One of the benefits of following the library on social media is that you can chat with us at almost any time of the day. We are at your fingertips to assist you with holds, general information, programming questions or research help. Although it helps to have your library card, you don’t need it to chat with us. If you’re trying to find an article or if there’s information out there about current events that you’d like clarification on, we are here for you.
Recently, a patron asked if we had a book about a specific disease. While we don’t have the title, I was able to connect her with some articles on the topic, which in this case sufficed.
But you don’t need Facebook to reach us. We’re also on Twitter! If you don’t have either, you can always reach us on the phone, or you can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
What do you think of our new website! We’d love to hear your opinions.
It’s been awhile since I spoke in your location. I now have 4 talks to choose but feel my Grace Snyder and her quilts would be ideal. How about booking something the end of July?
Hi Charlotte! Please email email@example.com with your contact information and I will contact you soon!
Hi! My name is Alondra and I was looking to see if there were any volunteer opportunities at the public library. If a resume is needed I will gladly send one.
Please give us a call so we can talk about what you are available to do. Or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information and I will give you a call.