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Regular library services will be available in Frisco and Breckenridge until the re-opening of the renovated branch in Silverthorne
SUMMIT COUNTY – In anticipation of the opening of the newly remodeled North Branch library, Summit County Library officials today announced the January 31 closure of its temporary library at Silverthorne’s Bluebird Market.
“The Bluebird Market has been a lovely temporary home for our library in Silverthorne,” said Library Director Stephanie Ralph. “Our staff is very excited for the additional space at the newly renovated building; we will be working diligently to get books back on the shelves and prepare to welcome back all our patrons.”
The renovation of the North Branch library was funded by Summit County Government and with support from the Summit County Library Foundation. The updated facility, located at 651 Center Circle, will include additional adult seating, a children’s craft area, an expanded teen area, and new outdoor reading and programming areas. It is expected to open mid- to late February.
During the temporary site closure, library patrons may still request library materials, but pick-up will only be available at the South Branch in Breckenridge or the Main Library in Frisco. Returns of library materials may still be deposited in the dedicated bin outside Silverthorne Town Hall at 601 Center Circle.
Contact: Sarah Wilkinson, Summit County Interim Public Information Officer