Outreach Services (2 options)
1. Lawrence County Federated System Outreach Services (Bookmobile)
The Lawrence County Federated System Outreach Services Bookmobile is on the road five days a week, 50 weeks a year! With a 240+-mile, three week route, it serves pre-schools, senior centers, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, housing subdivisions, and the more rural communities of Lawrence County.
The Bookmobile offers a sizeable children's collection of board books, picture books, early readers, chapter books, and elementary and junior fiction and non-fiction. Even young adults can find novels to their liking!
The bookmobile is also ready to serve adults - with collections of Christian fiction, general fiction, westerns, biographies, cookbooks, and other limed (by space) non-fiction. Many of its patrons are of a "senior" variety, so more than 95 percent of the Bookmobile adult books are large print.
All check-outs from the Bookmobile are for a three-week period, loaned at no charge. Materials may be renewed twice, and returned to the Bookmobile or other Lawrence County libraries.
You may also register for a library card.
Questions? Call 724-658-6659 ext. 110 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Books-by-Mail?
Books-by-mail brings the library to you! All qualifying residents of Armstrong, Butler, Lawrence, and Mercer counties can receive library materials free of charge through the mail. There is no age requirement.
Who is eligible for service?
You qualify if you are: Temporarily or permanently homebound AND live in Armstrong, Butler, Lawrence, or Mercer county.
What can I request?
You may request specific titles/formats or our staff will make a selection for you based on your interests. We can also send audio books, large print books, DVDs and videos.
*THERE IS A LIMIT OF 2 ITEMS PER MAILING*
When are items due?
Loan periods are specific to each situation and will be determined after your application has been approved.
How do I sign up?
Contact your home library to let them know you would like to take advantage of the FREE Books-by-Mail program, and they will have an application for you to fill out.
The library staff will then contact you to review your eligibility, discuss your interests and reading habits, and answer any questions you may have.
Materials will be delivered to your home via the United States Postal Service in a reusable bag. You will return the items in this same bag, free of charge, prior to the due date.
For additional information, call 724-658-6659, ext 107.