JACKSON – Sabrina LaSpata, a librarian at the Jackson branch of the Ocean County Library, accepted a proclamation from Mayor Michael Reina.
Reina had read the proclamation honoring National Library Week which runs from April 8 to April 14.
First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association and libraries across the country each April. National Library Week is typically held during the second full week.
Reina’s proclamation honored the Jackson branch of the Ocean County Library as a place of learning, sharing knowledge and as a place to be entertained and informed through its many services, resources and programs.
The Ocean County Library is offering several special programs this month at its various branches honoring National Library Week.