Library debuts revamped space

Patrons line up at the service desk.

Fifteen months after COVID-19 forced the closure of the Keizer Cultural Center, one of its tenants, the Keizer Community Library, reopened last week with a ribbon cutting held on Saturday, Sept. 18 at the entrance of the center.

Library board president Paula Guiles introduced Mayor Cathy Clark who cut the ribbon hung across the center’s main doors in front of a crowd of more . . .

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