Monday, October 15, 2012
Sure to Boost Adult Program Attendance
Earlier today, I was chatting with Boss Lady about our adult programming. Sometimes, it's tough to get a solid turn-out, since people are so busy all the time. What could we do to boost attendance?
Browser the Library Cat attends a quilt program
Browser the Library Cat illustrates the perfect solution! I just saw this on Browser's Facebook page (You'll need to be logged into Facebook to see Browser's FB page, by the way.) Although this appears to be a youth services quilt program, the principle is the same for adult programming. Having a resident feline present will surely boost attendance to any program!
Now to the canned tuna, Boss Lady. Browser is an inside-the-library kitty. I, on the other paw, am an outside-the-library-only (unless I sneak in, which I sometimes do) cat. Maybe that should change. Just saying. People would be knocking the doors down to attend programs to which I am presenting moiself. It just stands to reason.
Minions, Make It So,
Cauli Le Chat
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P.S. Three Dog Night made this film for "The Show Must Go On" (1974), co-written by Leo Sayer (who first recorded it) and David Courtney. The song appeared on the Three Dog Night album Hard Labor (1974). The original LP cover art was considered too controversial at the time (a patient giving birth to an LP record), so a large bandage was added to cover the "birth."