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The Doors are Reopening!

7th Jun 18

After a year and a half of waiting, the Hamilton City Council has announced a date for the reopening of the Central City Library.

Back in December 2016, there were serious concerns raised around the safety of the Library building, should Hamilton experience any seismic activity.  The issues that were discovered called for the immediate close of the building until repairs could be carried out.

Nine months later, the red tape was dealt with when Hamilton City councillors approved a $635,000 budget to address the necessary repairs and the work finally was approved.

Fast forward to June 2018 and the repairs are almost complete - A full two months ahead of schedule!

The reopening will be taking place on Monday the 9th of July, which will coincide with the school holidays.

The event to celebrate the reopening of the Central City Library will be focussed towards children, as the children and families of Hamilton and its surrounding areas, are the Library's most avid supporters.

The celebrations will include:

  • A performance by children’s entertainer Mr Roberelli, who will also be filming for their new music video
  • Story-telling by Dr Suess’ character The Cat in The Hat, who will be giving away a family pass to his show at Claudelands in October
  • A gift of the Hamilton City Libraries new tote bag, featuring the competition-winning design
  • A new display by Hamilton City Libraries’ Heritage Team
  • An “I Love My Library” story wall for customers to contribute to

It is important to note that the general public may not notice any changes in the Library, as the majority of the strengthening work took place behind the scenes. 

However, the recent 10 Year Plan for the City includes work to improve both the front and customer service areas of the Library.  This work is yet to be arranged and confirmed but the Hamilton City Council is looking for it to start sometime between late 2019 and early 2020.

 

For more information about the reopening of the Library, click here to visit the Stuff website and read the full article written by Libby Wilson.

 

 

 

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