Dublin, OH -- August 12, 2022. Patron Point announced today that Altadena Library District in Altadena, California, has adopted our patron engagement platform to support its mission to bring people and ideas together.
Altadena Library District serves a population of over 53,000 residents via two library buildings. The Altadena Main Library, located along the historic Christmas Tree Lane, was built in 1967. A park-like setting surrounds the unique 25,000 square-foot, mid-century modern building, which was designed by famed architect Boyd Georgi. The second location, The Bob Lucas Memorial Branch Library, in which the District Literacy Services are housed, was dedicated on the current site in 1957 and was originally called the Arroyo Seco Branch Library. The Altadena Library District currently has a collection containing over 80,000 volumes and circulates over 188,000 items per year.
The Library offers patrons digital reading and streaming services, a research database, and a "Library of Things" which includes laptops, telescopes, sewing machines, hiking backpacks, etc. Altadena Library District has an expansive events calendar featuring storytimes, art labs, a STEM club, health screenings, crafting sessions, and so much more.
About Patron Point
Patron Point is a fully-featured marketing automation platform that helps hundreds of libraries around the world drive their digital marketing and attract, onboard, inform, engage and retain library customers through targeted marketing and automated engagement.
It is the first of its kind patron engagement platform built specifically for public libraries harnessing data from a wide range of library systems including the ILS, ebook platforms, event/PC/room booking systems, databases and website to build a unified view of the patron's engagement with the library.
With Patron Point, libraries more fully engage their patron audience across multiple channels including email, website forms and pop ups, web widgets and social media tracking and SMS. Libraries can benefit immediately from a foundation of Proven Programs or create their own workflows that are customized to their unique user communities and needs.
Libraries interested in learning more about Patron Point can visit the company's website and request a short online demo.