The two popular libraries are readying to welcome readers again after going through $1.5 million in renovations – the first time they’ve had since opening in 1976.
Renovations for both branches began earlier this year and include a sleek, colorful, modern interior design, improved network connections, ADA improvements and new restrooms.
The Euclid branch will feature 24 new computers, a tech lab, children’s study room, group tables and space for events such as summer reading programs, music and dancing performances.
The 10,000-square-foot library serves more than 120,000 people a year and hosts about 250 programs annually. The library serves nearby students from James Madison Elementary School, Palm Lane Elementary School, Loara…