Cummings Park Library closes for weeklong upgrade

Published: Fri 25 Jan 2008 09:51 AM
25 January 2008
Cummings Park Library closes for weeklong upgrade
Users of the popular Cummings Park Library in Ngaio will soon be seeing some changes. The library will be getting a much-needed upgrade, with new carpet and interior paint. It will be the library’s first refurbishment in 22 years.
In order to get the upgrade work done, the library will be closed from Saturday 26 January– Saturday 2 February.
While the library is closed, users can return books through the after-hours slot. Reserved items due for collection during this time will be available from Khandallah Library, 8 Ganges Road, Khandallah.
The refurbished Cummings Park Library will re-open on Monday 4 February at 10am for normal opening hours.

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