Del Mar Library Celebration

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The San Diego County Library is celebrating its centennial, 100 Years of Stories, with events and activities taking place throughout 2013.  The Del Mar Library, hosted a celebration on June 13 in honor of the system’s centennial and the branch’s recent remodel.

The event included music by acoustic guitarist KEV, refreshments, and special remarks by: Supervisor Dave Roberts, District 3, San Diego County Board of Supervisors; Del Mar Mayor Terry Sinnott; and José Aponte, director, San Diego County Library.

The Del Mar Library recently underwent a remodel which was funded by a grant from District 3, the Friends of the Del Mar Library, San Diego County Library, the City of Del Mar, and the Del Mar Farmer’s Market.  The remodel included additional seating, updated spaces for children and teens, carpet, and a new marketplace area where popular materials are readily available for customers to check out.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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  4. Del Mar Library improvements
  5. San Diego County library wants to hear your story

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