Switzer Library in Marietta will be undergoing renovations beginning in July with the last day of service on June 30.
A celebration will be held from 3-5 p.m. June 27 at Switzer Library to say farewell to this library as it has been known to the community for 30 years.
Switzer Library, 266 Roswell St., will be closed for two months beginning July 1 and will reopen for Limited Services on Sept. 3.
Nearby libraries include Sewell Mill, 2051 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta; Sibley, 1539 South Cobb Drive, Marietta and Stratton, 1100 Powder Springs Road SW, Marietta.
Limited Services include:
- Small collections of adult, youth and media material available for checkout
- Returns via book drop
- Hold pickup
- Account management
- Small number of public computers
- Printing and photocopying
- 3D printer services
- Small collection for the Georgia Room and two microfilm readers
- Phone service
New Features of the renovated library will include:
- Two makerspaces – one for adults, one for teens
- Dedicated teen space
- Family computing space in the Children’s Room
- New children’s programming room
- Outdoor plaza next to the Children’s Room with seating and a garden area
- Relocation to Switzer Library of Windy Hill Library’s special needs collection and services
- Enlarged Georgia Room
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