The Sterling Library will close at its current location, 120 Enterprise St., on Saturday to prepare for the opening of the new library on April 15.
During the transition, patrons can return library materials using the drop box at the new location, 22330 S. Sterling Boulevard in the Sterling Plaza shopping center. Also, “This Land is Your Land” citizenship programs and Loudoun Literacy Council ESOL programs will be held as planned at the Enterprise Street location through April 15.
The new library includes expanded space for library programs and community meetings; study rooms; adult, teen and children’s reading and learning spaces; and increased access to public computers. It will also include a dedicated “maker space” where children, teens and adults can learn to use a variety of equipment, including a recording studio, 3D printers, and sewing machines.
The new Library also will have extended opening hours, becoming the first Loudoun branch to be open both Friday and Saturday evenings until 9 p.m. It will also be open on Sunday.
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