Welcome Reception Set for New Milton Library Director

The Friends of the Milton Public Library will host a welcome reception for new director Will Adamczyk on February 3.

Meet Will Adamczyk, the Milton Public Library’s new director as of January 1.

The public is invited to a welcome reception on Sunday, February 3, 2013 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the Keys Community Room of the Milton Public Library, 476 Canton Avenue in Milton.  Refreshments will be served and the event is sponsored by The Friends of the Milton Public Library.

Before his Milton directorship, Mr. Adamczyk had been with the Thomas Crane Public Library in Quincy since 2003 as a Reference Librarian, Circulation Manager, and Readers’ Advisor.

Before that he was the Youth Services/Reference Librarian in the Somerville Public Library in Massachusetts. He began his professional career as a reference librarian in Meriden, Connecticut Public Library after graduating from Holy Cross (1997, BA, Classical Studies) and earning his master’s degree in Library Science from Southern Connecticut State University in 1998. 

An Abington resident, Mr. Adamczyk is an elected trustee of the Abington Public Library.

Everyone is welcome to the reception. For more information, visit the library’s website, www.miltonlibrary.org or call the Milton Public Library, 617-698-5757.

-Friends of the Milton Public Library

Michael Brennick January 16, 2013 at 07:33 PM
It was dismaying to read the new director's quote in the Boston Globe:"Spurring interest in the library has been one of Adamczyk’s specialties... Adamczyk pioneered a program to acquire comic books and graphic novels for the (Somerville Library) teen section. The section, which Adamczyk described as formerly containing copies of "Tom Sawyer" and "Little Women," got much more use."" This is right out of Ray Bradbury's dystopian novel "Fahrenheit 451". The dumbing down of Amerika continues apace. But must librarians and public libraries be so enthusiastic about it?????


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