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New children's area of library may open this week

 

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Enkhbaatar Nyamjar varnishes a wooden seat in the newly renovated children's area of the Menlo Park Library, which has been closed for months during the privately funded construction project sponsored by the Menlo Park Library Foundation.

Mr. Nyamjar works for Homeline Inc., a subcontracting firm.

Children's Librarian Michelle Barrese said the goal is to open the section as early as this week.

There will be a grand opening party on Saturday, March 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. that will include appearances by Boswick the Clown and Raul the Balloon Artist, and activities including a scavenger hunt, according to Jane Wyman of the library foundation.

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