Community matters @ Blackstone Library

Last week was a big week for libraries in Connecticut. We had our “Snapshot Day” last Tuesday – a day where libraries across CT get to share a day in the life of their library. We collected our regular usage stats (how many items checked in & out; how many reference questions asked, etc), as well as comments and pictures, all to show you and others a typical day at the Blackstone Library!

You can see some great pictures of people using the library as well as some wonderful comments from our members in the slideshow below!

Last week was also National Library Week – a chance to celebrate libraries and showcase all we have to offer. The theme for this year was Communities Matter @ Your Library. And Branford, you matter to us!

The public library is a reflection of the community it’s a part of. And we are you – a perfect combination of historic elegance and new technologies. We do our best to provide excellence to you – in our collection, in our service, & in our programming – but we don’t do it in a vacuum. We’re listening to you, Branford, and want to hear what you have to say. You matter to us, we couldn’t do what we do without you. So, thank you Branford, & we hope to see you real soon!

  1 comment for “Community matters @ Blackstone Library

  1. Susan Bobbin
    April 25, 2013 at 8:09 pm

    Happy (belated) Library Day!

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