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There are actually a few things that are easier to study & research in a library than on the internet. The Johnson City Library is the perfect place for that. They also have a lot of movies you can check out to watch.
This is a great resource for young and old alike. The people are very helpful and this library is integrated throughout Northeast Tennessee so that you can get whatever book you may like no matter where it is located. It is located in a deteriorated...More
While a typical library, books on the shelf, digital media, etc., it also hosts a reading program for children, several programs for adults, and an excellent e-book section.
There are several computers for use with free access to the internet and a link to Ancestry...More
They've done a lot to keep this place modern and up to date. The area is a little sketchy so its not the kind of library where you let your kids free roam. You probably want to use the buddy system when going to the...More
Based on other public libraries, you would expect this to be owned and operated by the city or county. WRONG! It is a non-profit library and it is very well run. They also have a number of outreach programs.
How does one really review a library? Well, I'll try.
I am an avid book reader and library visiter. This library is by far one of the nicest I have ever had the pleasure to be in. It is clean, spacious, and the organization of...More