The libraries offer computers and Wi-Fi for customers to use on-site. In addition, the libraries offer copying, printing and faxing services (black ink only, color is not available). Library cards are free and easy to obtain. Adult applicants need to show personal identification, and applicants under age 18 need parental consent to qualify for a library card. Check out the library website at http://perrycountylibrary.info/.
Library cardholders can take advantage of the Tennessee R.E.A.D.S. system, which offers over 100,000 free eBooks, videos and audio-books for downloading to the cardholder's personal device or direct viewing from the website. Go to https://reads.overdrive.com to explore the huge selection available. Remember to have your library card number nearby.
The Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) is an online library that gives Tennessee residents access to magazines, journals, newspapers, essays, e-books, primary source materials, test preparation, homework help, genealogy records, career search, and more! TEL resources are available free to the public from any computer with Internet access in Tennessee. Visit www.tntel.info to explore the resources. Did you know you can take free prep courses online for GED, ACT and other examinations through TEL?
You are encouraged to visit the library nearest you. Located in the same building as Lobelville City Hall, the Lobelville Public Library phone number is 931-593-3111. The new Lobelville Branch Manager is Lore Woods and the new part-time Library Assistant is Amy Harrison.
Located next to the Linden Middle School and behind the Perry County High School, the phone number for the Perry County Public Library in Linden is 931-589-5011. The Library Director is Gail Spragins and the part-time Library Assistant is Nan Garrett.