On Oct. 11 the Napa Valley Register posted pictures of another value of the library during stressful times – charging stations.
On Thursday at Main, internet sessions saw a surge of almost 600% over an average day, and over 2,300 people walk through the doors by closing at 9 p.m. The circulation desk signed up so many people for library cards that they had to print more welcome brochures.
All the staff graciously helped people find a place to plug in, answered questions, gave help to someone trying to figure out their device, and all the things you do every “normal” day.
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The public is truly grateful for having such a warm welcoming space for them to plug in and hang out. People discovered the great resource. The library held Art in the Library on Friday to a packed house, again connecting people.