Mont Vernon New Hampshire Daland Memorial Library goes international, sending a message about the importance of reading in many worldly-wise directions. Reading is fundamental; reading is explosive when encouraged with such enthusiasm. The Daland Memorial Library message spreads the word, North, South, East, and West. Reading books regardless of where you hail from; reading is the natural catalyst for unlimited shared knowledge meeting us all on the level of common valuable understanding.
A small town library motivating knowledge, regardless of the many services large big city libraries offer; large big city libraries, are never referred to as the heart of a community (Fialkoff, 2010). Having that level of understanding, large big city libraries cannot reproduce the personal attention children of all ages receive once they walk through the doors of the community library, such as the Daland Memorial Library.
Small libraries verse large libraries, the volume of books and unlimited pages of information available do not provide the ultimate measure to the influence on quality of knowledge. The quality of knowledge is measured by the positive impact it has on the community it resides in.
In the 1990s, many large town libraries moved toward the Starbucks model, creating more a gathering space then a knowledge sharing place (Fialkoff, 2010). With that model came a change in atmosphere that lost is charm; its smell of old books, and its dusty appeal began drifting away. In the Daland Memorial Library, you will find a preserved atmosphere designed for reading, sharing knowledge and encouraging the familiar action of inquiring minds. Inquiring minds is the reason the first small town library was built altogether.
Modern society has a captivating vision for small-town libraries. A captivating vision, that the small-town library has mastered bridging the thirst for knowledge, sharing this knowledge with anyone who stops by to visit! Support your small-town library and come visit us in Mont Vernon, a captivating vision is awaiting you!
Fialkoff, F. (2010). Third Place or Thinking Space. Library Journal, 135(2).
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