Friday, February 7, 2014

City Librarian Wants To Hear Your Input On Saturday At Northeast Library

The City Librarian Wants to Talk with You!

The Northeast Branch (6801 35th Avenue NE) of the Seattle Public Library is holding a special meeting on Saturday from 11:30-12:45 called "Library Community Connections: What Can We Do For You?"

The information says:

Join us for a Community Conversation with City Librarian Marcellus Turner and to celebrate recent branch improvements. Learn about levy implementation, talk about Library services and attend a story time.
This is your chance to talk with your City Librarian. Share your creative ideas for how things can be done in order to better help you and your neighbors.

The goal is to provide an update on the implementation of the Library levy and to hear from the community about how the Library can better serve our city’s neighborhoods. At the Northeast Branch, we will also be celebrating the new improvements to the children’s area.
The celebration will begin with the City Librarian, Marcellus Turner, leading a story time for children from 11 a.m. to 11:20 a.m. in the newly renovated children's area. After story time, patrons are invited to move into the meeting room for a Community Conversation from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. The City Librarian will give an update on the implementation of the Library levy, approved by Seattle voters in August 2012, and talk with patrons about his service priorities. Light refreshments will be provided.

Come share your ideas, suggestions and questions with the city librarian at one of 12 Community Conversations between September 2013 and February 2014. We look forward to hearing how we can better serve your community.

For more information go here.

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