Nice ‘addition’ to the neighborhood

Courtesy of Lerner|Ladds+Bartels, Warren Jagger Photography

In the first five months since the expanded Bolton Public Library has opened, overall attendance has doubled against the same period in 2008 (the last year in the old building), now averaging 186 visitors a day. Circulation is up 39%. Based on these numbers, library director Kelly Collins is projecting first full year attendance in the new building at 44,700. Pretty good for a town of 5,000.

And a darn good looking addition to the historic center, if you ask me.

How about this picture? Wow.

-Roland (also a Library Trustee)

Courtesy of Lerner|Ladds+Bartels, Warren Jagger Photography

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