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Posted on: February 8, 2018

Old Library Construction Begins

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The advisory board of the Weston Art and Innovation Center is excited to announce that construction is about to begin on the Old Library.  Activites will begin February 8th and are anticipated to last for approximately one year. The site will be encased in fencing, and as a construction zone will be off-limits to visitors.  


The two oak trees in the front yard will, unfortunately, need to be removed to make room for the new septic system; however, the large spruce tree in the rear of the building will be protected by its own fencing and other protective measures.  The construction is estimated to take about a year and regular updates on the renovation progress will be posted to the Weston Art & Innovation Center Construction blog to keep the community informed. Interested residents can sign up for notification of future blog postings by visiting weston.org/StayInformed. A display board will also be placed in the Weston Public Library with photos of the ongoing work, so please stop by to check it out or to ask any questions. 


The WAIC Advisory Board programming volunteers are going to be concentrating on getting the building open and functioning while construction is underway and therefore will be taking a break from programs starting over the summer. Check out the WAIC Event Calendar for upcoming programs and announcements of future programs.  New programs will begin in the new space.  

Please sign up for email or text alerts for the next blog construction update at www.weston.org/StayInformed. Look for the Weston Art and Innovation Center under Blogs.

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