September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the Good Neighbor City Library joins the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide to remind everyone about the valuable resources available with a library card.
“Our library is the heart of our community, and is an essential resource to empower students to ensure academic success,” said Mayor Emily Kuhn.
From borrowing books, eBooks, and audiobooks to getting homework help, learning new skills, or attending a book club or story time, a library card helps everyone do more of what they enjoy. All without stretching their budget. Interested in trying a new hobby? The library can help. Middleton offers book clubs to meditation seminars, from Canva workshops to movie screenings. With the many programs available – you are sure to find a hobby you didn’t even know you had.
“We have fantastic resources for all ages,” said Library Director Jocelyne Sansing. “We offer professional development tools, streaming services, free programs on hundreds of topics, and so much more.”
There’s something for everyone at the Middleton Library and signing up for a library card is the first step on the path to academic achievement and lifelong learning for students. It's elemental, really—everyone should have one!
Middleton, along with libraries everywhere, continues to adapt and expand services to meet the evolving needs of our community. To sign up for a library card or to learn more about the library’s resources and programs, please visit https://www.midlibrary.org/