The SLO Chamber celebrates the continued membership of the San Luis Obispo City/County Library, with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The first floor of the library features café style ambiance with new books, music, movies, and seating to encourage interactions among visitors. Two new group rooms furnished with digital displays and seating for six people will be available for public use. One group room will feature a “creative lab” equipped with advanced editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere, along with recording equipment available for public use.
The Library’s second floor houses the expanded children’s area with 500 extra square feet of space dedicated to story time and brain-play activities. The children’s area will have convenient family restrooms and a space for parents to meet in a family lounge space while their children are browsing the collection. A new 700 sq. ft. “teen space” has movable furniture, gaming, and project workspace to encourage meeting and interaction.
The third floor is now dedicated 3,000 square feet of space for more traditional library services such as adult nonfiction and reference materials; according to a press release.
For more information, visit slolibrary.org.