April 19-25 is National Library Week! How to celebrate when the library’s closed? You can still find your place at the library because libraries are open for business online, providing the virtual services and digital content their communities need more than ever. You can access ebooks, movies, music, virtual storytimes and so much more - all from the comfort of your home and free with your library card!
Our online resources are getting more use than ever before! Check out these numbers:
CloudLibrary (Our provider of ebooks and audio ebooks)
February - 19577 checkouts
March - 23162 checkouts
Kanopy (Free streaming video, focusing on independent film, documentaries and educational content)
February - 1339 plays
March - 2316 plays
eCards (Get a library card online if you don’t have one yet)
February - 194
March - 330
We have a world of resources that you can access online! Visit our A to Z Resources page for a full list, and find your place at the (virtual) library!
For more information about the library’s closure, including what to do about books you have checked out and other Frequently Asked Questions, visit our COVID-19 FAQ page. For more information about National Library Week, visit the American Library Association’s National Library Week page.