Gil will be back on Saturday, February 15th, at 2:00 pm, with Bison Stories. Learn about the connection between native Americans and this majestic animal. Gil is a seasoned storyteller, born in Cohoes, who relocated back to our area after living in Tucson for many years. Come and see why The Arizona Daily Star newspaper described Gil this way: “a gentle basso voice to bring a few minutes of rapt silence”.
The library conducted a user survey late last year in order to learn more about how we can better serve our community. Paper surveys were mailed to all households in the town of Brunswick, links to the survey were distributed through our monthly emailed newsletter, and surveys were available at the library.
The survey was brief, and asked basic questions about what collections and programs were of interest, or not, to our community. Click on the images below to enlarge them–the results below show the first 100 responses–we received a few more, these reflect the percentages of the totals. The five images show the multiple choice question and answers. We also asked an open ended question, “What additional library services and programs would you like to see?” The suggestions we received were many, and will be given more attention in another post.
Thanks to all the folks who responded–your input is valuable. The library board used the survey results to develop a Long Range Plan for the library.