When: Tuesday, April 21, 2015
What: Tour of the Castro Valley Library (6-8 PM)
Cost: free for BayNet Members, $5 for non-members
Join BayNet for a tour of the Castro Valley Library, re-opened at its new, larger, and more energy efficient location in 2009. The process took twenty years with extensive fundraising and planning from the local Friends of the Library.
The Castro Valley library is one of ten branches in Alameda County and serves as the community hub for Castro Valley and the Fairview Fire Protection District. The new library was designed around the needs of a rapidly growing community and includes an enlarged, current collection, educational and cultural programming, large Children’s Library and Teen Room. For more information: Castro Valley Library and Creek.
The tour will be lead by branch manager, Carolyn Moskovitz. Registration is required.
Please meet in the Chabot Room next to the Friends of the Library book shop. Light refreshments will be served. Event ends at 8:00 PM.
Location / Directions:
3600 Norbridge Avenue, Castro Valley, CA 94546
2 blocks from BART
1 block from the Redwood Avenue off ramp (I580)
Also near the 32 and 48 AC Transit routes.