Please Note: For convenience, we’ve decided to cancel our Nov. 11 session in favor of public meetings at each of our locations (except Plaza) early next year. Dates and times will be posted online, on our social media and in our libraries. Enjoy the three-day Veterans Day holiday.
Read Arlington Mercury coverage of our first session.
Arlington Public Library continues with the second in a series of public gatherings to create—with its customers—a shared vision of the future for the Library.
The goal of these gatherings is to help answer questions like: Where are we going as a library? Where do we need to go? And what will it take to get there?
Please join us for Session No. 2: Storyboarding the Future of Arlington Public Library
Thursday, Nov. 3, 7 p.m.
Fairlington Community Center, 3308 S. Stafford St., first floor.
Building on our very successful Oct. 27 charrette at Walter Reed and our evolving main “plotlines”-—content, programs, technology and spaces—this public meeting will help organize our ideas for the future. By sorting them into short-term and long-term actions; strategic and operational opportunities; and lower impact and higher impact possibilities, we’ll chart the best avenues for implementation. And we’ll no doubt be adding some imaginative flourishes!
We’re incorporating survey results at our upcoming public discussions.
Questions/comments, keep in touch: Email firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Future” in subject line.