|WHAT:||PHOENIX PUBLIC LIBRARY CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF HARMON LIBRARY
The media is invited to cover the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of Phoenix Public Library's new Harmon Library.
|WHO:||Councilman Michael Johnson
City Librarian Toni Garvey
Library Advisory Board Chair Rosemary Ybarra-Hernandez
|WHEN:||Saturday, Sept. 12
9 to 9:30 a.m.
1325 S. 5th Ave.
(Located south of Buckeye Road on 5th Ave.)
ABOUT HARMON LIBRARY:
Harmon Library was originally built in 1950 and is Phoenix Public Library's first branch facility. The new 12,300-square-foot facility features a children's story room, community meeting room, teen space, wireless Internet access, study rooms, more than 25 computers for public use, patio spaces and a new collection of newspapers and magazines, books, DVDs and CDs.
Designed by richärd + bauer, llc. and built by Mortenson Construction, the project was funded through the 2006 Citizens Bond Program.