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Makeover Revealed

Keith is served by Ros at the new desk

Seating in the children’s area

 

Fiction displays

Biographies “reading room”

 

Orange City Library has reopened after being closed for a major interior refurbishment. The makeover brings the Library in line with community expectations and the emerging public library environment. The Library’s collections has been re-arranged to have a bookshop look and feel and there are plenty of places to read and study. Today more than 140,000 people are welcomed through its doors each year, taking part in programs from pre-schooler storytime, author visits to family history workshops. Last year the Library issued 202,000 items. Come in and see the changes for yourself.

 

 

 

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