Read On! Adult Literacy

We’re still working on the final wording for our Strategic Plan, but some of the projects we want to tackle are too important to wait until the Plan is fully complete. Two of those projects are the Adult Literacy and English Language Learning programs. Haley, our point person for both programs, is in the process […]

Read On! Thunderbird Youth Academy

I’ve written before about how much the library staff enjoys our partnership with the Thunderbird Youth Academy and their twice monthly visits. Thunderbird’s newest cadet group started library visits last week and reminded me what a joy this partnership is for us. It’s an opportunity for the library staff to flex our professional muscles by […]

Read On! Thunderbird Youth Academy

Your library staff tries not to have favorite patrons (just like I’m sure all of you try not to have favorite librarians). I will admit, though, we definitely have a favorite day: Thunderbird Day. Twice a month, cadets from Thunderbird Youth Academy come to the library during their daily classes. Every hour, we get a […]

Read On! Libraries Make Connections

Recently, Forbes published an article suggesting libraries should be replaced by Amazon. As a librarian I find a lot wrong with that idea. More importantly, the article signifies that the author doesn’t understand what libraries do. Simply put, libraries make connections. Libraries make connections for the members of our community in four basic areas: Information […]