Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich invites residents to a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, May 21 at 11:30 a.m. to celebrate the grand reopening of the newly refreshed MCPL Maggie Nightingale Branch, located at 19633 Fisher Avenue in Poolesville.
“I am pleased the Maggie Nightingale Library will reopen its doors to the community who have been waiting patiently for this critical community resource to return,” said County Executive Elrich. “With innovative upgrades as well as more accessibility for those with disabilities, the visitor experience at the Maggie Nightingale library has been greatly improved. I encourage all residents to come see and experience this newly refreshed library on May 21.”
“We are so excited to reopen Maggie Nightingale Library to its community members, who we know have been eagerly awaiting this day,” said MCPL Director Anita Vassallo. “I hope they will be as pleased as we are about all the new refurbishments.”
The refresh for the library includes the replacement of all flooring, new shelving in select areas, a new service desk, painting throughout, additional lounge seating, and replacement of the entry doors. Work was also performed to bring the building into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.