Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Little Falls Welcomes Back its Teens

Now that the school year is in full swing, it's nice to have a place where you can work on homework, chill with your friends, or take time to relax in peace and quiet. We are working to make the Little Falls branch of Montgomery County Public Libraries that place for you!

Our refreshed branch has a new teen section featuring an orange glassboard to unleash your creativity, comfortable seating for hanging out or working, and new shelving to ensure the maximum amount of in-demand books, graphic novels, audiobooks, and more. Be sure to thank Darth Vader for watching over the area the next time you are in.

welcoming teen space with furniture orangeboard and teen sign

Meet our teen librarian, Tara!

Tara standing next to Darth Vader statue


She is constantly working to come up with new ideas to help make Little Falls a great place for teens. You can stop in and see what Tara is recommending. If you check one out, be sure to let her know what you thought. She'll be more than happy to discuss it with you and recommend more books you'll love. In October, Tara will be recommending the absolute spoopiest books, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for those.

tara recommendations sign surrounded by books


If you are feeling a little bored after school, be sure to stop by the desk to try out one of our teen activity boxes. We currently have a Teen Puzzle Box, a Teen Beading Box, and a Teen Coloring Box available. All we need is a school ID or your library card, and you can get lost in a craft or activity. If you have ideas for other fun options we could provide, be sure to let us know!

box filled with coloring instruments on a table


As if the activity boxes aren't enough, Little Falls is also providing regular game nights every month. Be sure to check out our schedule of events on our website for details on the the next one, so you can stop on in to our meeting room and play all the hottest board games like Exploding Kittens, Settlers of Catan, Fluxx, and more.

board games on a cart


We also have an outstanding slate of teen programs at Little Falls. Hopefully you were able to make it out to help celebrate the grand opening of our teen section with our prize wheel, by making hats for Darth Vader, and making custom buttons. More recently, we celebrated back-to-school Harry Potter style by making potions, wands, and other fun stuff. Be sure to make it out to our Spoopy Halloween Party for Teens on Tuesday, October 31 from 4-5:30 pm.

table with multiple vials

Keep an eye on our calendar of events for more outstanding events, and don't hesitate to ask our team about what's on the horizon for teens at Little Falls. And while you are on our site, be sure to checkout the MCPL Teensite for inspiration on what to read next, all the news on MCPL teen events, and other awesome content.

Patrick Fromm,
Little Falls

Monday, August 21, 2017

Final Refresh Blog Post

Well, here we are everyone! The big day finally arrived, and the Little Falls Library had its soft reopening on Saturday, July 29. All of the anticipation, the hard work of so many different hands, and the support of the community paid off in droves when we opened the doors and let that flood of customers back in.

It was so exciting to see people taking in the all the changes, gobbling up new releases, and greeting our team, old and new. Thank you so much to everyone who came out and celebrated with us! In addition to welcoming back regular customers, we also met several new faces who had moved into the area while the branch was closed. They all expressed excitement at having such a lovely local library.

We have one more piece of excitement coming up this weekend. The ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place this coming Saturday, August 26, at 10 am. This will be another chance for everyone to celebrate the hard work that went into reopening this branch.

Now, our journey through these weekly blog posts is over. It was a pleasure sharing all the progress with you all, and I thank everyone who followed the blog during the refresh. Now, this blog will become a monthly publication concerning collections, programs, or services we want to highlight. Please continue to follow it; it's a fun way for us to provide Little Falls information to a wide audience.

Before I sign off on this Refresh project, I wanted to share a neat moment before we finally flipped that "Closed" sign to "Open". Almost our entire team worked on Saturday, and just minutes before the doors cracked open, we were standing around admiring the clean, new space packed with books awaiting an eager reader, and we could see the crowd gathering outside. It was eerily quiet at 9:56 am on a Saturday morning.

Cookies from our Friends of the Library were plated and ready to be devoured.
table set with cookies


The children's room was freshly merchandised and neatly ordered.
computers and bookshelves for children


The meeting room was set up for play.
Children's carpet on the floor
wall-mounted early literacy activities

The upstairs reading room was arranged.
rows of comfortable chairs and tables

Our teen area invited its visitors to answer the question: "What programs for teens do you want?"
desks and chairs with sign "Teen" on the wall


All of these facets of your library combined to finally welcome its customers home. The doors opened. You all flooded in. Books were checked out. Holds were placed. Toys were played with. Balloon animals were made. The rest of the day was a rush of excitement, positivity, and greetings. I wish I could have slowed it down to savor it, but I will always cherish that moment right as the doors opened, the exact moment we became a library again.

Thank you all for your support and patience! Welcome home.

We [heart] the Little Falls Library


Patrick Fromm,
Little Falls




Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Penultimate Weekly Blog Post

Well, we are really getting down to the wire here at Little Falls! In case you missed the announcement last week, we'll be reopening on Saturday, July 29th at 10 AM. Our ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on Saturday, August 26th at 10 AM.

This week was full of fun updates as the finishing touches are put on the building. Our signage that we picked out weeks ago came in, and it looks outstanding.

New Books sign at Little Falls Library

Additionally, the last bits of our lighting upgrade are underway in our hallways and meeting room.

Wires hanging from ceiling awaiting new lighting

On the staff side, we have been hard at work inventorying the whole collection. This process allows us to create an accurate database of all of our items so that you can find what you are looking for when you visit us. It takes a serious amount of work because we have to physically scan every item in the library. Our team has been having a blast with it, though. The air has been filled with the delightful chirp of scanners.

Little Falls worker conducting book inventory with a scanner and iPad

Thank you for continuing to follow our blog. I'm really looking forward to meeting you all in person. Just a few more days until I get to flip this baby over.

The Closed sign at the entrance of Little Falls Library

Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go help out with the rest of the scanning.

Patrick Fromm,
Little Falls


Thursday, July 13, 2017

The Post You Have Been Waiting For

Welcome back to another week's update of the Little Falls Library! Were it possible to insert a drum roll into a blog post, I would absolutely be doing that now. It is my incredible pleasure to announce that the Little Falls Library will have a soft reopening on Saturday, July 29th at 10 AM. At that point, we will resume normal service and welcome all our customers back into the newly refreshed space. Everyone here is anxiously waiting to start serving you again.

But the fun does not stop there! On Saturday, August 26, Little Falls will have a grand reopening ceremony. This will be a celebration of all the hard work that went into updating and renovating the branch. It will also be a celebration of the dedication and patience of our community as you waited for the library to reopen. Please mark it on your calendars.

Now, onto our progress from this week. The major headline from our work at the branch this week was the incredible efforts of our team to shift several collections in order to make room for new materials that had come in while the refresh project has been going on. Our work on the adult collection is almost done.

In addition to the adult collection, our children's collection team has also been working full force to get the incredible wealth of materials sorted, shelved, and ready for the reopening. The room is still a work in progress, but every day brings major steps towards a collection that is ready for our young customers to explore and be delighted. 

In building news, the last few lighting fixtures' installation has begun in the quiet room and the meeting room. We're extremely excited to see how appealing these areas are with the new lights turned on. 

New light fixtures at Little Falls Library

We also got wonderful sheeting on our walls to protect against the frequent flow of heavy metal carts and boxes. This will keep your library looking attractive and new despite the wear and tear of heavy use. 

Protective sheeting along walls of Little Falls Library

And, last but not least, we prepared for the delivery of our furniture in the children's librarians' and manager's offices by removing the old furniture. So, since there is a little bit of lag time before the new furniture is delivered, I'm writing this entry from the floor (sure, I could use one of our other computers, but would that be as fun of a photo?). Even though I am sitting low, my spirits are high because I know that every day brings us closer to reopening our doors. I'm looking forward to meeting all of you and sharing the honor of welcoming you back to your refreshed Little Falls Library. 

Chairless Little Falls Library manager Patrick Fromm


Please continue to follow this blog for more updates. And, as always, thanks for supporting Montgomery County Public Libraries--Where the County Reads, Where the County Meets, Where the County Learns! 

Patrick Fromm, 
Little Falls





Thursday, June 29, 2017

Lots of Progress at Little Falls

This has been another intense week at Little Falls! Workers of all sorts were in and out preparing the branch for its reopening, and all sorts of satisfying and aesthetically pleasing signs of progress were visible.

Painters gave a bright new coat of paint to the entrance, the molding around the windows, and other exterior areas of the building.

Newly painted doors at Little Falls Library

In addition, our elevators were painted to cover over lots of wear and tear. They look super spiffy and ready for action.

Little Falls Library's repainted elevator

All of our wooden doors were sanded down and stained. Eons of fingerprints, scrapes, and rogue marker streaks were erased in the blink of an eye. All the doors now radiate a warm, clean glow.

Restored wooden doors

Next, our quiet room shelving was removed in order to make way for fresh new shelving. We're extremely excited for that shelving to arrive, and we know the room is going to look totally transformed when we are finished. 

Finally, our new water line for the coffee vending machine was installed. Personally, this is one of my favorite additions. Nothing aids relaxing with a book like a hot cup of coffee, and this will allow all of our Little Falls customers to take advantage of that experience. 

On the staff side, our new desk was constructed in our workroom, and it looks perfect! Just in time too, because we have been working in the collection heavily to prepare for the opening.

New desk with desktop computer in the Little Falls staff area


We've gotten rid of the ancient foam hiding in our old shelving, and we are continuing to sort through materials to remove dirty, broken, or outdated materials and replace them with new books, audiobooks, and DVDs. 

Debris from the construction work within Little Falls

Whew. It certainly took a lot of work, but it seems like things are clicking into place as we head towards our reopening. Please continue to follow this blog to be notified of the opening date and to keep up to date on more progress at Little Falls. 

Thank you for supporting Montgomery County Public Libraries--where the County reads, where the County meets, where the County learns! 

Monday, June 26, 2017

Things are Bright at Little Falls

Another two weeks at the Little Falls Library brings more updates to our journey to reopen the library! The first update I would like to share is that we have a general timeline for the Little Falls Library to reopen. We hope to reopen in late July or early August. Our staff was able to return to the branch this week, and we'll be assessing the work needed to reopen the library. Once this is done, there will be a concrete date announced. Thank you for continuing to bear with us and support us as we make the library an even better part of Montgomery County Public Libraries.

This week was filled with construction as the lighting installers worked hard to install all of our new fixtures. Our areas with lower ceilings: childrens, teen, and audiobooks / DVDs, all got gorgeous embedded lights in the ceiling. It really brightens up the whole area, and it will make it much more welcoming, attractive, and easy to find what you are looking for! 

Light fixtures above the audiobooks section of Little Falls Library

Our higher ceilings are getting  more efficient and attractive lights compared to the previous wide, older rectangular florescent lights. These new lights have a much lower profile, which means that the lovely view from our windows is more visible and entrancing than ever. 

New light fixtures on the high ceiling of Little Falls Library


In other news, painters were on site painting the exterior of the building, and it is looking fabulous. The new coat of paint does wonders to restore the wear and tear of time, and it has been exciting to see how different the library looks from the beginning of each day to its end.

Some of our older shelving in the quiet study room has been removed to make room for new, attractive shelves, and we could not be happier! 

I hope you'll continue to follow this blog as we draw closer to the opening, and thank you for all of your support for Montgomery County Public Libraries--where the County reads, where the County meets, where the County learns! 

Patrick Fromm, 
Little Falls

Friday, June 9, 2017

The March of Progress Continues at Little Falls

Another week has passed by and Little Falls has continued to see a revolving door of wonderful people working to make sure that the branch is clean, updated, and fully refreshed for its reopening.

First things first, our signage process continued with a visit from Ashley from Image360. She prepared mock-ups for our new signage and picked out a color palette. It was a fun process thinking about all the library customers' needs and what signs will work best to highlight all of our offerings! Without the lights, it was a little difficult to match colors to the signs, but we got creative and persevered.

A man and a woman comparing color palettes to the Little Falls Library carpet.


Work on the lighting continued, this week as all of the light components were delivered to the library in preparation for their installation.

Stacks of lighting components in cardboard boxes.


Additionally, we had a visit from a power washer who sprayed clean the exterior of the building to free it of ivy, vines, and grime that had accumulated over time. It's a pretty major jump from before...

Grimy exterior of Little Falls Library

to after.

Power washed exterior of Little Falls Library

 And now, it is primed and ready for a fresh coat of paint which will be coming soon.

On the staff workroom side of things, our cute, new dishwasher was installed, and one of our cabinets was removed in order to be converted into more desk space.


Overall, it was a busy week here at Little Falls, and every day brings new progress and movement towards our reopening. Please keep following the blog for more updates. Thank you for your patience as we ensure that Little Falls library is refreshed and ready for you all! And, as always, thank you for supporting Montgomery County Public Libraries--where the County reads, where the County meets, where the County learns.

Patrick Fromm,
Little Falls

Friday, June 2, 2017

Preparation of the Branch for Reopening Continues . . .

The Department of General Services (DGS) continues its work on the finer details of the refresh project. Contractors removed old lighting fixtures in preparation for the installation of new ones next week.  Painters began painting the interior of the Massachusetts Avenue entrance doors.  Ceiling tile replacement is still underway. Additionally, the kitchen renovation is almost finished, and it looks lovely.

On the technology side, our ADA workstations were activated and tested out this week.

ADA workstation computer at Little Falls Library

Please continue to follow the blog, as we keep you informed about the work the Department of General Services has underway to get the branch ready for reopening.  Thank you for your dedication and support of Montgomery County Public Libraries (Where the County Reads, Where the County Meets, Where the County Learns).

Patrick Fromm,
Little Falls


Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Cleaning, Shelving, and Signage, Oh My!

This past week at the Little Falls Library flew by! The team worked hard to start reshelving the collection and preparing the branch for our eagerly anticipated reopening. Before I delve into what has happened this week, I wanted to take some time to give a little more information on who I am.

I started working in libraries in high school at the Catonsville Branch of the Baltimore County Public Library. I started as a person who put books back on the shelves, and I was fairly quickly promoted to a supervisory position. From there, I worked my way up the ladder on both the circulation and librarian side of the system. I tried my hand at many different facets of the library world. I was lucky enough to find my vocation in management.

Libraries are a special place to perform that role. It's a unparalleled pleasure to work at all times to better serve our customers. Very few places I have worked exhibit the dedication to their customers that public libraries do, and I value getting to be a part of that world. So, when I became aware of the Library Manager vacancy in Montgomery County Public Libraries, I knew I could bundle all that experience I gained in Baltimore County and bring it here to Montgomery County to share and grow. 

I live in Catonsville with my wife and our month old daughter, Grace. I'm really looking forward to meeting the Little Falls community in person and to continue working to give you exceptional library service!

Now, on to the library! Our staff worked hard to start organizing and shelving the loads of materials that had been packed up or newly arrived while the branch was being refreshed. But before we could put the materials on the shelf, we had to make sure that they were dust-free and book ready. 

Empty book shelves

Once that was done, we had great help from our movers to unbox the items and line them up for evaluation and organization.

Library books on tables awaiting sorting and reshelving

Library books on tables awaiting sorting and reshelving
Finally, we began loading them onto the shelves.

Library books on shelves
We still have a lot of work ahead of us; the pictures barely do justice to just how robust our collection is. And with every shelf we fill, we cannot wait for our customers to get back in and start borrowing again!

In addition to our team's work preparing and shelving materials, we had workers on site beginning the construction on our new staff kitchen. Thanks to the Little Falls Chapter of the Friends of the Library, Montgomery County, Inc. for their generous support of this construction; it is greatly appreciated by the Little Falls Library staff!

Staff kitchen under construction
Finally, we started the process of selecting the new signs for the branch to match our new color scheme and to represent the collections that have moved.

This week's progress has really started to make the branch feel like a library again! We still have a lot of work to go, but each day brings visible proof of our march towards the grand reopening.

I hope you continue to follow the blog to keep abreast of updates and the eventual announcement of our reopening date! Thank you for your patience as we continue to refresh the branch for your enjoyment, and thank you for your continued support of Montgomery County Public Libraries (Where the County Reads, Where the County Meets, Where the County Learns).

Patrick Fromm,
Little Falls

Little Falls branch manager Patrick Fromm

Friday, May 19, 2017

Mountains of Books at the Little Falls Branch

Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Patrick Fromm, and I have the absolute pleasure of being the new Little Falls Branch Manager. I'm so excited to meet all of you and to see all that the Little Falls area has to offer! But before that happens, we have to ensure that your collection is shelved, ordered, and ready to be paired with its reader, listener, or viewer on our opening day, which I promise is coming soon! 

Moving truck in the Little Falls Library parking lotHuge thanks to the Moving Services Unit for making arrangements for a team of movers on Thursday to bring in pallet after pallet of materials on a hot day. The Moving Services Unit is part of our wonderful Montgomery County Department of General Services, Division of Facilities Management. The Little Falls staff really appreciates their hard work getting our items to the right areas of the building. It was exciting to see so much of the collection returning to the branch. After all, a big part of a library is its diverse collection, and our shelves are crying out to be filled. I know we will all be happy when the books, movies, CDs, and other items are in their rightful home. 

Until then, however, we have mountains of boxes to go through. 
Boxes of books piled up in the Little Falls Library

The good news is that our whole staff will be reporting to the building next week so that we can get to work on returning everything to the shelves and straightening up the building. 

On the building front, repairs and upgrades continue as we prepare the branch for its reopening. We thank you for your continued patience while we ensure that everything is polished and refreshed for our returning visitors. 

Some of our programming is still ongoing while we are closed. The Little Falls Adult Book Discussion Group, known as the Literary Salon, will meet at the Chevy Chase Library on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at 11:00 PM to discuss the book, Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska. This will be the third, and final discussion for the spring 2017 series of the Literary Salon, entitled “Immigrants and Refugees.” Copies may still be available for borrowing at the Chevy Chase branch.

The Little Falls English Conversation Club continues to meet at the Fourth Presbyterian Church, 5500 River Road, Bethesda, MD, 20816, on Fridays, from 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM.

Please continue to follow our blog for regular updates! I look forward to meeting you all in person and welcoming you to your new, refreshed Little Falls Library.

Patrick Fromm,
Little Falls




Friday, May 12, 2017

Little Falls Library Refresh, ... and the doors will be opening on, ...

Little Falls Library Refresh, ... when will those doors be opening ...

exterior of Little Falls building
To all our customers, friends, well-wishers, stakeholders, and yes, our children who are anxious to get into that wonderful, delightful, sometimes magical, always enchanting place we call our library, I am just as excited as you are for an opening day, a question which is on the lips of all with whom I am in contact daily. I beg of you just a wee bit more of your patience.

Good things are happening, and the welcoming light—opening day—is at the end of the tunnel.

The Little Falls staff, who are functioning at the other libraries in the area, have been notified about a date for their return to the Little Falls Library. Now that most of the structural related aspects of the refresh have been completed (with just a few remaining items), staff is needed within the building to prepare for the re-opening. Although the library has been closed for the refresh, the purchase of new materials for the library’s collection has been on-going, so that a wealth of new materials will be awaiting your return. All these will have to shelved before the doors are opened to welcome back our customers. Additionally, the materials which have been transported out of the branch to the warehouse for storage, will be returning.

empty shelving units

And the work continues towards re-opening. You will be informed, as soon as we get into the countdown towards the sentence, “the doors will be opening on …"

Some of our library programs are continuing at other locations, and we are indeed aware of the anxiety of all to return to home base. We again beg for a wee bit of your patience.

The Little Falls Adult Book Discussion Group, known as the Literary Salon, will meet at the Chevy Chase Library on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at 11:00 PM to discuss the book, Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska. This will be the third, and final discussion for the spring 2017 series of the Literary Salon, entitled “Immigrants and Refugees.” Copies may still be available for borrowing at the Chevy Chase branch.

The Little Falls English Conversation Club continues to meet at the Fourth Presbyterian Church, 5500 River Road, Bethesda, MD, 20816, on Fridays, from 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM.

Check back soon for more news about the refresh activity. And continue to follow our blog! More to come!

Ken Lewis
Little Falls












Friday, May 5, 2017

Little Falls...Getting Closer to the End!

Every week brings us closer to the return of the Little Falls staff to the branch and the subsequent internal preparation of the branch for reopening. The refresh work at the branch goes on. The laying of carpet in areas which were previously omitted is finished throughout the building. Furniture for both the upper and lower levels is still arriving.  Miscellaneous “to do” items which are brought to the contractor’s attention are being attended to expeditiously.

The previous stage of the roof replacement work, (see our post from April 7, 2017, "Little Falls, Construction and Refresh Updates") showed the installation of the guttering and the downspouts around the building. That work having been done, the final stage of the roof replacement work, the installation of the roof shingles on the roof surface, is now underway. This work and the installation of the light fixtures around the eaves of the building, when done, will bring the major exterior refresh related work to completion. We are indeed getting closer to the end.

Don’t forget the programming which the branch offers. The Little Falls adult book discussion group, known as the Literary Salon, will meet at the Chevy Chase Library on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at 12:00 PM to discuss the book, Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska. This will be the third, and final discussion for the spring 2017 series of the Literary Salon, entitled “Immigrants and Refugees.” Copies may still be available for borrowing at the Chevy Chase branch.

The Little Falls Conversation Club continues to meet at the Fourth Presbyterian Church, 5500 River Road, Bethesda, MD, 20816, on Fridays, from 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM.

Check back soon for more news about the refresh activity. And continue to follow our blog! More to come!

Ken Lewis
Little Falls

Friday, April 28, 2017

Things Are Shaping Up!

Refreshed Little Falls children's areaContinuing on the “heels” of our blog from last week, the tremendous push by the children’s staff to clean and reshelve the collection, boxed after the water pipe break, has enabled us to provide the needed space for the new incoming furniture and shelving.  Now beginning to take shape in the recently liberated space is our new children’s room with attractive, pleasing, and colorful pieces of furniture and new shelving.  The result is a quantum leap forward from what was there originally.

Refreshed Little Falls children's area
As the furniture and all the other pieces destined for that area continue to arrive, we will continue to keep you informed.

Also occurring during the past week, the finishing material for the roof has arrived and is sitting as “sentinels” on the roof, patiently guarding the positions where they will be placed when the crews working on the roof resume their job of laying down the material.

Exterior of Little Falls Library with construction material on the roof
As the work on the library continues towards completion, those library programs which are held at other locations are continuing. The Little Falls adult book discussion group, known as the Literary Salon, will meet at the Chevy Chase Library on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at 12:00 PM to discuss the book, Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska. This will be the third, and final discussion for the spring 2017 series of the Literary Salon, entitled “Immigrants and Refugees.” Copies may still be available for borrowing at the Chevy Chase branch.

The Little Falls Conversation Club continues to meet at the Fourth Presbyterian Church, 5500 River Road, Bethesda, MD, 20816, on Fridays, from 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM.

Check back soon for more news about the refresh activity. And continue to follow our blog! More to come!

Ken Lewis
Little Falls












Friday, April 21, 2017

Wiring, Cabling, Data Drops and Books

The Little Falls heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system.
Little Falls HVAC
Being an “up-front” witness to the construction/refresh process has had its moments of awe and appreciation as the workmen and technicians went about their respective duties in executing the work, which is required to wire the building for electrical power, and to pull the necessary cabling, which is essential for the transmission of data throughout the building.  County staff have been busy installing the network grid as well as internet data jacks for the public computers.  And, at the end of it all,  you, our customers, will be able to enjoy the most up to date technologies when Little Falls reopens.

County staff and contractors are also on the job wiring the new, recently installed heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system.  They are busy making the necessary connections so that its operations can be controlled and monitored from a central Montgomery County location for both efficiency and function.      
                                                                         
Children's Room - Before
At the same time as the wiring activities have been occurring, the children’s librarians have been working diligently in the Children’s Room on the lower level, tackling the momentous task of restoring the area to its “pre-flood damaged state.” This undertaking involved the unpacking of a total of approximately 720 boxes, cleaning the books, and re-shelving them in their appropriate locations within the children's area. 

I am delighted to report that we have succeeded in attaining our objective, as can be seen by the "before" and "after" pictures .  Kudos go out to this team of dedicated workers for the team spirit which they demonstrated during this undertaking. The preparation of this area sets the stage for the installation of the new furniture, shelving, chairs, and tables which will be coming to the Children's Room soon. We are excited about the end result and look forward to your seeing it at our re-opening.
Children's Room - After

As always there is more to come. Keep reading our blog!