Thursday, August 3rd, at 6:30pm The Windsor Public Library is proud to reopen the doors of its rare and historic documents room following a long-awaited renovation of the space. This room along with the adjacent meeting room on the lower level of the Library have undergone a complete transformation, allowing patrons access to artifacts for personal research and additional space for group gatherings. The meeting room is also now equipped with state-of-the-art videoconferencing technology.


“We’re thrilled to make Windsor’s treasured historic newspapers available again inside a clean, warm, and well-lit environment,” says Tom Haushalter, president of the Library’s trustees. “We hope visitors will enjoy the new opportunity to explore our town’s fascinating past.”


All are welcome to come to the Library on Thursday, August 3rd, at 6:30pm, for an open house to celebrate the reopening of these rooms. Refreshments will be served, and Library staff will be on hand to share insights into the Library’s ongoing restoration vision.


“With a Library this vibrant, in a building this old, we face the twofold challenge of preservation and sustainability,” Haushalter says, “and reviving these rooms is an important step in our goal to make this space and its valuable resources accessible to everyone.”