|Attendees wore their royal-type finery.|
|A reporter was writing her|
story while still in the library.
Quick shout-out to the hard-working, risk-taking staff from my home state's own Princeton (NJ) Public Library. They embraced a last-minute idea and threw a Royal Wedding party at 5a.m. (Eastern time) this morning so locals could gather for tea & scones and watch the big event on a big screen.
Of course, they were savvy enough to make sure this got great media coverage.
Princeton Packet was one that covered it ahead of time.
The day prior, the Trentonian report mentioned that he'd be at the event, chatting live. Cool!
Staff member / organizer Janie Hermann reported that The Trenton Times was there too, and even TV station News 12 NJ!
Library director Leslie Burger (also a former ALA president) was on hand as well. See more photos of the event on the library's Facebook page.
What did your library do to mark the big occasion?