On Thursdays June 21 and 28, the Edgartown Public Library will hold public meetings in order to create a five-year strategic plan for the library’s future, according to a press release by the library. The meetings will be held from 6 to 8 pm on both days.
At the first meeting, “a professional consultant will lead a brainstorming session focused on the library’s strengths, opportunities, and aspirations,” according to the release. At the second meeting, the consultant “will meet again with the group, building on the ideas of the week before to identify key priorities for the library in the years ahead.”
The sessions will be held in the library’s program room, and refreshments will be served at both meetings.
The library would appreciate the public’s participation in the meetings, as it is “essential to the crafting of a strategic plan that aligns the work of the Edgartown library with the needs and aspirations of the community it serves,” according to the release.
Those planning to be at the meetings must confirm their attendance by emailing the library director at firstname.lastname@example.org.