St. Louis County Library officials invite everyone to join them when they host a grand opening celebration of the new Eureka Hills Branch at 10:30 a.m. on Jan. 10.
The moved last month into a new building located at 156 Eureka Towne Center (in the Shopping Center), which is twice the size of the previous branch.
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Festivities for the library's open house will include remarks by Eureka Mayor Kevin Coffey, as well as library representatives. Activities throughout the day will include giveaways and a special story time at 10:45 a.m.
Free refreshments will be provided by members of , a grass roots initiative launched some Eurekans interested in improving the space and diversity of materials and options available for all ages.
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The new Eureka Hills Branch is nearly twice the size of the previous location. It features comfortable seating throughout, a community meeting room and designated areas for teens and children.
The new space enabled the library staff to expand their collection of library materials; 30 percent larger than the previous building. Eight computers are available for public use, along with multiple outlets for laptop users accessing the library’s free Wi-Fi and a couple of computers devoted to children's use.