If you are in the neighborhood, stop by the new Oakton Library between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 29 for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, a classical music concert, storytelling, tours and more to celebrate the opening of the Fairfax County Public Library’s 22nd branch. The branch is located at 10304 Lynnhaven Place near its intersection with Hunter Mill Road.
The new building is the first library branch in the Providence District and a “green building,” registered for certification according to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design guidelines developed by the U.S. Green Building Council.
The branch has all the amenities of a 21st-century library with self-check-out and wireless access, as well as 70,000 items, a meeting room, conference room, quiet study area, group study area and a professional staff ready to help you locate the information you need.
So, even if you can’t make it for Saturday’s festivities, make a point of stopping in soon.