After delving into the idea of building an entirely new library in Park City, the city council agreed that keeping the library in the Carl Winters Building and renovating that historic building is more of a priority for the community. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The plans for bringing Park City residents a "21st century" library are being scrutinized as the city council considers whether the price tag for building an entirely new building is more feasible than updating and greening the current library, a 20th century building. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
A popular topic in February, with Valentine's Day, is love. But February is also Love Your Library month, and the Park City Library, and the county's Kimball Junction branch, will be participating in activities on Feb. 12th. Rick Brough has more.
The new Park City Mayor and city council member will be sworn in on Monday, but for outgoing council member Alex Butwinski, the end of his term brought some unanswered questions about future development in Old Town. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
When architects try to create a 21st century library out of an historic building, they have some considerable challenges. As the Park City Council heard at a recent meeting, juxtaposing historic design with modern design is how the Carl Winters Library building could transform in it s upcoming renovation. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
When architects try to create a 21st century library out of an historical building, they have some considerable challenges. As the Park City Council heard this wee in a presentation, juxtaposing historic design with modern design is how Carl Winters Library building could transform with it's upcoming renovation. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Park City Library Board has hired Adriane Herrick Juarez as the new library director. This comes just months before the library is scheduled to undergo major renovations. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Exciting Back to School news! All students (ages 5 – 18) living in Summit County are welcome to get a free ‘Summit County Student Card’ to check out materials at the Park City Library. Contact the Park City Library for more information: 435-615-5600.