We are celebrating the founding of The Community Library 59 years ago today! Join us Friday, January 17, for our annual Founders’ Day Open House. We are grateful and proud of the legacy of Library founders, board members and volunteers who have led the organization from its beginnings in 1955 to what it is today. Were you a Library volunteer in 2013? If so, have a special gift for you!
If you are interested in helping us continue a tradition of excellent service to the Wood River Valley for all our residents and visitors, can you give us a hand by filling out a very short poll? We are constantly upgrading all of our collections, and right now we are looking for input on providing an online language learning platform. There would be nearly 50 languages available to study, including ESL, Spanish, German, French, Latin, Mandarin, Russian (looking at you, Sochi travellers!) Please read over our little questionnaire and let us know your ideas and opinions.
Thank you everyone for 59 years of library love!
Thank you for your contribution! If you know of anyone who is interested in our language learning offerings, send them our way–library cards are always free with a picture ID at The Community Library.
Happy Founders Day!