Monday, April 14, 2014

Lives Change @ your library

Libraries across the United States are celebrating National Library Week April 13 - 19. 
Joan and Gloria, John Marshall library

First observed in 1958 by the American Library Association, National Library Week is a time to celebrate libraries and the communities they serve, including schools, universities, and cities and towns. 
The 2014 theme for National Library Week is Lives Change @ your library. It's an interesting statement - and we encourage our patrons to let us know - how has the library changed your life? You can post your reply here or on our Facebook page - we can't wait to hear from you! 

Shelley and Sally, Warrenton library
In addition, Tuesday, April 15 is National Library Workers Day. Watch our Facebook page and website for pictures of library staff. While you may recognize the staff you see at the reference desk, or when you check out a book or attend story time, we will introduce you to the rest of the team - like our collection development and administrative staff. Or perhaps you visit the Warrenton library most frequently - now you can meet the staff from the Bealeton and John Marshall library as well. 

We hope you will stop by the library this week, as we celebrate National Library Week 2014! 

Celebrate! 

Lisa @ the Fauquier Library 

To learn more about the Fauquier County Public Library's collection, events or programs, visit us on Facebook, Twitter (Kiddosphere twitter is here) or online.

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