Presentation on theme: "Read-to Ride in Cornwall: Library Card as Bus Pass presented by Brenda Wilson Head, Young Adult & Children's Services Saturday, January 31 OLA SuperConference."— Presentation transcript:
Library Bus Pass Memorandum of Understanding Change Indicators 1. Increased rate of takeup in Library readership and bus ridership in Cornwall 2. Change in complexity and use of the Library and Cornwall Transit over time. 3. New opportunities for youth and their families to access these and other City services. 4. Formation of an environmentally aware and proactive community.
The following rules apply…. 1) only valid library cards with a Cornwall Transit sticker provide the free library/bus service; 2) children aged 3 to 10 must travel with an adult; 3) children aged 11 to 13 may travel without an adult; 4) card holders may travel anywhere The Bus goes; 5) library/bus cards may not be lent to, or borrowed by others; 6) any abuse or misuse of the card will result in suspension of its privileges. All you need is your free library card with a Cornwall Transit logo on it to enjoy a free "Read to Ride" Summer! Library Bus Pass Rules
Final Statistics This 10th summer reading program had remarkable, year-over-year stats: 308 reading club members ( 22% increase ) 8,750 books read ( 22% increase ) Library memberships (30% increase ) 636 library card bus passes issued 2,792 passengers on Cornwall Transit ( 18% increase )
Brenda Wilson, Cornwall Public Library Head, Young Adult & Children's Services P.O Box 939 / 45 Second Street East Cornwall, ON K6H 5V1 Tel: (613) 932-4796 / Fax: (613) 932-2715 www.library.cornwall.on.ca Photos courtesy of Standard Freeholder and the Cornwall Public Library