Library staff love connecting with classrooms via virtual or in-person visits! Our visits support learning in a variety of ways.
Our staff can provide engaging, age-appropriate information on topics like:
- Fostering literacy skills
- Building study and research skills
- Demonstrating library resources
- Promoting a love of reading
- Providing tips for online safety and good digital citizenship
- Supporting college and career readiness
Staff Visits to Your School or Afterschool Program
Library staff can come to your community spaces such as schools, daycares, and afterschool programs. To learn more and set up a visit, contact the library location nearest you.
The Library has also created a wealth of on-demand videos on our YouTube channel that educators, afterschool providers, and caregivers are welcome to use in their teaching and learning activities.
Field Trips to the Library
We're always happy to accommodate scheduled tour groups at our 41 locations!
Educators can schedule a visit to their local branch library for activities like tours, demonstration of library resources, storytimes, library card sign-ups, and more. To learn more and schedule a visit, contact your nearest branch library.
Downtown Main Library:
Educators can schedule a visit to the Downtown Main Library for activities like tours, demonstration of library resources, storytimes, and library card sign-ups. The Downtown Main Library also has special genealogy and local history collections and a MakerSpace that students can tour. To learn more and schedule a visit, please contact Laura Madden, Special Events Coordinator.
Please note: the Downtown Main Library is undergoing renovations from the summer of 2021 through the spring of 2023, so we may not be able to accommodate all requests.