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books, audiobooks, DVDs and movies were checked out from the library, which represents 22 items per Loudoun resident.
people visited the library to seek answers to their questions, attend programs, check out materials, and be part of the community.
online transactions were made to request and renew materials and pay fines.
people signed up for a FREE library card.
people used the library to host meetings for their civic, arts, historical, and educational groups.
teens visited the A.V. Symington Teen Center at Rust Library for studying, gaming or just hanging out.
people living in senior centers were visited by the library’s Outreach Services program bringing them books and smiles.
people came to the library for Early Literacy storytimes, computer training, author lectures, and book discussions.
electronic resources, databases and e-books were accessed from the library’s web site.
children, teens, and adults participated in the Summer Reading Program.
Loudoun County Public Library