It’s finally that time of year in Teton Valley when we wait expectantly for our garden beds to burst out from under those layers of snow and mud. Over the next several weeks, some of us will take off to visit the desert, some to a beach, and some will just stay here and take down the Christmas lights. While we enter this long season of transition in the Tetons, we know one thing will be a constant, our library. When you stop by the library to check out a climbing guide, or your next beach read or even a guide to home improvement, don’t forget to peek in on the tool and seed libraries for help in your planting endeavors.
If spring cleaning is on your list remember to save your well cared for books to donate to the library. We’ve had an amazing renovation of the Victor Branch basement and look forward to opening the new space to the public. This is soon to be the home of our new Dog-Eared Den (DED). If you aren’t familiar with the DED, we encourage you to visit us at the back of the Driggs Branch and the Victor Branch basement to browse donated books which we give away in exchange for a donation in any dollar amount. These donations go to the Friends of the Library and directly help the librarians provide unique collections such as the tool library and seed collection. They also go towards improved programming, books, materials, and renovations.
So, just like the cycles of our seasons your discarded books and financial support will bring new life to our library.
Friends of the Valley of the Tetons Library