The modern public library supports life long learning, advances knowledge creation, and strengthens its community. It provides the tools and resources to support creativity, research, and problem-solving while asking and answering questions that challenge patron assumptions. Both the physical and virtual library spaces encourage patrons to engage with information, process it, reflect on it, have conversations about it, and develop new ideas. The Artesia Public Library is such a library; bringing people, information, and ideas together to create opportunities.
Jan. 20. Bring a sack lunch and join us for a discussion of "Hum if You Don't Know the Words" by Dianca Marais. Pick up your copy of the book today at the Artesia Public Library. Please visit our website calendar for additional information.