The Regional Library and Arts Center will be the future home of The Warrior Public Library and If you’ve been at 140 Cane Creek Road in Warrior recently, then you probably noticed something different about the former National Guard Armory – it’s sporting a new façade, insulation, energy-efficient lighting, clerestory windows, upgraded restroom facilities, and roofing upgrades.
Now … imagine that you come back again soon, and you find this:
A fully equipped Library and Technology Center. This large and spacious center will revolutionize the way you think about libraries! The Warrior Public Library will move into this facility and provide you with access to digital libraries across the nation. You’ll enjoy programs for both children and adults and be able to seek job assistance – all in comfortable surroundings. This facility will be a Community Technology Center with free broadband service for all.
A Center for Visual and Performing Arts. Here you will be able to experience remarkable art, theater, and music. You will be able to join in arts classes and cultural events. You can study and create art and work together on crafts and ideas for making things.
A comfortable Community Center. You’ll find spaces for meetings, sipping coffee, reading, and relaxing for citizens in rural communities of North Jefferson County and adjoining areas.
This Regional Library and Arts Center will be a community hub to offer you an enjoyable place to support your learning, creativity, and discovery.
Who is driving this project? A tax-exempt foundation – the Regional Library and Arts Foundation – composed of citizens from Warrior, Corner, Hayden, Morris, and Kimberly.
This is a pay as you go project, so we conduct lots of activities. If you have ideas and energy to help us make this vision a reality, please know that we welcome your help and involvement. Keep an eye on the Foundation's Facebook page for announcements or to post a question or comment. You can also email Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With your help, the Regional Library and Arts Center will be a vibrant and welcoming place for the whole community, attracting people of all ages and all backgrounds in this growing region. It will be the focus of a variety of cultural, learning and recreational opportunities. A place to have fun!
The Regional Library and Arts Foundation is a
non-profit 501(c)3 organization. They are a group of volunteers, working to secure funds to renovate the armory into The Regional Library and Arts Center. The Regional Library and Arts Foundation is always looking for volunteers. For more information, visit www.regionallibraryandartsfoundation.com