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And you know the hours that they’re open seems kind of partly [inaudible] because the kids are in school the majority of time that they’re open. [Yeah. ] So I mean if you’re gonna cut back to four hours at least cut back starting when the kids get school and get in from school they don’t feel like that they have a good place to do their homework. So they were open on Saturday the Saturday hours probably don’t really matter because kids can come and go on Saturdays and tomorrow but the weekdays this is kind of weird that they’re they closing right shortly after kids get out of school.


Descriptions:
E. Library provides / doesn't provide
Dimension Categories:
Lifelong Learning and Cultural Engagement
Codes:
8. social connection
Quote ID:
458:16:00
Document Number:
8_3_20

Yes actually there’s a group of people. Yes I’ll say that. There’s a group of people in the rec districts that are actually trying to pull some more family activities into [Case Study Town]. That’s some good ideas going on


Descriptions:
A. Community members want / don't want
Dimension Categories:
Lifelong Learning and Cultural Engagement
Codes:
3. knowledge / discovery
Quote ID:
458:02:00
Document Number:
8_3_20

I like the outdoors. You know, fishing. There’s lots to see. The wilderness. Animals. Even like plant life like I was just there two weekends ago. I guess it was last weekend actually and we went on a hike to all the falls of themselves. And I was taking pictures. of all the wild mushrooms it just looks cool.


Descriptions:
A. Community members want / don't want
Dimension Categories:
Lifelong Learning and Cultural Engagement
Codes:
4. nature
Quote ID:
457:03:00
Document Number:
8_3_19

kids stay together for a few hours and do that. And it creates a really fun community with the kids and they get to see each other once a week. You know guaranteed you know unlike in a city when you’re summertime you don’t really get to see your friends as much. So that’s how Jacob got to know everybody in town and that’s how I got to meet the parents. So I really felt like that was a. Key for us to become a part of the community there


Descriptions:
E. Library provides / doesn't provide
Dimension Categories:
Lifelong Learning and Cultural Engagement
Codes:
10. to be seen / feel known8. social connection
Quote ID:
458:04:00
Document Number:
8_3_20

I don’t know, just outgoing people, nice, friendly. You know things that for all the difference of all ages to do. Like that kind of stuff.


Descriptions:
A. Community members want / don't want
Dimension Categories:
Lifelong Learning and Cultural Engagement
Codes:
8. social connection
Quote ID:
457:01:00
Document Number:
8_3_19

Ideal community. Well where the neighbors help each other and they look out for each other.


Descriptions:
A. Community members want / don't want
Dimension Categories:
Lifelong Learning and Cultural Engagement
Codes:
9. supported
Quote ID:
458:01:00
Document Number:
8_3_20

I like it because you know it is a small town and there’s lots of things hiking poking around for the summer. Fall whatever and obviously gets a lot of snow so we get to do smo– or snow sports like snowmobiling. Four wheel riding and all that in the summertime. And it’s just peaceful to me.


Descriptions:
A. Community members want / don't want
Dimension Categories:
Lifelong Learning and Cultural Engagement
Codes:
4. nature
Quote ID:
457:02:00
Document Number:
8_3_19

Well I think guys like say with the love of books it’s always been my thing I’ve always loved to read. I’ve always read like going to a library it’s always been that I don’t know since I walk into a library it’s like relaxed and at peace my peaceful place.


Descriptions:
E. Library provides / doesn't provide
Dimension Categories:
Physical & Mental Health
Codes:
2. infrastructure
Quote ID:
456:21:00
Document Number:
8_3_18

I left I left. Even growing up as a kid. I also liked to go to the library. Just ’cause you know the books look at different books and. I read a lot more as a kid than I did as an adult but now that I’m getting older. I find myself reading more. Yeah. I like to just go and look at the different books yeah.


Descriptions:
E. Library provides / doesn't provide
Dimension Categories:
Lifelong Learning and Cultural Engagement
Codes:
3. knowledge / discovery
Quote ID:
457:05:00
Document Number:
8_3_19

Or if it’s a place so that kids can go in like that they don’t have computers at home at their own personal home they can go look and get off at the library and use the computer there for. Their schoolwork or if they need to research a project. And there’s all I was looking at. I left to go to the library to myself when I’m there. Just that you know those books. Interesting books that I might want to look at while I’m at the house with my friends. Yeah. My own time just to read a book whatever. There’s lots of reference books there. And there are different projects for the kids there, reading times. But in the summertime especially they have like one day a week I think. When I was there during the summer they had like one of days I think it was well they do a reading time and then they do like little crafts. [Yeah. If] what I’m doing what I’m doing while I’m there, I help out with too.


Descriptions:
E. Library provides / doesn't provide
Dimension Categories:
Lifelong Learning and Cultural Engagement
Codes:
3. knowledge / discovery
Quote ID:
457:04:00
Document Number:
8_3_19