"Connect with Your Library" spotlights libraries as places to get connected to the internet, use computers, and access a variety of technology resources. It reinforces the idea that libraries are places to connect with media, programs, and ideas--and, of course, books! Likewise, libraries connect communities to each other. Scroll down to see how FLCPL plans on celebrating with you! 

2022 National Library Week

Celebrate National Library Week April 3rd-9th, 2022! 

 

Meet the 2022 Honorary Chair 
of National Library Week! 
 

Molly Shannon, multiple Emmy-nominated and Spirit Award-winning actress, comedian, and legendary Saturday Night Live cast members, will help celebrate National Library Week as the 2022 Honorary Chair! 

How to Celebrate National Library Week @ FLCPL
 

1. Visit FLCPL
 

This National Library Week, April 3rd through 9th, visit your library online or in-person to learn how you can connect to technology, multimedia content, educational programs, and more. Take time to connect with us this week to see all of the wonderful things we have to offer! 

2. Participate in our Poetry Contest


 

Celebrate National Library Week AND National Poetry Month by completing an acrostic poem! Entries will be displayed on our Facebook page for public voting April 13th-16th. Turn in your poem to the circulation desk by Tuesday, April 12th. 

There are three separate age categories for submissions: K-6, 7-12, and adults! The top winners in each category will receive a Barnes and Noble gift card, a place in our library brochure, and will be displayed in the library! Please write clearly: illegible entries will be disqualified. 


You can pick up your poem contest form at the circulation desk or download below. Poems must be turned in to the circulation desk by Tuesday, April 12th! 









 

Click here to download the poem contest entry form! 
 

3. Share Why You LOVE Your Library!

 

Why do you love FLCPL? Share with us on our social media or stop by the library to create a heart telling us why you love your library! Hearts will be displayed on our circulation desk!