Thursday, September 27, 2007

EqualAccessLibraries Institute @ the Farmington Libraries

I am especially excited to host the EqualAcess Libraries Institute here at Farmington on September 26-7. Kathy Lesco and Hal Bright attended this Two day seminar on the Future of Libraries providing new and innovative methods for delivering outstanding and salient library services in the 21st century.

Children's Depatment staff meeting

I stopped by the children's department staff meeting yesterday and took this photo. Our children’s staff is the most creative and wonderful people I have ever worked with. And, I can tell you, with the utmost certainty, that the children of Farmington are very fortunate to have the services they provide.

It requires a great deal of planning and preparation to provide the high quality services they deliver and I am most happy to be affiliated with them. Please stop by and see all the great things happening here.

Unionville Festival September 30th Noon Till Five

I am looking forward to seeing you at the Unionville Festival on September 30th from Noon Till Five. The Farmington Village Green and Library Asociation's (FVGLA): Libraries, Stanley Whitman House, and the Friends of the Library will all be there to answer questions and especially to sign up new people for free library cards.. See you there.

Master Gardners Appreciation Brunch

In recollecting the summer I am compelled to share this photo of the Master Gardner’s appreciation brunch. These people are just the best! They work diligently to maintain our world class flower gardens and continually prune our trees and mulch and maintain our shrubbery. Keep on the outlook for their new web page that will have listings of all the plants in our garden along with planting and maintenance instructions. Furthermore, did you know that the master gardeners are here every Friday from around 9 till 11 in the morning to work on the garden and answer any gardening questions you may have about plants and plant care.
Please strop by to learn about growing beautiful living things...