Prince William County Public Libraries recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Central Community Library, which has new spaces designed for better programming and community enjoyment.
The renovations, which began in early 2020, involved redesigning its concierge desk with reference and circulation services, and adding a “maker space.”
The space was said to include equipment such as Cricut vinyl cutters, sewing machines and toys like Spheros, Ozobots, and Makey Makey, which teach children the preliminary basics of coding. The new space will have programs and will offer open times for individuals to use the equipment.
The library’s bathrooms were also be renovated and made compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, according to an earlier description of the project.
“Today marks a new, exciting chapter for Central Library and Prince…