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September Signals the Time to Get That Library Card

by Mark Bialczak | 3 months ago

Spokespeople for American Library Association

Sisters Idina Menzel and Cara Mentzel know the value of using a library card.

It's Library Card Sign-Up Month.

The American Library Association picks this month each year to help spread the word about the power of carrying a library card through life.

That's the subject of this week's community library column for the Eagle News Online/Star Review.

 

If you haven't seen it yet, you can read it here:

Look who’s singing the praises for Library Card Sign-Up Month 2022!
 
Tony Award-winning performer Idina Menzel and her sister, author and educator Cara Mentzel, are honorary chairs for the American Library Association’s drive through September to make communities aware of the powers that come with carrying your own library card.
 
The sisters point to children’s books, technology and educational programming. All of which is available at the Liverpool Public Library and other local libraries.
 
“It’s a little card that goes a loud way,” Idina said via ALA. “Let your imagination sing at the library.”
 
“The library is where your imagination sings,” added Cara. “Get your library card and check it out today.”
 
Stop by the Liverpool Public Library at the Information @ LPL Desk or Children’s Room Desk to get your first card, or find online details at lpl.org/getacard. Already have a card? Learn what it can do for you at our library card sign up page.