Knowing there’s positive development in my hometown is a wonderful realization. It’s like Christmas but shared collectively rather than the recent American way (self-indulgent, greedy, Black Fridayed).
I found out the fine community of Wayne County is undergoing changes for a new public library!
I love knowing this is happening.
Books. Readers. Future pupils and stories to share amongst family members.
It gladdens a person’s spirits in September, especially when the school year is underway, and it’s easy to forget about anything but the task at-hand. But, this is future planning…and for good reasons!
Imagine: the next generation discovering their favorite authors on the Hwy 90 bypass in Monticello, KY. A middle school kid flipping through a copy of a YA novel (let’s say, The Hunger Games) and saying to themselves, “Hey, I can do this!” and by this they mean, writing a series of prose and sharing it with their family members.
What a cool NEW feature of town!
I’m glad to know this is coming (along with countless other avenues of business being added to town, plus, Lake Cumberland being voted 4th best spot to vacation in the U.S. this year). It takes time, but effort is always the first step.
With this new library going in, it’ll mean:
- programming via Wayne Co. schools
- access to titles (popular and obscure)
- story time for children, theatrical performances (possibly)
The Wayne County Outlook has the story here. Click. Read. Share.