In an age of rapid technological advancement and ever-changing demographics, libraries are evolving to become more than just repositories of books. They have transformed into vibrant community hubs, catering to the diverse needs and interests of all residents in the Fox Valley region. Today, we’ll explore the remarkable role that libraries play in shaping our communities, fostering inclusion, and adapting to the changing times.
Learning for All
One of the fundamental principles driving these changes is the commitment to inclusivity. Libraries in the Fox Valley are striving to ensure that every member of the community can access their services, programs, and materials. Regardless of age, background, or interests, libraries are embracing the mission of serving all residents equally.
In this episode, we visit several libraries in the Fox Valley to find out how our libraries are curating collections that represent a wide array of voices and experiences.
- Loop: Brillion Public Library expands its Spanish collection of books, resources
- Loop: Agency Funds Build Lasting Support for Friends of Appleton Public Library
- Loop: So many reasons to love our libraries
- Loop: Kimberly Public Library’s Storybook Garden: A Community Vision
- Loop: Legacy to help build New London’s new public library/STEM education center
- Appleton Ready to Read: Outreach program brings early literacy to Hmong and Hispanic families
- Libraries in Bloom: Appleton Ready to Read
- Appleton Public Library
- Neenah Public Library
- Menasha Public Library
- Brillion Public Library
- Valley VNA Senior Care
Featuring Colleen Rortvedt, Director, Appleton Public Library
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