Community invited to discuss future of Xenia Carnegie Library

 

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. 

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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. 

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For more information, contact Josephine Reno, (937) 361-2354, or visit the city's website, ExploreXenia.com and search for "Carnegie Library."

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