A new display in the atrium section of the Johnson Building — known as Deferrari Hall — was installed last week. Thank you to those who have already added comments and questions to the interactive boards. On one side of the display, sample second-floor layouts of the children’s and teen areas are posted with some questions about future programming. The questions are:
- What kind of teen programs and activities would you like to see in the new teen zone?
- What kind of children’s programs and activities would you like to see in the new children’s library?
On the other side of the display, information gathered from the public during the springtime is shared (review that information here and here). Also posted is a depiction of what the entrance of the Johnson Building might look like without the granite screens in front of it along with the schedule of public roundtables. The second side of the display includes these two questions:
- What great experiences have you had in public buildings?
- What questions do you have for us?
If you are not able to visit the Central Library this fall or attend the one of the upcoming roundtables, please feel free to share your ideas on these questions by commenting on this blog, sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mailing a letter to Boston Public Library, 700 Boylston Street, Boston MA 02116.