Create a Website Account - Manage notification subscriptions, save form progress and more.
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (Oct. 27, 2022) – WRL invites the public to join Library Director Betsy Fowler on Nov. 2 for informational meetings on the current Williamsburg facility and to learn more about important aspects of 21st century library buildings.
“Once in a generation, a community builds a new library, and now is the time when we need to start this process in order to see a completed building years down the road,” said Library Director Betsy Fowler. “This star-rated regional library system needs more space to serve the growing population.”
“We invite the public to get informed and get involved in the vision for a new library building.”
WRL will hold two public informational meetings on Wednesday, Nov. 2, one at 2 pm and one at 6 pm, both in the Williamsburg Library Theatre at 515 Scotland St. The public will be given the opportunity to share questions and comments at each session, and behind-the-scenes tours will be available of the Williamsburg Library facility. The public can also learn more about the need for a new library space at wrl.org/newbuilding.
*** The Williamsburg Regional Library (WRL) is an award-winning regional library system that consists of the Williamsburg Library on Scotland St. in Williamsburg, the James City County Library on Croaker Rd. in James City County, the Stryker Center on N. Boundary St. in Williamsburg, and its Mobile Library Services vehicles. The WRL service area includes the City of Williamsburg, James City County, and York County.
MEDIA CONTACT: Desiree Parker, Marketing and Communications Manager firstname.lastname@example.org (757) 741-3330