5 Ways to Support Your Library for National Library Week!

It’s National Library Week and we want you to help us celebrate! Here are a few ways you can show your local library just how much you appreciate it – and you may get a few things out of the deal too!

Take Our Survey!

We are working on improving our services for the upcoming year and we’d love to hear what you have to say! Take a moment to take this short(ish) survey and share what you love about the library and what you don’t. Even if you don’t use our services, tell us why. Then, share the survey with your friends – because loving the library is cool!

Check Out A Book

This may seem ultra-obvious, but when was the last time you took a moment to visit a branch? We’re all for our e-book services through Hoopla and Overdrive, but nothing beats coming into a branch and browsing through the shelves looking for your next read!

Use a Database or Go to a Program

If you haven’t heard, the library is more than just books these days! Visit us for computer classes, programs for all ages , and other exciting events. Or, utilize our library resources like BrainFuse, which has live tutoring help and job skill building such as resume help and live job coaching!


Thank a Librarian

Our staff works hard to bring you the most exciting programs, organized shelves, and everything in between. While we can’t tell you to hug your librarian, we can tell you to give them a little love by thanking them for their hard work. We promise you’ll get a smile!

Support Hi $5

We all know early literacy skills are important. While summer is the most fun you can have as a kid, if kids don’t use the reading skills they’ve learned during the school year they can lose up to two months of those skills! With our Summer Reading library programs kids sharpen those skills, and are better off when August rolls around. To find out how you can support this initiative, visit a branch or head to our Hi $5 page for more details.


Hug your local branch, check out a book, and we hope to see you soon!



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