On Tuesday, October 16th Wyoming Libraries took place in Snapshot Day. Libraries from all over the state sent in pictures of activities and people in and around Wyoming Libraries.
- “I receive so much help from people that work in the library. They are all wonderful!”
- “Gives me a place to study, work on assignments or even just to relax in a safe place where I’m not distracted by other things that can cause a college student to be less productive in their work”
- “My children have learned such great things from the amazing books in the Children’s Library! “
- “Living in a rural area, the library is vital for encountering new ideas from around the world. I enjoy the wide variety of fiction and non-fiction the library offers.”
- “The library is important to my family because it exposes my 4-year-old to a vast selection of good books that I could never afford to buy.”
- “What I like about the library? To read Junie B. Jones. I love it so much. I also read Halloween books. ” (first grade student)
- Circulated 18,893 items
- Issued 123 new library cards
- Added 23,282 items to their collections
- 25,565 visits to public, academic and school libraries
- 2,556 people using a public library computer
- 5,059 reference questions answered in public and academic libraries
- 850 children and teens who attended programs at their public libraries
- 11,063 items downloaded from a WYLD licensed database
Check out our Flickr feed to see all of the uploads and thanks to everyone that participated!