Snapshot Day at the Library

A snapshot of #molibraries.

A snapshot of #molibraries.

We recently participated in a state-wide project to record and document a typical day in the life of a public library.

On the designated day, library staff members made a special effort to take pictures of anything and everything going on in the library. Our staff took photos of many typical activities – patrons using the wireless internet, children making crafts, a group discussing a book, staff behind the circulation desk, a library courier sorting books in the garage – and posted it all on Facebook with the hashtag #molibraries.

A few of our favorites from the day are below. Or search “molibraries” in your  favorite social networking website and see photos from public libraries from all across the state.

Young patrons at Northern Resources Center in Belton on Library Snapshot Day. #molibraries

Young patrons create at Northern Resources Center in Belton on Library Snapshot Day. #molibraries

Patrons at Garden City access the wireless internet on a laptop. #molibraries

Patrons at Garden City access the wireless internet on a laptop. #molibraries

A patron locates a good book at the Harrisonville library. #molibraries

A patron locates a good book at the Harrisonville library. #molibraries

The Bookmobile makes the rounds. #molibraries

The Bookmobile on parade. #molibraries

Libraries are still a place for reading! #molibraries

Libraries are still a place for reading! #molibraries

Sorting library materials for delivery. #molibraries

Sorting library materials for delivery. #molibraries

Working a puzzle at the library. #molibraries

Working a puzzle at the library. #molibraries

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