Community Libraries Day kicks off National Library Week on Sunday, April 12 (10 AM-3 PM) with twenty libraries, archives, educational institutions, and professional organizations showcasing their innovative programs, digital initiatives, and outreach activities on McCarthy Mall, near Hamilton library at UH-Manoa.
Learn how libraries promote information and technology literacy in their communities and discover how archives preserve Hawaii’s history for future generations. Find out how librarians and information professionals help individuals and organizations manage information overload. Learn whether a career in the information professions is right for you. Behind-the-scenes library tours, a children’s book fair, used CD/book sale, food vendors, activities, prize drawings and more will be provided so there’s something for everyone. Parking at UH-Manoa is free on Sunday!
Community Libraries Day is an event sponsored by the Hawaiian-Pacific Chapter of the Special Libraries Association. For more information, visit hawaii.sla.org