10 Days, 100 Great Ideas
From Monday, April 6 through Friday, April 17 we are asking you to put on your thinking cap and raise your community voice.
Curtis Library is going to try an experiment in open community dialogue.
During those ten days we are asking Brunswick and Harpswell citizens to share their ideas about how Curtis Library can best serve the community, today and in the future.
Every day during that period we will post a new question to help you start thinking about the future of your library.
You can answer the question we ask, build on others’ answers, come up with your own ideas, share articles and images that are relevant to the topic – whatever you think has value.
Our goals are to find out what you think the library is doing right, where there is room for improvement, and what new things you would like the library to try.
Over the ten day period from April 6 until April 17 we hope to collect (at least) 100 new ideas that the library can then incorporate into its strategic plan update.
You can participate in any of the following ways, as often as you want:
- In the library’s lobby where you can write out ideas and post them to the lobby bulletin board
- On the library’s Facebook page
- On the library website
Help us by joining the conversation.
Curtis Library is here to meet your needs.
We’re listening – what do you have to say?