DUBLIN, OH (WCMH) — There’s a new place to check out books in the Dublin area.
The new library, which officially opened Thursday, is the first library to open up in Dublin in the last 40 years. It is located at 75 North High Street.
The new library double the size of the former building, expanding to 41,000 square feet.
It is also bringing a modern look and update technology for library-goers.
The library also offers a cafe, a free homework help center for students, and much more.
The temporary Dublin branch on Dublin Center Drive is still open to customers. Its closing date will be announced in the coming months.