National Library Week, April 10-16, is observed annually to celebrate libraries and promote their use, and the Lois Nelson Public Library has become a crown jewel for Princeton.
The facility not only serves Princeton, but also serves patrons from Branch, Blue Ridge, Lowery Crossing and Altoga.
Lois Nelson Library houses 11,407 volumes, including 5,574 books, 47 audio books and 816 videos. Last year it served 6,065 patrons, who checked out 11,407 items, Library Director Cathy Dunkel reported.
By Joe Reavis • Staff Writer • [email protected]
For the complete story see the April 7 edition of The Princeton Herald or click here for the e-Edition.