The St. Charles Public Library invites the community to explore the new look of the library during an open house from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 11.
The event marks the completion of a renovation project which began in February of this year. The open house will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony facilitated by the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce, tours, refreshments and entertainment. Patrons are invited to stop by to meet the new Library Director Pam Leffler.
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Features of the project include remodeling of Youth Services area with a new early literacy area, furnishings, additional computer stations and a new family restroom; relocation of the Reference Desk to a new location closer to the main entrance; new Info Commons area, Help Desk and additional computer stations; remodeling of the lobby and staircase; new paint, wallpaper and signage; carpet replacement; and other improvements.
The St. Charles Public Library has been in its current location since 1908. Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie donated $12,500 to the library board to construct a free public library building for St. Charles in December of 1906. The library is at One S. Sixth Ave., St. Charles.
For more information, visit stcharleslibrary.org or call (630) 584-0076.