Snapshot Day 2010
November 9, 2010
Do 19th century agriculture books have any value?
Help with materials to support learning Italian.
Request for DVD on fly-tying.
New homeowners on Wilson Stream in Wilton interested in articles on the floods of 1987 and 1953.
Counseled homeschooling mom.
Helped grandparents find books for child with special needs.
Board meeting: (attendance 12)
Storytime-Animals getting ready for winter): (attendance 3)
Homeschool bookshare group: (attendance 13)
Programs: 3 (28 attendees)
11 patron record updates and 4 new patrons records added.
New catalog records: 13
OPAC use: 25
“My kids and I love coming here, the children’s area is so friendly. I only wish we had time to come more often.” (Parent)
“Storytime is a great opportunity to watch my daughter learn and interact with her peers.” (Parent)
“I like that it has books and toys.” (4-year-old)
“We enjoy our public library for the many children’s programs and ever-expanding selection of new books. Storytimes have provided both my children with additional social and academic enrichment that aren’t found elsewhere. The summer reading programs have kept us, as a family, visiting the library year rouns.” (Parent)