Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Theresa Public Library: 2009-2014 annual circulation and program attendance

Admittedly, Retiring Guy spends more time highlighting the statistics of Wisconsin's larger public libraries, which is one of the reasons that I initiated this alphabetical series and decided to temporarily suspend this top-down look at 2009-2014 annual circulation and program attendance.

This series features a bottoms-up look at 2009-2014 annual circulation and program attendance.

All statistics found at Wisconsin Public Library Service Data.

2009-2014 comparisons

A member of the Mid-Wisconsin Library System

Library hours of operation:
  • Monday; Thursday:  12:30  to 7:30 p.m.
  • Friday: 12:30 to 5 p.m.
  • Saturday (Oct-May) 10 a.m. to noon
34.5 hours per week.  (Compared to 34 hours per week in 2009.)

Photo credit:  Theresa Public Library

Small libraries in the news:
U.S. Association for Rural and Small Libraries Market Research.  Survey and Focus Group Findings.  Executive Summary.  (February 28, 2013; 6 pages)
U.S.  The State of Small and Rural Libraries in the United States.  (Institute of Museum and Library Services, September 2013, 13 pages)
Alabama:  Funding tight for small rural libraries.  (Dothan Eagle, 2/7/2015)
Arkansas.  Small libraries struggle to stay open.  (I Love Libraries)
Colorado:  Best Small Library in America 2014: Pine River Library.  (Library Journal, 1/29/2014)
Idaho:  What about the small library?  (Idaho Commission for Libraries, 12/19/2011)
Illinois:  Small-town libraries struggling to keep up with technology.  (Springfield IL State Register-Journal, 7/5/2014)
Kansas.  Tiny Public Library in Kansas Uses Digital Projects to Stay RelevantKentucky.  (The Digital Shift, 11/28/2011)
Kentucky.  Owsley County's public library thrives despite widespread poverty.  (Lexington Herald-Leader, 12/27/2014)
Maine.  Rural Maine libraries on borrowed time as towns seek ways to save tax dollars. (Portland Press Herald, 10/2/2014)
Missouri.  Photo Gallery: Martinsburg Branch Library maintains large demand in a tiny town.  (The Missourian, 1/2/2016)
Montana.  The Loaves and Fishes Library | Best Small Library in America 2015:  Belgrade Community Library.  (Library Journal, 1/27/2015)
North Carolina.  State program helps public libraries share books.  (News-Observer, 12/25/2015)
Ohio.  Centerburg library small but mighty.  (Mount Vernon News, 12/7/2015)
Oregon.  Small town's library invites interaction.  (Eugene Register-Guard, 11/17/2015)

Other posts in the series:
Winchester Public Library.  (10/21/2015)
Neshkoro Public Library.  (10/22/2015)
Wabeno Public Library.  (10/23/2015)
Lone Rock Community Library.  (10/24/2015)
Hawkins Area Library.   (10/25/2015)
John Turgeson Public Library, Belmont.  (10/27/2015)
Argyle Public Library.  (10/28/2015)
Montfort Public Library.  (10/29/2015)
Taylor Memorial Library.  (10/30/2015)
Fairchild Public Library.  (10/31/2015)
Lowell Public Library.  (11/2/2015)
Independence Public Library.  (11/3/2015)
Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community Library (11/4/2015)
Bloomington Public Library.  (11/5/2015)
Allen-Dietzman Public Library, Livingston.  (11/6/2015)
Ettrick Public Library.  (11/8/2015)
Lester Public Library of Arpin.  (11/9/2015)
Lac du Flambeau Public Library.  (11/10/2015)
Clarella Hackett Johnson Public Library, Sand Creek.  (11/11/2015)
Drummond Public Library.  (11/12/2015)
Norwalk Public Library.  (11/13/2015)
Endeavor Public Library.  (11/15/2015)
Cobb Public Library.  (11/16/2015)
Centuria Public Library.  (11/17/2015)
De Soto Public Library.  (11/18/2015)
Westboro Public Library.  (11/19/2015)
Lester Public Library of Vesper.  (11/20/2015)
Ogema Public Library. (11/21/2015)
Benton Public Library.  (11/22/2015)
Readstown Public Library.  (11/23/2015)
Madeline Island Public Library.  (11/24/2015)
Scandinavia Public Library.  (11/25/2015)
Packwaukee Public Library.  (11/26/2015)
Wyocena Public Library.  (11/28/2015)
Deer Park Public Library.  (11/29/2015)
Kendall Public Library.  (11/30/2015)
Reeseville Public Library.  (12/1/2015)
Bruce Area Library.  (12/2/2015)
Iron Ridge Public Library.  (12/3/2015)
Edith Evans Community Library, Laona.  (12/4/2015)
Gays Mills Public Library.  (12/5/2015)
Viola Public Library.  (12/7/2015)
Big Bend Village Library.  (12/8/2015)
Shiocton Public Library.  (12/10/2015)
Presque Isle Public Library.  (12/11/2015)
Rock Springs Public Library.  (12/13/2015)
Poy Sippi Public Library.  (12/14/2015)
Granton Community Library.  (12/16/2015)
Eckstein Memorial Library, Cassville.  (12/18/2015)
Strum Public Library. (12/20/2015)
Withee Public Library.  (12/22/2015)
LaValle Public Library.  (12/26/2015)
Blanchardville Public Library.  (12/28/2015)
Hurley Public Library.  (12/29/2015)
Soldiers Grove Public Library.  (1/3/2016)
Hazel Green Public Library.  (1/4/2016)
Winter Public Library.  (1/5/2016 )
Dorchester Public Library.  (1/6/2016)
Cashton Memorial Library.  (1/7/2016)
Alma Public Library.  (1/8/2016)
Oneida Community Library.  (1/9/2016)
Jean M. Thomson Memorial Library, Stetsonville.  (1/10/2016)
Wonewoc Public Library.  (1/112-16)/

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Theresa is in Mid-Wisconsin, not WRLS