Lobelville Library News

Congratulations to Lorella McCart, Library Assistant at the Lobelville Branch Library, who has been promoted to Branch Manager. Beginning as a volunteer, Lorella has worked at both libraries in Perry County since June 2016. She holds an Associate of Arts degree in Accounting and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business. Her work experience includes supervisory responsibilities, working with children, serving the public and utilizing her extensive computer skills. She and Marcia Smith, outgoing Branch Manager, will work together to ensure a smooth transition. 

Amy Harrison joined the Lobelville Library staff in August 2018 as Library Assistant.   She studied Office Clerical skills in college and has more than ten years' experience in customer service and management.   Amy's experience includes working with children, team leadership in the property management field and office management for a wireless broadband internet service provider.

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Lobelville is proud of its new location in the Lobelville City Hall municipal building on Main St.  Before moving to the new digs, the library was located on a side street, in a building where it had run out of room and so welcomed an opportunity to move to the new facility.

Old Lobelville Library building

With a large population of home schoolers, more room was needed for computer stations and a space for the children of their own, not to mention more room for books!   Thanks to this new space, the Lobelville Library is able to provide more programs for everyone, young and old.   The Friends of the Lobelville Library was formed after the move, and supports the library with its own programs and fund raisers.

Library Programs/Events

The Lobelville Library Tiny Tots program is held throughout the month, please review the calendar for specific dates and times.   
Generally, this program is appropriate for toddlers and preschoolers. 

The Lobelville Library Club Chaos program is held throughout the month, please review the calendar for specific dates and times. Generally, this program is appropriate for older kids aged 10 and over. Younger children who are mature and can sit and learn and work on projects independently are invited. 

Occasionally, the Lobelville Library hosts a family movie night. Generally, these movies are rated G or PG, but call to confirm. These movies are free and open to the public. Free drinks and popcorn are also served.

Always be sure to check the Calendar of Events page (button below) for any changes to this schedule, including days the Lobelville Library is closed.



Lobelville Friends of the Library

Board Secretary: Rachel Stewart 
Board Treasurer: Melody Cude 
Member: Dona Koon 
Member: Erin McNulty