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Wyandanch Public Library 48th Annual Open House Celebration: Group- WPL Board of Trustees and Staff
Wyandanch Public Library 48th Annual Open House Celebration: Group- WPL Board of Trustees and Staff

The Annual Open House is Wyandanch Public Library’s (WPL) most prestigious event of the year. It is a time for WPL to showcase its great programs, services and resources to the community while having a festive environment.  It was also a chance for the community to interact with the helpful staff and take-in first-hand the many services that are being offered. 

The WPL 48th Annual Open House Day featured information on Educational Resources, Technology Resources. On Site Learning, Career Support and Adult Literacy Programs.  The day’s activities included Arts & Crafts and entertainment featuring a local Author, Robert Williams, and musical guest Roz Brown and many more.  

The WPL is still closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the need to repair the library’s 36-year-old HVAC system. Most of the services, programs and activities are held virtually. Although the 48th Annual Open House Day was held on the grounds of the WPL, under tents, having the community come out to celebrate, gave a chance to get back to some sort of normalcy due to the Pandemic.  The Library building is scheduled to open to the public for limited service on June 15th.

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