A new national advertising campaign is asking everyone to take a closer look at what their local authority library has to offer.
Louth County Council Library Service and all public libraries around the country are joining in the campaign across radio, cinema, TV on demand, digital and social.
The aim of the campaign is to encourage people of all ages to join and use the library.
Speaking about the campaign Louth County Librarian, Yvonne O'Brien said, "People who use the library regularly know how great it is. But there are those who haven't been in a while or don't visit very often.
We want everyone in our community in Louth to take a closer look at their nearest library branch, to see beyond what they thought it was, and find out about all the amazing services we offer - completely free".
With 12 million free items the library has something for everyone , all the latest best sellers , eBooks , audio books , eMagazines , online newspapers , Louth Library app ,straight to your device .
Study spaces, free WiFi, hundreds of events for all ages. You name it - it happens in a library!
Louth Libraries have five branches situated in Dundalk , Drogheda , Ardee , Dunleer and Carlingford, along with a mobile library and schools library service.
For more information contact your nearest branch library or Tel: 042-9353190; email: email@example.com; Web: www.louthcoco.ie/libraries or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. An open day takes place in Drogheda library on February 29.