National Library Week 2022

National Library Week is an annual celebration that highlights the various contributions from our nation's libraries. It is a time to recognize the importance of libraries, librarians, library support staff and friends of the library that help to strengthen and transform our communities.  This years theme for National Library Week 2022 is "Connect with Your Library".  Ideally, the theme speaks to how libraries are places to get connected to technology, computers, while also enjoying  programs, other media and we can't forget books. 

"Connect with Your Library"


Join Central Library as we celebrate National Library Week, April 4-8l

The Central Library will launch their new Clorox Pro Project for Public Spaces initiative on Monday, April 4th, as part of a weeklong National Library Week celebration. During the kick-off the Library will feature storytelling, face-painting, magicians and more for patrons of all ages, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.  The event will take place on the newly renovated Central Library plaza.  Additional events will take place throughout the week.  Visit https://fulcolibrary.bibliocommons.com/events/search/index for more information and a schedule of events.

 

Other ways to celebrate National Library Week

  1. Visit your library https://www.fulcolibrary.org/
  2. Attend a program or two
  3. Thank your neighborhood Librarian 
  4. Apply for a library card
  5. Check out some books, music, movies in-person or browse out digital collection

Participate in the #MyLibrary promotion on social media and the American Library Association 

Help spread the word about the #MyLibrary promotion by sharing these graphics on social media:
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Coloring Pages 

https://www.ala.org/conferencesevents/sites/ala.org.conferencesevents/files/content/celebrationweeks/natlibraryweek/nlw22-coloring-page-english.pdf

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