Monday - Friday: 8:00a- 4:00p;_____________________________________601-894-1681 phone; 601-894-1672 fax
Monday, October 8, 2018
Monday, September 24, 2018
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Thursday, May 3, 2018
George W. Covington Memorial Library- Hazlehurst
Summer Reading Sign-Up
May 2nd - June 1st
TUESDAY JUNE 5 @10 AM MUSIC IN OUR TOWN
TUESDAY JUNE 12 @10 AM LET’S MAKE INSTRUMENTS
TUESDAY JUNE 19 @ 10 AM HHS MARCHING BAND
TUESDAY JUNE 29 @ 10 AM AWARD/CELEBRATION DAY
Sign up early for Summer Reading. If you do not have a library card come in and apply for one.
Friday, April 6, 2018
Celebrating National Library Week Extended April 16th - 21st
National Library Week is April 8-14. As part of NLW, we will be having a Fine Free Week. This is where any new, old, and long overdue fines are completely waived. Extended until April 21st.
The account holder (this includes children) MUST be physically present to participate. They cannot do it over the phone, email, text, or any other form of telecommunication even if you know them.
Long overdue and lost books can be returned and they will not assess an overdue fee.
Books that remain lost or unreturned may not have their fines and fees waived.
Processing fees will still apply.
Remember, this is only for overdue fines. Make sure that you are looking at their account for books that are still out.
Friday, March 23, 2018
Story Time @ the Hazlehurst library
At Hazlehurst Library
223 S Extension St
Kim’s reading circle
A weekly theme
Arts and crafts
Terms and Conditions:
Parents with children age 3 and under must remain with child during program.
Parents of children age 5 and under must remain in the library during story time In case an emergency or injury should arise.Children 8 and under must be picked up after the program is over, the library is not responsible for managing children who are left unattended.
Friday, February 2, 2018
Summer Reading 2018 Sign-Up
Summer Reading Sign-Up Begins May 1, 2018
Get your Library Card Early
The Hazlehurst Library will be ROCKING:
Tuesday June 5, 2018 @ 10:00AM
Tuesday June 12, 2018 @ 10:00AM
Tuesday June 19, 2018 @ 10:00AM
Tuesday June 26, 2018 @ 10:00AM
Library Card REGISTRATION
Free for residents of Copiah and
Jefferson Counties and counties within
the Lincoln, Lawrence, Franklin Regional
Library and South Mississippi Regional
A valid picture I.D. and a current bill
(electric, water, sewage, garbage,
telephone bill) is required. Two bills
are needed if address on I.D. and the
address on the bill do not match.
Your library card may be used at any
branch in our Longleaf Library
Consortium. The libraries include
Bassfield, Brookhaven, Bude,
Columbia, Crystal Springs, Fayette,
Georgetown, Hazlehurst, Meadville,
Monticello, New Hebron, Prentiss, and
Wesson. Library use policies may vary
Saturday, January 27, 2018
Black History Month 2018
Visit the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the Museum of Mississippi History
In December 2017, the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum opened in celebration of the state’s bicentennial.
The Two Mississippi Museums is a place where Mississippians tell their own stories of the state’s rich and complex history. These stories are told through the many resources from the collection of the Department of Archives and History. We present the history of our state as never before with eye-popping artifacts, photographs, videos, and interactive exhibits.
The state has committed over $90 million for this state-of-the art 200,000 square-foot center. It serves as a portal to other cultural attractions across the state, preserves and stores over 22,000 artifacts, and benefits hundreds of thousands of people a year through museum visits, public programs, and educational outreach.
While the majority of funding for the museums has been provided by the Mississippi Legislature, the Foundation for Mississippi History raised $17 million in private funds for exhibits and programs and is continuing to raise money for special programs, school visits, promotional initiatives, and new technology. You can support this private fundraising by making a one-time gift or becoming a Two Museums Member.
We want you to be a partner in this historic project for our state and hope you will join us as Mississippi makes history.
Libraries Rock: 2018 Summer Reading
Coming soon to your local library:
We got the Rhythm
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