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Library Services

Today’s library is more than books. We offer a wide range of materials, interesting and informative programs for everyone, specialized services and classes, community meeting spaces, and many more opportunities.

House Calls

Our house calls librarian will select materials, following your wishes, which will then be delivered to you once a month by a library volunteer. Materials may also be picked up by a friend or a relative at a prearranged time. Please call us or fill out an application to set up this service.

Computer Access

Each branch has computers available for the public with access to the internet, children's games, and Microsoft Office programs. A library card is the only item needed to gain access to these riches. Please review our Internet Policy for more information.

Library Tours

Learn how to use the Library's collections by scheduling a topic specific session with one of our staff members for your organization or take a guided tour at any location. The tours can be tailored to the specific interests of the organization and can last 30 minutes or more.

Book A Librarian

Are you needing assistance with basic computer skills? Do you need help finding information? Book a librarian! If you would like more information or would like to register for a time, please call us at (864) 850-7077.

Reciprocal Borrowing

The Pickens County Library System will offer residents of any contiguous county borrowing privileges for all circulation materials at all its service points provided that residents of Pickens County are afforded the same borrowing privileges in all that county’s public library service points. Please review our Reciprocal Borrowing Policy for more information.

Meeting & Study Rooms

Each Branch has a variety of spaces available to accommodate non-profit meetings, community activities and Pickens County business meetings. Please review our Meeting Room Policy for more information. To reserve a meeting room, complete the Meeting Room Application or contact the local branch manager.