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Tuesday, April 16 2013 is “Snapshot Day” at libraries throughout Connecticut and across the country.

Tuesday, April 16 2013 is “Snapshot Day” at libraries throughout Connecticut and across the country.

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Tuesday, April 16 2013 is “Snapshot Day”  at libraries throughout Connecticut and across the country.

Libraries will take a “snapshot” that day – that is, they will collect information to capture the impact that Connecticut libraries have on their communities on a typical day.

In these difficult economic times, Connecticut libraries are busier than ever with people coming not only to check out books but use computers, look for a job or attend the many programs that our libraries offer.

Please stop in at the Willington Public Library for a few moments and talk with us about what your library means to you.

Posted April 12, 2013

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