By Kate Anderson
Prince William Public Libraries is forging headlong into the future with constant growth and modernization. The modern library is not just about hard-copy books anymore (though some really great ones live there). Bright airy buildings with computers to access e-books, journals, movies and music, peaceful workstations, welcoming and knowledgeable staff, community gatherings and programs, and rooms specifically devoted to things like art and ancestry, show how libraries are much more relevant, important and necessary to the community than ever before.
Connecting with Community Programming
“Prince William Public Libraries’ mission is to bring together people, information and ideas to enrich lives and build community in a welcoming, inclusive environment,” says Rachel Johnson, Communication Services Division Chief, PWPL Office of Community…