After 18 Month Renovation Peterborough Library Hosting Grand Re-Opening January 30th

After an 18 month reno, Peterborough Public Library (345 Aylmer St. N.) is excited to be hosting its grand re-opening to the public on Tuesday, January 30th.

The grand opening will begin at 9 a.m. that day with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a few short speeches, followed by light refreshments and tours of the new facility.

The library closed the doors to its temporary location at Peterborough Square on December 30th.

“We can’t wait to reopen our doors and show the community how much this space has transformed,” says Jennifer Jones, CEO of the Peterborough Public Library. “The building has served this community well for the past 30 years but the roles of libraries have changed over the years and this new space is designed to meet the changing needs of our community.”

The Library is excited to be moving back to a modernized building that offers additional community space for programs and meetings, a redesigned Children’s Area, a new Teen Area, enhanced technology and more space to sit and read, or work.

The Library also has a month full of events planned for all ages and interests in February. Information about these events will be available at the grand opening event and will be posted on the website soon.

For more info, visit the library website here and Facebook page here.

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