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Photos courtesy of Queens Library
Photos courtesy of Queens Library
The Bayside branch of the Queens Library reopened on July 20.

Bayside bookworms reveled in the reopening of their new library on July 20 with balloon animals and face painting.

The afternoon-long affair celebrated the completion of a $1.3 million project to renovate the Bayside branch of the Queens Library at 214-20 Northern Boulevard.

The complete interior makeover, funded by city and borough leaders, now includes a new self-service check-out station, separate areas for adults, teens and children, full handicap accessibility, and bright new decor at the 10,300-square-foot public library, officials said.

The branch closed late last December and reopened in June.

 

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