The Post Falls Library has the room; what it needs is improvements, said Anne Abrams, administrator for community resources for the Community Library Network. Post Falls Library is home to several children's programs and special presentations, such as the Patrick McManus impersonator who attracted a crowd of more than 300 people last year. Abrams said guests of the event sat or stood anywhere they could, crowding in against the stage and around the book stacks for a view of the show. "I want us to host big programs, especially during National Library Week and Banned Book Week," Abrams said. "It's just so cool to have the community all gathered in our library." While there is no plan to expand the building, the library network is seeking a $4,970,940 levy to improve facilities and meet changing patron needs across its seven libraries in the district/Mary Malone, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here.
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