Raleigh, N.C. — Duraleigh Road Community Library has reopened after a renovation that includes an updated floor plan and upgrade children’s programming space.
“The Duraleigh Road Community Library has been nestled in the Duraleigh Corners shopping center for more than 30 years,” said Board of Commissioners Vice Chair Vickie Adamson in a press release. “Beloved by the community, this refurbishment breathes new life into a neighborhood institution that will appeal to a new generation of visitors.”
The library at 5800 Duraleigh Rd. is now open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday; and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday.
Other updates include new carpet, paint, shelving, service desk and furniture. The location is now offering many of the services offered at Wake County Public Libraries this summer.
They include, according to the release;
- Kids Book Bundles: Pick up a complete a short form and staff will prepare a surprise mix of 10 to 20 board, picture and/or beginning reader books for pickup.
- K-5th Adventures on the Go: Kindergarten through fifth grade kids can read, create, discover and explore through hands-on activities. Materials and instructions provided. Check out three books to get your kit (while supplies last).
- Summer @ the Library: Wake County Public Libraries is excited to announce its adventure-filled Summer @ the Library program kicked off on June 14. The theme is “Tails and Tales,” and it’s overflowing with opportunities for all ages to read great books, enjoy unique experiences and win prizes.
- Storytime on the Go: Grab a curated bundle of themed books, songs, rhymes and activities and voila! You have your own take-home storytime. Talk, sing, read, write and play together with your little ones when it’s convenient for you!
Check the library system’s website for more information about services provided through the library.