The Birmingham Public Library staff would like to invite residents of Birmingham to participate in the upcoming "Town Hall Meetings @ Your Library". We are seeking input from the community to help plan for the collections and related services in each location. Citizens of Birmingham are encouraged to share their ideas with us and explore the connections between quality public libraries and improved community life.
Adults and children may also fill out surveys online or pick up a survey at any Birmingham Public Library location.
Town Hall Meetings @ Your Library:
Place: Birmingham Public Library locations
Time: 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, October 7 Central Library
Monday, October 13 Five Points West
Tuesday, October 14 Avondale
Monday, October 20 North Birmingham
Tuesday, October 21 Springville Road
Surveys: Adult and Children
The staff of the Birmingham Public Library is updating its collection management policy. A collection management policy is a tool that guides the planning, selection, maintenance, and distribution of library materials. This policy always includes a community analysis.
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