Patrons celebrate grand reopening of Almonte Library in Oklahoma City

The Almonte Library has reopened at the Almonte Shopping Center in Oklahoma City. The site had served as a temporary library location while the Southern Oaks Library was closed for renovation.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: February 20, 2013 at 8:33 pm •  Published: February 21, 2013
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Patrons celebrated the Almonte Library's opening as a full-service library during a reception this week.

The site at 2914 SW 59, in the Almonte Shopping Center, had served as a temporary library when the Southern Oaks Library was closed for renovation. It proved so popular that Metropolitan Library System officials decided to make it a permanent location after Southern Oaks reopened.

During the Almonte site's 10-month run subbing for Southern Oaks, more than 5,600 library cards were issued, officials said.



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