The Waukee Public Library is getting a makeover that will include a remodel of the children's area and a complete update of the library.
The project is projected to cost $25,000 and was made possible because of donations from community organizations and grant, according to a press release.
“We want to continue to make the library a nice place for everyone to visit,” Library Director Kristine Larson said in the release. “A lot of people use the library as a meeting place. They bring their kids to read and play. And, they utilize that time to catch up with one another.”
Improvements have already begun on the library. The children’s section will have additional learning centers, Lego stations, book bins and an “imagination station.” This will be the first substantial renovation to the property in 14 years, according to the release.
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