The Loudoun County Public Library has planned a grand opening party at its newest facility, the Gum Spring Library, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23. Remarks from local dignitaries, a ribbon cutting, visits from storybook characters and live performances are planned throughout the day. Gum Spring Library is located in Stone Ridge at 24600 Millstream Drive, at the intersection of Stone Spring Blvd. and Route 50.
Gum Spring Library – 24600 Millstream Drive near Stone Spring Boulevard and Route 50 – marks the county’s eighth branch and is expected to be one of the busiest, serving more than 100,000 residents in the fast-growing South Riding area of the county.
The new, 40,000-square-foot, two-story facility adds 80,000 new books and other materials into the county system’s collection, offers public computer stations and Wi-Fi throughout the building, and has a large meeting room, a conference room, and 5 study rooms.
Try the facility’s self-check-out stations, payment kiosks and digital displays as well as the permanent public art installation designed and produced by local tile artist Joan Gardiner.
Pages, the Loudoun County Public Library quarterly publication provides a full listing of library programs, events and services and is available at all branches and the library website, http://library.loudoun.gov
If you require any type of reasonable accommodation, call 703-777-0368. Three days notice is requested.