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Mayor Sarno joins East Springfield Library Branch to Celebrate National Library Week

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno joined today with Library Director Molly Fogarty, Assistant Director for Public Services Jean M. Canosa Albano, East Springfield Neighborhood Council President Kathy Brown and neighborhood council members, and the dedicated staff of the East Springfield Library Branch to celebrate National Library Week at the East Springfield Library on Osborne Terrace. The Springfield Libraries have been celebrating all our libraries all week with special events for National Library Week (Sunday, April 7 through Saturday, April 13). At the Springfield City Library, it’s all yours, just ask! Visit the library website to learn more:

Mayor Sarno states, “My administration is proud to celebrate and recognize National Library Week at our local East Springfield neighborhood library branch to highlight the essential and important role our neighborhood libraries play in our community. They serve as a place to learn, where the community can gather, and hold numerous events and programs to support and enhance the quality of life in our community. The neighborhood hub feel is alive and well at the East Springfield branch which we look forward to expanding and enhancing the East Springfield Branch which has been around since 1935. Not only has my administration kept all our libraries open with stable and expanded hours, but we’ve also built a new neighborhood branch library in our East Forest Park neighborhood and are working toward more. I want to encourage every resident to stop by and visit and support your local neighborhood library and thank a library worker for everything they do.”

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