Harrison County Library System celebrates National Library Week

Today is the second day of National Library Week, a week that promotes local libraries and their workers.

The theme for this year’s Harrison County Library System is “there’s more to the story” to highlight things beyond finding books at the library.

The library offers a variety of resources such as computers, printers, online databases, programs, and items such as board games, movies, and more to check out.

In honor of this week, the library has an author event scheduled for Thursday at the Pass Christian Library, offering a fine free week, and if you lost your library card you can get a new one for free. Harrison County Library System Director Sarah Crisler Ruskey said, “This week is a reminder of what we do and hopefully a little celebration of the things we do. We’re pushing the word out to everyone and if you haven’t been in a while, maybe you’ve got a fine, but it is a good time to reconnect with your local library.”

For more information on what is happening this week throughout the ten locations, you can go to Harrison.lib.ms.us.

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