First of Seven Major Toronto Library Renovations in 2008
TORONTO, Jan. 31 /CNW/ - On Monday, February 4, at 1 p.m., the renovated
Jane/Dundas Branch (620 Jane Street) will reopen to the public.
Toronto Public Library will mark the occasion with a celebratory event
open to all. The Jane/Dundas Branch is the first of seven library branches
scheduled to reopen in 2008, after major renovations.
What: Grand opening of the renovated Jane/Dundas Branch
Where: Jane/Dundas Branch, 620 Jane Street
When: Monday, February 4, 2008 at 1 p.m.
Featuring: Ribbon cutting, family entertainment, music, prizes and
Jane/Dundas Branch Renovation & Library Service Enhancements:
- New main entrance and a new full service elevator.
- Nineteen computers featuring both high-speed Internet access and word
- Wireless Internet access.
- More than 11,000 new books, CDs, DVDs and magazines.
- New express checkout.
- Interior and exterior book drops for quick library material returns.
- New comfortable reading areas for children, teens and adults.
- New Teen Zone.
- Fully equipped bookable meeting/program room that can accommodate 80
people and double as quiet study space.
- Separate room for study.
- Teeple Architects Inc.
Coming in 2008:
- Cliffcrest Branch relocation & expansion S. Walter Stewart
renovation, Dufferin/St.Clair renovation, Bloor/Gladstone renovation
& expansion, Jane/Sheppard Branch relocation & expansion and
Kennedy/Eglinton Branch relocation & expansion
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system. Every year, more than 17 million people visit our 99 branches and
borrow more than 30 million items. To learn more about Toronto Public Library,
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