, 2022-10-29 11:08:44,
What’s happening at the Library?
Published 12:00 pm Saturday, October 29, 2022
By John Maruskin
Clark County Public Library
Since February 2011, over 500 “What’s happening at the Library” columns about Library programs, presenters, policies, books, book sales, summer reading programs, concerts, movies, outreach services, gardening classes, local authors and artists, and that ain’t all! have appeared in the Winchester Sun. Programs are the high-impact mega-fauna of Library news. Big attractions.
Yet what’s best about the Clark County Public Library happens every day, quietly, unnoticed.
Everyday Clark County Public Library circulation, reference, adult, and youth staff engage and assist patrons as friends and important acquaintances who need anything from party recipes to government documents to a little conversation while their digital device or subscription is tuned.
Patrons of all ages chat with circulation librarians who, over the years, came to know those patrons and appreciate their tastes and borrowing habits. They look for books and movies together and share a story or two.
Clark County Public Library reference librarians help residents with electronic gadgetry, online library resources, seed library resources, movie actor references, near 1500 different inquiries a month. Reference librarians establish relationships with local…
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