughout the year.
During the summer the system offers the Summer Reading Program and activities for children and teens that include games like Chess and Wii, magic, juggling, balloon, pirate, music and animal shows .These programs are free, but tickets are required unless otherwise indicated on the e-calendar at leelibrary.net. It is best to pick up free tickets at the library before each event.
Adult programs include free computer, budgeting, coupon, car care, craft, scrapbooking, Chess, foreign films, photography, genealogy and literacy programs as well as author presentations and book and poetry discussions to name a few! “If you don’t find a program you are interested in you can always suggest a program to your neighborhood library,” says Sheldon Kaye, Lee County Library System Director. “These programs truly enrich the community. Whether the programs are for fun or for educational purposes the programs are entertaining and are offered all throughout the year.”
All programs are free and open to the public. A sign language interpreter is available with five business days notice to library staff. Information about Lee County Library System is available for your convenience 24/7 at leelibrary.net where you can find out about library services, programs, locations, view an online events calendar or place a hold on library items. Telephone reference is available at 239-479-info (4636).
About the Lee County Library System:
The Lee County Library System serves Lee County with books, downloadable ebooks, digital content, books-by-mail, bookmobile, electronic resources, music and movies, programs and meeting space. The Lee County Library System: strengthens the community by informing and enriching individuals; ensures equal and open access; defends intellectual freedom and right to privacy; ensures that an individual’s economic status does not _deter library use; commits to meeting customers’ needs; fosters a climate of mutual respect and trust; values and supports individual initiative; promotes cooperation, collaboration and connections; promotes lifelong reading; practices financial accountability and supports Lee County’s vision, mission and values.