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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Library Set to Reopen After Suffering Serious Water Damage

The Uptown branch of the Butte-Silver Bow Public library is reopening with a celebration for the public.

The library suffered extensive water damage back in November due to a water line break. Now the staff is gearing up to reopen all floors of the building.

The grand reopening celebration will take place Saturday, April 2, according to Director of the Library Lee Phillips. It will include board game competitions, video games, a slide show of the library's progress since the flood, cookies and more. Activities will be on every floor of the library.

"The entire library will be open and that'll be for the very first time so you can peruse for your own books. A librarian won't have to get them for you," said Phillips.

The Annual Spring Book Sale will also kick off on Saturday and run for a full week, according to Phillips. Most items are $3 or less.

With the reopening of the Uptown location Phillips is now making decisions about the south branch in the Butte Plaza Mall. She is asking for your help by filling out a four question survey.

"Our lease is up June 30, and we kind of want to get a feel from the community on whether or not this is something they want us to continue so that we can include the lease and cost in next year's budget," said Phillips.

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