Lorne Park library celebrates 50 years

Make sure you don’t get any cake on the books.

The Lorne Park library is officially 50-years-old on Saturday, marking a half-century of civic pride in Mississauga’s south end.

Under the 2004 Library Master Plan – which called for the redevelopment of the Port Credit Branch due to age, mechanical lifecycle issues and functionality – the Lorne Park location was redeveloped with the Port Credit and Lakeview branches for roughly $8 million.

The project received Governor General’s Medals in Architecture in 2012.

Bibliophiles, take note: National Library Week is being celebrated across the U.S. from April 9 to 15.

This gigantic birthday card can be signed at 1474 Truscott Dr.

@qewsouthpost

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