Stop by the Greenbrier County Public Library and you might see: A toddler skipping inside to attend Story Hour, a student hunched over a computer, researching a paper for class, an avid reader checking out a stack of books.\r\n\r\nThese are just some of the activities you help support when you attend library fundraising events such as the 33rd Annual Salad Luncheon, sponsored by the Friends of the Greenbrier County Public Library. The luncheon is scheduled 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5 at the Lewisburg United Methodist Church.\r\n\r\nIn an area where many people don\u2019t have computers, much less an Internet connection, the library is increasingly vital for functioning in today\u2019s world. People pop into the library frequently to print out plane, train and bus tickets and insurance cards that are only available to them online. Over 15,000 people used the computer stations last year. Another 3,000 brought in their own laptop computers to take advantage of the library\u2019s wireless connection.\r\n\r\nElectronic media are pretty popular at the library - nearly 99,000 e-books, 28,000 e-videos and 11,000 e-audios were accessed last year. \u201cPeople are really interested in all the e-formats,\u201d Library Director Ann Farr said.\r\n\r\nPeople still like paper, too. The library circulated nearly 64,000 items last year, most of those books. The children\u2019s programs drew 2,777 participants.\r\n\r\nThe luncheon takes place in the Fellowship Hall of Lewisburg United Methodist Church, at the intersection of Washington and Lee streets. Tickets are $8 in advance for adults, and $8.50 per plate at the door. Children\u2019s tickets are $3. A variety of salads will be offered, as well as turkey, ham, desserts, coffee and tea.\r\n\r\nMore information is available by calling the library at 304-647-7568.