City Librarian Community Conversation November 16th

The Seattle Public Library provides many resources both at branch libraries and online. However, they want to know if there are other programs, resources, books or materials that would more effectively support our community. To learn more about how the Library can better serve the community, Marcellus Turner, the City Librarian, will be hosting 12 Community Conversations around the city over the next several months. Turner will be at the Lake City Branch, 12501 28th Ave. N.E., on Saturday, November 16th from 1:30 to 2:45 PM. Light refreshments will be served.
Turner is particularly interested in hearing from patrons on five Library service priorities: Youth and early learning; technology and access; community engagement; Seattle culture and history; and re-imagined spaces.
Can’t make that date?, here is the full schedule of appearances here.

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One Response to City Librarian Community Conversation November 16th

  1. Telma says:

    Even though I no logenr work in a library, I can’t stop my inner children’s librarian from coming out. If I’m in a library or bookstore and a kid needs help, I am usually piping up to help.

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