How can I get a PINES card?
Library cards are free to all residents of Georgia. To sign up for a library card, go into any participating PINES library. You will be asked to fill out an application form and to present identification. Original documents are required, photocopies are not acceptable. Acceptable ID for
receiving a PINES card include:
a) photo ID showing current local address, OR
b) photo ID and one item from approved list (see below) showing
current, local address (if photoID does not have correct address), OR
c) TWO (2) items from approved list (see below) showing current, local address.
Approved list includes:
· valid driver’s license
· valid voter registration card
· valid matricula consular
· checks with pre-printed addresses
· a utility bill
· tax receipt or other piece of mail that shows the user’s name and present address.
By signing the library card application form, you are accepting full
responsibility for all fines and fees including late fines, and fees for lost or damaged materials.
eRead Kids is a fabulous initiative from the Georgia Public Library Service to help spread literacy across the state. GPLS and GALILEO have partnered to administer this collection that shares over 15,000 eBooks and eAudio titles. The content is geared towards preK-4th grade.
By supporting the Habersham County United Way, you are supporting not only your libraries but 22 other agencies that work together to make YOUR Habersham County what it is today.
Can't find what you're looking for locally? Try the state-wide PINES library system by clicking the link below.
Click here to search in our state-wide library system.
Monday & Tuesday 9AM-6PM
Wednesday & Friday 9AM-5PM
Click here to peruse the Habersham County eBooks provided by the Habersham County Board of Commissioners and through donations of generous patrons.
The Cornelia Library values their relationship with Habersham County Schools, day cares and preschools in educating the youth of this county. The Cornelia Library provides an outreach program to educate children in Habersham County about their local libraries including reading a book and doing a craft with the children. This program is offered to all schools, day cares and preschools in Habersham County. Our goal is to foster a
love of reading for future generations. To schedule a program, please contact the library.
Let your children become familiar with the card catalog through this kid friendly version made just for them.