The idea is simple: tell the story of your library using photos from a single day.
Mentor Public Library held its Library Snapshot Day on Wednesday, Nov. 13. It was a busy day: story times, crafts and joint programs with the Lake County General Health District and the James A. Garfield National Historic Site.
But why am I writing about this when I have pictures?
|Anyone who has been to our of our Tiddlywinks story times needs no introduction to either Ms. Mary or her puppet, Ben.|
|Speaking of story time, one of my favorite things to see at the library is people reading to their child or grandchild.|
|Mary Pelton, one of our reference librarians, helps a patron with a question.|
|Dave Lintern, a volunteer from the Garfield National Historic Site, talks about the siege of Chattanooga as part of the Major Battles of the Civil War series.|
|Our Reference and IT Department getting ready for International Games Day where teens competed with gamers from libraries all around the world.|
|A student studying at MPL Commons.|
|Chris, one of our super shelvers, hard at work.|
|Jon making a bird feeder with peanut butter, birdseed and a pine cone over at our Headlands Branch.|
|Of course it snowed on Library Snapshot Day. This is Northeast Ohio.|