POSTED: Tuesday, December 29, 2009 - 11:31am
UPDATED: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 - 12:07pm
The Longview Public Library is encouraging residents to begin 2010 with a commitment to continuous learning. In addition to the collection of books, the library offers computer classes, genealogy resources, access to research databases, a variety of magazines, audio books, DVDs, as well as children’s activities. In terms of New York Times Bestsellers, the Library adds new titles to the collection every week. Also among the opportunities offered, the popular children’s story time on Tuesdays and Wednesdays will begin the year focusing on learning fun facts about the alphabet.
According to Library Manager Kara Spitz, “During the start of a New Year, people often make commitments and goals to improve their personal lives. Why not include the free resources at the Library as part of a plan for continuous learning? Our goal is to help residents discover information, and the Longview Public Library is a great place for patrons to begin or continue that journey in the New Year.”
For more information about the Library or events, please visit www.LongviewLibrary.com , call 903-237-1350, follow the Library on Facebook or Twitter, or visit the Longview Public Library at 222 W. Cotton St.