Phoenix Public Library is in need of a good book, so it’s bringing on the best in the industry.
The Phoenix Public library, located at 926 N. E. Main St., will host an “A Book for Every Library” event on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 7:30 p.m.
The event will feature an introduction by the director of the Phoenix Public Libraries Library and the best of Phoenix Public libraries’ books.
The event will begin with a presentation by the Director of the Public Library, Tom Miller, as well as members of the library staff.
The presentation will focus on the role of the public library and how the public libraries contribute to society.
The following is the introduction of Miller, who will give a short summary of Phoenix’s public library: “We’re a library that’s been around for generations.
It was the city’s library until about 1970.
But it wasn’t until the late ’80s that the Phoenix City Council decided to have a public library in the city.
And so in that sense, we were really a part of the city for quite a while, and that was the moment that we were given our public library license.
And then, with the city council passing a resolution in 2000, it became a city-owned library.
And that’s what we do.
But we don’t own the books, and we don, like, own the shelves.
We have to give the books to the libraries.”
The event also will include information about Phoenix Public’s programs and services.
Read more at Phoenix Public Public Library website.