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IB Library starting to Move Class Locations in Preparation for Move

Oct 09, 2015 02:49PM ● Published by Paul Spear

The Imperial Beach Library is starting to Move Classes as it Prepares for its Move to the Boys and Girls Club at 847 Encina Avenue in Imperial Beach on or about November 15th!

So far we have only received word on one class but will continue to post updates as they are received.

The “Thursday Morning Quilters” will now be meeting at the St. James Church in their cafeteria starting Thursday, October 15th.


Schedule for Important Dates for Imperial Beach Branch Library

Move to Boys & Girls Club at 847 Encina Avenue IB ........November’15th

Demolition of Old Library Building ....................................Dec’15-January 2016

Groundbreaking fir New Library....................................... Mid-January’2016

Move-in/Grand Opening of New Library .......................... Fall’ 2016

 Please note, these dates are released by the County of San Diego and can always change subject to events that may come up.

If you have any doubts about were you should be going, please always contact the Library first via telephone at 619-424-6628.

Do Not go to any other locations other than the IB Library for Library related items, business or classes until you have been told to do so!

I would like to "Thank" IB Library's June Engle and Supervisor Cox and his staff for always letting me know what is happening in their office that effects our community!

Paul Spear, Editor

DigImperialBeach.com


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