The Lake Placid Public Library is a treasure trove of resources and opportunities, offering you access to a vast collection of books, magazines, and digital media, enriching your knowledge and entertainment options. Beyond traditional reading materials, the Lake Placid library provides valuable services such as computer access, research assistance, and educational programs that can enhance your education and personal growth.
Additionally, we serve as a community hub, fostering social connections through book clubs, workshops, and events. Whether you seek information, leisure, or community engagement, the Sebring library is a versatile resource that can enrich your life in numerous ways.
The Heartland Library Cooperative is a multi-county library as defined by Florida Statutes 257.171 and 257.172. Funding is provided via Florida State Aid for Libraries as administered by the State Library of Florida. Federal Library Services and Technology Act funds administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services have also been used for multiple projects. No funding is derived locally.
Individual county systems and/or branches also receive County State Aid to Libraries grant funding, provided in the same method outlined above, and funding provided by their Board of County Commissioners. Sebring Public Library is a branch of the Highlands County Library System and receives funding from the Highlands County Board of County Commissioners, the County State Aid to Libraries grant and through the Sebring Friends of the Library.
205 W Interlake Blvd - Lake Placid, FL 33852