We at the Salmon Public Library are happy to welcome the “SPLAT” team making an exciting appearance on July 28th. Who is SPLAT? They are a Special Projects Library Action Team (SPLAT) to act in the ‘crows nest’ capacity, searching for innovation, proposing and leading experiments and pilot projects, discovering new opportunities.” Our community was hand selected on the list of this year’s visit’s. Not only will they be sharing ideas with our library staff and board, but will be engaging the public to join them in conversation, questions, and some hands on programming about what the future of library’s are regarding innovation, STEM programming, and other opportunities.
We will be joined by- ICfL Rep: Patrick Bodily. SPLAT Team Members: Jack Uhde, Crystal Miller, Deana Brown. Deana recently was chosen to visit the White House for the work she’s done with the Boise State University Maker Lab and now she along with the other SPLAT members mentioned above will be coming to Salmon to offer there encouragement, creativity and support in Salmon’s transition to a more accessible community facility offering a wider range of programming.
From 10am – 12pm on July 28th we invite you to come in, bring your family and participate in a dialogue about the possibilities Salmon Public Library can offer in the future.
We look forward to the opportunity to expand upon our existing Make It type programming with the help of welcoming in the SPLAT team. We hope you’re able to join us.