Librarians across the country are having a unique library week…. despite the challenging times of social distancing and sheltering in place, we are still there for our patrons !

Our Colleagues at the Federal Depository are asking that FDLP partners email them about..

Continuing to provide services

special resources & offerings undertaken in past year

& photos of staff members working remotely & any special events !

National Library Week began in 1958 and continues with honorary chairpersons such as Julie Andrews, John Grisham, and Judy Blume. The U.S. Post office commemorates library themes with metered postage stamps.

1985 NLW theme “A Nation of Readers”.  USPS issued this stamp in 1984.

From Wake up and Read” (1958) to 2020’s “Find Your Place at the Library“, Library Week themes have sought to inspire. In 2020 as the nation copes with Coronavirus , it’s time to remember one of its most beloved institutions… Libraries !

Showcase your library & share ideas with the library community….

Let’s crow a little about our history & current service during these difficult days …..


Celebrate National Library Week with FDLP !