Nix Library is Open!

March 5th, 2017

Nix Library is Open!

Description

Nix Library reopened to the public on Monday, March 6, with a ribbon-cutting by Mayor Mitch Landrieu, City Librarian Charles Brown, and students from the Waldorf School of New Orleans.

The extensive five-month project consisted of many facility repairs and upgrades, which include:
• A new floor plan design
• New paint
• Plaster repair
• 5 additional public computers, for a total of 11
• A New self-checkout machine
• New furniture and shelving
• A New water fountain
• New staff work area
• Plumbing and electrical work
• Floor replacement
• New hardscaping
• New Lighting

The Library hours will remain unchanged from before the renovation:
Monday through Thursday from 10am - 8pm
Friday and Saturday from 10am - 5pm

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