I no longer go to my local library. Despite a renovation, I find it lacking in the books I want to read. The chairs are uncomfortable and some of the other patrons can't quite grasp the concept of a quiet place.
We usually go about once a week, mainly for my husband. I buy books at yard sales, and sometimes new books at Walmart. I have more books now than I will probably not live long enough to read all of them. Then our 90 year old neighbor gets my books when I finish them. Hubby has books galore in the cloud.
Lindsay Graham's conscience died with John McCain.
It used to be quite a bit. Then I discovered Waterstones where I would read all the books for nothing, except for a few I bought as Christmas presents by way of rent. Nowadays I rely on Project Gutenberg, archive.org and b-ok.xyz.
These days the only time I go to the library is to see if they are having a book sale whereupon I will buy stuff to sell via Amazon.
I'm the teacher-librarian at my school. I go to the library 5 times a week.
Lucky you! Librarians are my favorite go-to people when I'm doing research, which is basically always. I have access to a university library and go there at least once a week. Otherwise, I buy books or use my Kindle.
I'm afraid I haven't been to a library in a long time. Even though there is a library on the street where I live, but it's more of a children's library and they only have few books for adults.
When I was in school we sometimes had to go to the library to do research and there was this really unfriendly librarian, who was really weird and a bit creepy, so most of us disliked going there just for pleasure. It was a hideous modern building anyway, not really a comfortable place to be in.
If there was a lovely old library in my vicinity I would love to go there regularly, but unfortunately I have never been to a library like that.
"I prefer reading to writing. Reading changes your worldview. Writing changes absolutely nothing. Except, of course, when it makes you rich." Michel Houellebecq