Eight city libraries to open late for staff training starting Wednesday

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(Courtesy VBPL)
(Courtesy VBPL)

Starting Wednesday, staff training will lead to one-day delayed openings at most public libraries in Virginia Beach.

Each library will open at 1 p.m. instead of 10 a.m. on the day of the training, which is scheduled to take place from Aug. 17 to Sept. 27.  The Wahab Public Law Library, 2425 Nimmo Pkwy., and the Joint-Use Library, 1700 College Crescent, will operate according to their regular schedules.

The dates of the delayed openings are:

Aug. 17 – Pungo-Blackwater Library, 916 Princess Anne Rd.

Aug. 18 – Bayside Area Library, 936 Independence Blvd.

Aug. 22 – Princess Anne Area Library, 1444 Nimmo Pkwy.

Aug. 23 – Oceanfront Area Library, 700 Virginia Beach Blvd.

Sept. 1 – Great Neck Area Library, 1251 Bayne Dr.

Sept. 22 – Windsor Woods Area Library, 3612 South Plaza Trail

Sept. 23 – Kempsville Area Library, 832 Kempsville Rd.

Sept. 27 – Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library, 4100 Virginia Beach Blvd.

To find out more about public libraries in Virginia Beach, including hours and locations, check here.

 

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Joan Quigley is a former Miami Herald business reporter, a graduate of Columbia Journalism School and an attorney. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post, TIME.com, nationalgeographic.com and Talking Points Memo. Joan Quigley is a former Miami Herald business reporter, a graduate of Columbia Journalism School and an attorney. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post, TIME.com, nationalgeographic.com and Talking Points Memo. Her recent book, Just Another Southern Town: Mary Church Terrell and the Struggle for Racial Justice in the Nation’s Capital, was shortlisted for the 2017 Mark Lynton History Prize. Her first book, The Day the Earth Caved In: An American Mining Tragedy, won the 2005 J. Anthony Lukas Work-in-Progress Award.