The Navasota Library looks basically the same as when it was built nearly 30 years ago. But thanks to a recently won grant, that’s about to change. Big-time.
Librarian Cheryl Franklin tells Navasota News, because the interior’s not changed since 1986 the Tocker foundation, who’s goals include promoting reading, awarded them the grant.
Among other things, the renovation will include replacing all the miss matched chairs and tables. Add a new circulation desk and put together a section for teens.
“When you have something new and colorful in the library,” Franklin continues, “it gets people excited, both patrons and my co-workers.”
Franklin says the construction should get started by the first of next month. And once it’s completed, she adds, expect to hear about a party at the newly improved, Navasota library.