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The Lee County Library System library card offers a world of entertainment and education

Fort Myers, FL, Sept. 1, 2023 − Discover new and exciting worlds with a Lee County Library System library card. From borrowing e-books and audiobooks to streaming movies and taking virtual ‘Do It Yourself’ classes, there is so much to do virtually with a library card.

September is Library Card Sign-up month, a great time to visit the nearest library and sign-up for, or renew, a free library card. During September, libraries across the nation take time to remind everyone of the value of having a library card.

With more than two million items in the Lee County Library System, patrons of all ages can find options online to entertain, get fit, assist with financial planning and investments, learn a language, explore a new craft, DIY project or recipes. Our online library offers everything from STEM/STEAM resources to practice tests for standardized and vocational exams, early literacy materials and car repair manuals.

From early childhood literacy to lifelong learners, the Lee County Library System offers all ages a variety of resources and activities, both online and in person, to help them succeed.

“We are proud of the role libraries play in encouraging creativity and spurring curiosity,” said Library Director Mindi Simon said. “Your Lee County Library Card is the ticket you need to explore the world in so many ways.”

Signing up for a library card is easy. If you live, work or go to school in Lee County, you can get a free library card by visiting any branch with proof of eligibility such as valid driver’s license, current school ID and proof of address, utility bill or tax statement. For a complete list of eligibility options visit www.leelibrary.net/card. Not a resident of Lee County? No problem. Visitors can obtain a Lee County Library System card for a small fee with a valid ID. 

Visit leelibrary.net/online and see what you can discover today.

The Lee County Library System, founded in 1964, has 13 branches to serve Lee County residents. Library programs are always free and open to the public. Patrons can sign up for the library email newsletter or view the schedule of events online to see what is happening in the library branches. For more information about the Lee County Library System, visit www.leelibrary.net or call 239-479-4636.

To receive updates from Lee County Government, sign up for the newsletter here: www.leegov.com/resources/newsletters. Follow Lee County Government on Facebook, www.facebook.com/leecountyflbocc.

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