Is there quiet work space at the library??
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I love my grandkids dearly, but they are full of energy and noise! I wouldn't have it any other way, but every now and then I need a quiet place to work on a writing project of mine. I'm working on my memoirs so those grandkids will know what life was like when dinosaurs roamed the earth! Anyway, I need a place with power, internet access and a little room to spread out. Is there a good space for me at the library?
Wood B. Ryder
Absolutely, no problem! You've got various options here. We have study carrels against the east wall, a couple of quiet rooms, and one larger room where you can meet with someone else. We have wi-fi access inside the library and power ports too. Everything is on a first come, first serve basis, but we generally don't have an issue accommodating our patrons. We've even got coffee in the morning, just in case you need a little eye-opener.
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