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Marcus Moore Restorations

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Public Invited to Share Ideas for Renovated MLK, Jr. Library

Thu., Apr. 24 (5:30-8pm): Starting with a half-hour presentation by the architects that have been selected to completely re-design the interior of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library at 9th and G Streets, NW and followed by a two-hour roundtable discussions, the public will have an opportunity to comment on what kinds of spaces and technology ought to be included.

(For background information on this major project see our recent report , “DC Library Trustees Select Architectural Team for the Long-Awaited Reconstruction of MLK Central Library at Gallery Place,” InTowner, March 2014 issue PDF page 1; http://tinyurl.com/l4kxcr8.) 

Topics that will be the subject of the roundtable discussions will include the following: Technology/Innovation, Local D.C. History/Special Collections, Cultural & Community Spaces, Mixed-Use/Shared Spaces, Adult Services. Teen Services, Children’s Services, Services to People with Disabilities. To participate on-line and for more information on the renovation, visit dclibrary.org/mlkfuture.