Contact: Raquel Taylor
Public Information Specialist I
(757) 664-7328, ext. 341
Explore the World @ Your Library during National Library Week, April 10-16
The observance for National Library Week began in 1958, and is sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April. Itís a time to recognize the contributions of our nationís libraries and librarians. All types of libraries; school, public, academic and special - participate.
In honor of National Library Week, NPL is hosting special storytimes featuring NATO countries. Each library location will highlight stories about a different country.
Bring the family to a program below for stories and fun!
Saturday, April 9
Pretlow Anchor Branch ~ 441-1750 @ 2:00 PM (United Kingdom)
Wednesday, April 13
Blyden Branch ~ 441-2852 @ 10:30 AM (
Horace C. Downing Branch ~ 441-1968 @ 10:30
Thursday, April 14
Friday, April 15
Little Creek Branch ~ 441-1751@ 10:30 AM (
Larchmont Branch ~ 441-5335 @ 3:00 PM (
Saturday, April 16
Van Wyck Branch ~ 4411-2844 @ 2:00 PM (
Saturday, April 30
for the NPL Bookmobile at the NATO Parade of Nations in downtown
For program updates and detailed information, visit your NPL location, or see the libraryís website at www.npl.lib.va.us. Library programs are always free and open to the public.
Norfolk Public Library offers access to information, books, programs and online
resources to meet the needs of our diverse community for life-long learning.
The library system consists of one main library, ten branch libraries, one
anchor branch library, and a Bookmobile. All programs are FREE of charge. Visit
www.npl.lib.va.us or call us at (757)
664-READ for more information. NPL Ė Creating a City of