Novel Brews is a book club that meets next on August 27th, 2015 at Hoptron Brewtique on Main St. We will be discussing the graphic novel “Saga” by Brian K. Vaughan. Grab a flight or pint, and then join us for a night of camaraderie. Novel Brews is a monthly book club program that (usually) meets the 3rd Thursday of the Month at Hoptron Brewtique. Click here to register!
There is no summer vacation for the Carnegie Library, as its restoration into the new home for Patchogue-Medford Library’s Young Adult section keeps making progress.
Here are the latest photos from The Facilities Management Group of the building’s interiors and exteriors as the $1.5 million project at 150 W. Main St. in Patchogue Village continues:
As previously reported, the project is currently set for completion around Jan. 2016.
What are your thoughts or questions on the upcoming Carnegie Library building? Head over to the Patchogue-Medford Library’s Facebook Page, hit Like to get more library updates and talk about it there.
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