National Library Week
“As the impact of the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve and change the work of libraries and library workers, libraries are proving resourceful and resilient, serving as a rich pipeline for content, delivering access to ebooks, movies, music, video games, virtual storytimes and activities, and so much more.”
Today’s libraries can transform your life. From education to job resources to lifelong learning, your Library provides access to the programming and services you need to reach your potential and grow.Even when the building is closed, there is an abundance of online offerings for you to take advantage of – in the e-library, on our YouTube channel, and in the generous offerings of many library partners. Need a reminder? Grab a copy of our takeout menu!
Some of our staff are sharing their message while working from home – READ! Join the fun and create your own READ® Poster with some help from ilovelibraries.org. If you post your own on social media, please share with us by tagging us, or using #CelebrateReading and #goffstownlibrary.
Thanks for being part of the GPL community.
First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and observed in libraries across the country each April.