New Hewitt library more like a community center for everyone

May 26, 2016 at 1:19 pm Leave a comment

 

Hewitt Public Library

The joint library and city hall is an architectural masterpiece. The distinctive arched roof beckons visitors through the front door; and raised ceilings and massive windows create an airy, open atmosphere. Interior walls are bathed in a kaleidoscope of yellow, blue, purple and orange tones.

 

 

Wonderful community members who supported this creative new reality.

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Hewitt Public Library board members Eric Ames (from left), Shirlene Lands, Lydia Dashner and Mary Anna Roch stand in the quiet reading room, where the periodicals are kept. The president is Sally Goldman.Photo by Rod Aydelotte

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Entry filed under: community building, future of libraries.

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