Snapshot Virginia: A day in the life of Virginia’s libraries
Libraries all over Virginia will hold a Snapshot Day in April, to collect information, photos, and patron comments that illustrate the impact that Virginia libraries make in their communities every day. In Waynesboro Snapshot Day is Monday, April 23.
Snapshot Virginia is a Virginia Library Association and Library of Virginia project. The goal is to use collected data, such as how many people visit the library, use computers, attend programs, etc., as well as candid photographs and comments, to demonstrate how essential libraries are within our communities.
Virginia’s libraries are busier than ever these days, with people coming in to check out books, use computers, look for jobs, and attend the many programs our libraries offer. All across the Commonwealth, libraries are the cornerstones of their communities, places where people come together to visit, learn, and share ideas.
On April 23, WPL will capture a slice of life at Waynesboro Public Library. Snapshot Day encourages library customers to comment on what their library means to them.
Visit www.SnapshotVirginia.org to find out more about this project.