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five-year renovation

New Library Opened Tuesday In Worcester

New Library Opened

Tuesday In Worcester

Grand Opening Ceremony In Mid-May

The new Worcester-Schenevus library is now open at 120 Main St., next to its previous site in the Weiting Theater.

WORCESTER – After a five-year renovation, the new Worcester-Schenevus Library opened on Tuesday at 170 Main St. here, Diane Addesso, president, announced today.

A grand opening is planned in mid-May.

The new space is a Victorian former residence built around 1880.  The Library’s previous location, a single room in the Wieting Theater, was built by philanthropist Hellen Wilder Wieting in 1910 and expanded to two rooms in 1922.

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