YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — Monday’s hometown heroes have renovated one of the largest and oldest public libraries in York County.
The Martin Library on Market Street reopened on Monday, July 11 following nearly two years of remodeling and expansion. The focus of the renovation was to make it “cool for kids”.
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It includes a new area on the second floor for teens which has 3-D printers, video, and audio production tools, and robotics.
“(There are) expanded teen learning labs, hands-on education for teens, all about teens and technology, giving them the resources and tools that they need to survive and thrive in the 21st century”, Richard Lambert, president of York County Libraries said.
The Martin Library was built in 1935, and the renovation cost around $6 million.