New Pittsburgh library ready to break ground

May 28, 2018 by  

Pittsburgh residents will soon have a new place to go to borrow books, access services and take part in the many activities that the New Baldwin Borough Public Library will have to offer, and they are invited to the facility’s official ground-breaking ceremony.

The public is welcome to this special occasion, which will mark the construction’s kick off. Guests will be on hand to address the crowd, and these community leaders will share their views about the project and how it can provide many benefits to the local area.

To add to the festive air of the day, light refreshments will be served. There will also be a tip of the hat given to the variety of city government departments, the state’s Department of Education, the Office of Commonwealth Libraries and all the other entities that have worked together to make this project a reality.

An event like this can be made even more festive by distributing items like promotional pens to members of the public who come out to be a part of the day, and these can be sourced from a local printer.

The ground-breaking ceremony for this new community facility has been scheduled for 10:00 am on June 8. It will be held at 5230 Wolfe Drive in Pittsburgh, and more information is available on the Popular Pittsburgh website.

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