Your last opportunity to weigh-in on the revitalization efforts of the former Xenia Carnegie Library property is coming up.
The public is invited to two meetings Aug. 9 that will be hosted by the city of Xenia and the grassroots group Xenia Carnegie Library Friends.
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The first meeting, "Carnegie Library Brown Bag Lunch and Learn," is scheduled from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Greene County Historical Society, 74 W. Church St. Ryan Ireland, Greene County Public Library communications coordinator, a novelist and TEDx Dayton presenter who will talk in part about Andrew Carnegie's effect on libraries and culture.
The discussion on reusing the stately Carnegie building will continue at the second event, which starts at 2:30 p.m. the same day at the Greene County Public Library's Henry Hudson Room, 76 E. Market St.
For more information, contact Josephine Reno, (937) 361-2354, or visit the city's website, ExploreXenia.com and search for "Carnegie Library."