The branches in Glennville, Mt. Vernon, Reidsville, and Vidalia currently have monthly book club meetings. Click here for upcoming books and times.
Georgia Libraries for Accessible Statewide Services (GLASS) supports accessible library services in Georgia by promoting the use of assistive technology and by providing accessible reading materials to those who, due to a disability, are unable to read standard print.
Each branch holds a story time for children ages birth to 6. Check your branch’s location page for information about the time and place for each story time.
Currently, Vidalia is the only branch to offer passport services. At the moment there is only one passport agent available. Please contact the library to see if the passport agent is on duty.
$25 Acceptance Agent Fee
$110 Passport Fee
$80 Passport Fee for Minor (under 16)
Please note the $110 or $80 fees are paid to the US State Department and must be a check or money order.
The $25 acceptance fee can be cash or check and must be made out to the Ohoopee Regional Library System.
There are additional fees for expediting the process and for overnight return fee. Please see attached document for more information.
Check out our page on reserving a meeting room.
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Who Can Apply
Any Georgian who is at least 18 years of age may receive a PINES card by showing a valid state-issued picture ID and by providing proof of residence with a correct street address.
Residents under the age of 18 need a parent or legal guardian present to apply for a library card.
PINES is an initiative to institute a statewide library card for the State of Georgia. Over 275 libraries from across the state share access to their library holdings through an automated library catalog.
The PINES database lists all items owned by participating libraries, and all PINES library patrons may borrow material from any PINES library. The library catalog is accessible through the library’s website or at www.gapines.org.
Did you know that the library is a place where you can register to vote? Exercise your constitution right and visit your local branch to register today.