Published on Thursday, March 20, 2014
For fiscal year 2012-13, there were 500,000 items borrowed, 335 visits to the library or bookmobile, almost 10,000 people attended 224 cultural and information programs, the help desk fielded 32,000 questions and volunteers gave 3,500 hours. "Over 800 people attended the multicultural Winter Celebration in one day," said Kim Bui-Burton. It was a busy day." But it was just another day in the life of the California's first public library, founded in 1849. - Monterey County Weekly.
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