JACKSON, Tenn.-In north Jackson Wednesday, a special holiday lunch was given to some less fortunate residents of Jackson.The Jackson-Madison County Library's "Community Holiday Party" was held for many of the residents that often call the library a "safe haven" from the cold.
Some years ago, I was talking to a city official about the need to expand our library space in Costa Mesa. I was told that libraries didn't produce money, so it was hard to get the public to invest in a bond issue. I wish I had known then what I have since learned: that libraries do bring a strong return on investment to the community.
This essay is part of the Montclair Public Library Foundation’s third annual “My First Chapter” series. These essays are in support of the Montclair Public Library. This installment, which first appeared in the Montclair Timesand is reprinted here with permission, is from Benilde Little, the author of four novels and the upcoming memoir, “Welcome to …
JACKSON, Tenn. -- Jackson-Madison County Library officials say a new system they recently bought is going to make more books accessible to students in the entire school system.The library's director, Dinah Harris, says more than 12,000 books are available in the new One Click Digital system.
This essay is part of the Montclair Public Library Foundation’s third annual “My First Chapter” series. These essays are in support of the Montclair Public Library. This installment, which first appeared in the Montclair Times and is reprinted here with permission, is from Don Katz, a former Montclair Public Library board member, author and the …
Certainly not on opening day, as Halifax celebrated its highly anticipated, new $57.6-million public library with music, balloons, juggling acts and a mass ribbon cutting ceremony on Spring Garden Road.
And apparently — here at the Halifax Central Library — not ever.
“As you walk through the library, you’ll notice the openings from floor to floor are staggered,” says Asa Kachan, CEO and chief librarian for Halifax Public Libraries.
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