Authored by: Kelsy Thompson, Public Relations Coordinator, Salt Lake County Library
Are you a library fan? Has the library changed your life in some meaningful way? We want to hear about it!
Salt Lake County Library fans are showing their love for the library and the community during Library Month, April 1-30. Library fans are invited to stop by their local County Library, take a photo and share it on social media, using the hashtag #SLCoLibraryFan, to let others know how the County Library has transformed their lives and the lives of their loved ones. We can’t wait to see how the library has changed your life for the better.
In addition to sharing their transformations on social media, library fans are invited to transform their communities by donating non-perishable food items to receive a fine waiver of up to $5 per library card (on existing fines only). All donations will go to the Utah Food Bank. Donation barrels are available at all Salt Lake County Libraries* through April 30. This is a great way to pay it forward and celebrate your County library!
Library Month is an extension of National Library Week—a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association. It is a time to celebrate the library and to promote library use and support.
*Smith Library is closed for maintenance.