On Wednesday, April 13, 2011 libraries across Illinois participated in “Snapshot: One Day in the Life of Illinois Libraries” by collecting information, comments, and photographs from events in a typical library day. The results indicate that the Lillie M. Evans Library provides invaluable services to our community.
In Just One Day at the Lillie M. Evans Library District:• 81 people walked through the doors of the Lillie M. Evans Library District
• 153 books, movies, and more were borrowed from the Lillie M. Evans Library District• 29 people used computers at the Lillie M. Evans Library District
• 45 children participated in programs at the Lillie M. Evans Library District
• 4 adults participated in programs at the Lillie M. Evans Library District• 52 people visited the Lillie M. Evans Library District’s web site and blogs
Comments we received on Snapshot Day included:
“I love this library! Staff is great, friendly and helpful. Love to listen to books. Princeville is lucky to have a great library!”
“Today I asked what the inside part of a flower is. They helped me right away and I want to thank them.”
Statewide data was collected on April 13, 2011. Last year, 310 Illinois public, academic, and school libraries participated. Snapshot Day is a project of the Illinois Library Association, www.ila.org/snapshot.