A day in the life of the library

The Sequim Library is a very popular spot. I dropped in yesterday morning a few minutes before it opened. There were a dozen people waiting at the door. When the doors opened 16 of us poured in, with more steadily arriving.

It’s modest as libraries go but it’s got the goods and is well loved.

The Summer Reading Program is popular. The multi-colored shapes on this board all have children’s names, cultivating a new generation of book lovers.

5 thoughts on “A day in the life of the library”

  1. A well-loved library is important to a community. Small or large, if “it’s got the goods” that is what is important. Since it appeals to waiting patrons, I’d say it is successful.

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