Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Artisphere should consult the library

This past Sunday afternoon, Arlington Central Library was filled with persons.  It's a great example of a highly successful county institution.  The library makes a great range of materials available to residents in a variety of ways.  It hosts lectures and readings and meetings, and art exhibits, too.  Now it even has a garden out in front ("Arlington reads...Arlington grows").  The garden includes a rain-water collection barrel painted by Arlington elementary schools students.

This July will mark the 75th anniversary of the Arlington Public LibraryArtisphere should consult the library on how to attract a crowd and build an enduring position in the community.

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