The new Lenexa City Center Library will open its doors to the public on Sunday, June 2, when we'll introduce you to your new Library and its amenities. A ribbon cutting will open the doors promptly at 1 pm. There will be remarks from public officials, and a recitation of a work commissioned for the occasion from the emerita Poet Laureate of Kansas, Wyatt Townley.
Activities on June 2 will include tours of the new building and an opportunity to see award-winning children’s book illustrator Stephen T. Johnson’s new work of public art at the site.
The new 40,000 square foot building occupies two floors at the Lenexa City Center campus. In addition to high-quality Library services, the new space features public meeting rooms, public computers and a robust children’s programming area.
• Kids area with dedicated storytime room
• Exterior Drive-Thru
• Holds Lobby
• Balcony with seating and device power
• 71,000 on Opening Day
• Wi-Fi access
• 20 public computer workstations
• Comfy seating and tables equipped with device power stations
• Wireless AV in Study Rooms
• Collaboration Tables