WARSAW — The Warsaw Community Public library is extending their hours on Wednesdays.
During a board of library trustees on Monday, March 13, a decision was made to extend library hours for two hours on Wednesdays. The library will now be open until 8 p.m. rather than 6 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Director Ann Zydek explained the change would allow the library to give people more access to their collection and resources. The additional hours will be covered by individuals already working at the library.
The library’s 3-D printer has been delivered and installed. Library staff have completed a few test runs and will unveil the machine to the public sometime in April.
During the director’s report, Zydek informed the board that after the library board’s retreat she had been talking with other library department heads about ideas with how to go forward with the year.