The new Interlakes Branch of the Cariboo Regional District Library will officially open to the public tomorrow.
Originally it was to have opened last year not long after the Mcleese Lake Library was but was delayed as Area L Director Brian Coakley explains
“Some of the challenges of getting it open was of course, the wildfires last summer definitely caused significant delays in opening this library. Because the modular building was coming from Kamloops the road closures really delayed the delivery and installation”.
Coakley said another factor delaying the library’s opening was the amount of snow that had fallen in the area.
The new Interlakes Branch of the Cariboo Regional District Library will be open wednesdays, thursdays and saturdays from two til six and the grand opening is scheduled for march 24th.
The Cariboo Regional District Library is an integrated public library system that currently provides services to residents of the regional district through fifteen branch libraries.