Renovations are underway at the Gloucester Public Library, Main Street Center, that are expected to transform the space, making it safer and more enjoyable for patrons and library staff, according to a county press release.
Though visitors to the library may experience some disruptions over the coming months, such experiences are expected to be kept to a minimum and the scope of services the library has provided over the years will continue with the construction.
Currently, the Children’s Area of the library is being renovated to give more space and library staff the ability to provide more robust programming. The Virginia Room is being enlarged to complement the expanded Children’s Area and to provide ample space for research. The Children’s Area has temporarily been relocated to the front of the library with a safety gate to prevent young people from suddenly exiting the building out the front doors.
Computers for patrons have also been temporarily relocated. The glass that...
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