|Poland Branch Library Building Project|
|Poland Library, designed by The 4M Company, Architects, was included in a Berkshire Publishing coffee table book, HEART OF THE COMMUNITY: LIBRARIES WE LOVE. Poland is one of only 80 public libraries in the U.S. and Canada, which will be featured in the book, published 2006.
|For more details about the project, including a history of Poland Library, view the Poland Informational Brochure|
|Project Status - COMPLETE - Poland Library opened December 3, 2001|
|Constructed in a traditional, timeless look, reflecting the classical Greek Revival architecture of the Western Reserve, the new Poland Library is destined to become a landmark in Mahoning County.|
|Location: 311 South. Main St., Poland, OH 44514|
|Size: Total building is 35,610 square feet (Previous library was 4,600 square feet)|
|Library Hours: Click Here for Poland Library Hours|
|Architect: 4M Company Architects & Planners|
|Contractor: Frontier Woodworking|
|Groundbreaking Ceremony: June 7, 2000|
|Construction Milestone - Cupola Raising: January 9,2001|
|Governor's Visit/Sneak Preview: November 14, 2001|
|Open House for the Public: November 25, 2001|
|Grand Opening: December 3, 2001|
|View images of Poland Library by clicking on the links below:|
|Old Poland Seminary||Children's Room|
|The New Poland Library||View of Adult Reading Area|
|Front Entrance of the New Library||Unique Example of True Recycling|
|Evening View of the Library||Terraces Overlooking Yellow Creek|
|Welcome Inside||Friends Bookstore|
|Poland Library||Interior View of the Library|
|View of Children's Area||Library Cafe|
|It is not too late to make your mark on Poland Library! If youve walked through the library, youve noticed nameplates on various items, in addition to the beautiful, hand-carved Tree of Knowledge sculpture on the wall in the lower level entrance.
With your contribution, you will be honored by having your name placed on a plaque or nameplate associated with a sponsored item an enduring tribute to your support of the Librarys goal of lifelong learning.
For more information, contact the Development office at: (330)744-8636.
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|Architectural Diagrams of the new Poland Library|