Central City Library is Moving to a New Larger Location this Fall

September 12th, 2019

Central City Library is Moving to a New Larger Location this Fall

Description

Central City Library is Moving to a New Larger Location this Fall: Allie Mae Williams Multi Service Center at 2020 Jackson Avenue

Library services have ended within the Mahalia Jackson Learning Center.

Pop-up Library Service: Until the new location opens this fall, there will be three-day-a-week Library service outside of the new location beginning Monday, October 7.

Pop-up Library Hours and Services:
Mondays, 2pm - 6pm
Wednesdays, 2pm - 6pm
Saturdays, 10am - 2pm

• All ages Library materials for checkout
• Children’s crafts & toys
• Weekly Storytimes every Saturday at 10:30am
• Free WiFi Access

New Location, More Services This Fall
• Increased days and hours of operation
• Dedicated areas for children and teens
• More public computers
• +2,500 more materials in the collection
• Outdoor space for programs and events
• Two on-site parking lots

Book Holds: During the closure and before the new Central City Library opens, books on hold that are usually picked up at Central City Library may be sent to any of our other 14 Library locations. You may request to have them sent to another branch by logging into your Library account online or by calling any Library location.

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