More than 200,000 people walked through the James V. Brown Library in 2011, each with their own story.
On Monday, the James V. Brown Library will join other libraries across the Commonwealth in "SnapshotPA Day: A Day in the Life of Pennsylvania Libraries."
This opportunity allows library staff and volunteers to capture pictures, stories and comments from library users.
Customers visit the James V. Brown Library to discover their family stories, explore traditional stories and engage in stories that come to life.
And the staff is excited to hear how the library impacts users everyday.
Patrons are encouraged to stop by the library on Monday to share their story. The results will be used to raise awareness of available programs and services, and shared locally on the library's Facebook page and website.
"I hope our library users will stop by in person, or share their support online and be a part of this historic day," said Library Director Barbara McGary. "Libraries are more important than ever to our communities and library usage is at record levels. We want all residents of Pennsylvania to see what a typical day is like for a Pennsylvania library."
For more information, contact the library at 326-0536 or visit snapshotpa.org.