Love Your Library Month: Rebecca M. Arthurs Memorial Library in Brookville

11807521_10152941837691283_3600190170153095843_oBROOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – February is National Love Your Library Month, and there are plenty of ways you can share the love.

Rebecca M. Arthurs Memorial Library in Brookville is inviting the public to visit and enjoy the relaxing, welcoming atmosphere of the reading area, children’s section, teen area, public computers, free Wi-Fi, and much more.

“Even if you don’t have a library card, you can find things to do. Read a magazine, use your laptop or phone, or ask for free help with using your new device,” said Patty Zion, Library Assistant and Grant Coordinator.

“A library card is free and easy to get. It only takes a few minutes. With your card, you can borrow books, DVDs, Kindles, and audio books. Your card also gives you access to borrowing e-books at no charge.”

This month, the library also has a coloring table set up so visitors can choose a coloring sheet and make their own creation.

While visiting the “biggest little library at the top of the hill,” visitors may choose to donate $1 and add their name to the temporary “Wall of Hearts.”

“It’s totally voluntary. No pressure, no stress–just a simple way to love your library,” said Zion.

Additional information is available at RMAlib.org and Facebook.com/rmalibrary.


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