Transylvania County Library in Brevard, NC has always been a fabulous place but during the past year they have stepped up in a lot of great ways to help locals. Books and other resources are available and there are always friendly librarians to help with whatever the patron needs. Currently they are also serving as home base for a Covid – 19 call center as well as being a site for vaccine administration. I have been very impressed with their dedication and creativity during the pandemic.
When Chris and I were walking our little town the other week we stopped by the library to view the Window Walk that they have. The idea is a pretty simple one. They feature a different book a month and display the pages on the book on the front windows of the library – just at the perfect height for children to read and follow along.
While it is difficult to take pictures of the windows without getting myself or a lot of reflections you can get the idea from my amateur pictures.
The featured book this month is First Snow by Nancy Viau and illustrated by Talitha Shipman.
We have all had to adjust a bit in the past year. The library is a perfect example of how a great adjustment (or pivot as my husband says) can be made to meet the changing situation.
Have you seen any great ideas this week that show how a business or service has had to change during the pandemic? I would love to hear about it so leave me a comment and Comment for a Cause.