Thanks to the Walking Books program, Library patrons who cannot easily travel to the Library due to physical limitations can get Library materials delivered to their homes once or twice a month. Staff of the Outreach Services Department and volunteers make the deliveries and interview each Walking Books patron to learn his or her interests. Staff members help patrons keep track of what they have checked out and suggest materials that might be of interest to them. They deliver new materials each visit and return materials from the previous delivery. Materials are checked out for the entire period between deliveries.
To find out more about this free service, or to volunteer to help, call Walking Books at 883-6112 Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Walking Books volunteers enrich the lives of those in the community who cannot easily travel to the Library by selecting and delivering books and other items to their doorsteps.
To find out more, contact Martha Love, the Library's Volunteer Coordinator, at 616-0580 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.