Refurbished Paso Robles City Library Study Center
Thanks to the Paso Robles Library Foundation and its benefactors, the Foundation recently funded the refurbishment of the Paso Robles City Library Study Center, located at 3600 Oak Street. New collaborative work spaces were created utilizing Yin Yang tables, youth-sized chairs, staff chairs, backpack carts, book racks, and a busy cube for our young patrons.
The new work space is much more flexible and takes into consideration the variety of services provided to our community.
On the day of the grand re-opening, many students, and some of their parents, from Georgia Brown Elementary School eagerly waited for Mayor Steve Martin, Library Trustee Michael Miller, Foundation President Pamela Alch and City Librarian Angelica Fortin to cut the large red ribbon.
Once inside each child received a free reading level appropriate book to take home with them; these books were also funded by the Foundation’s benefactors.
The study center serves about 10,700 people per year, including students, early childhood education and parent education class attendees.