Martha Cooper Library Temporarily Closed for Renovations Beginning Friday, June 3

(TUCSON, Ariz.) – Beginning June 3, the Martha Cooper Library, at 1377 N. Catalina Avenue, will be temporarily closed for renovations. The library is expected to reopen on Monday, June 20.

The Comedy Magic SMartha Cooper Libraryhow, presented by Cody Landstrom as part of the Summer Learning event series, will be held on Saturday, June 18 from 11 a.m. to Noon as previously scheduled and announced.

The Martha Cooper Library is not currently available online as an option for reserve pick up, interlibrary loan (ILL), or Suggest a Purchase. It will become available again once the library reopens on June 20. In addition, the return book drop at the library will be closed throughout the renovation process.

Renovations to be completed during the closure include upgrades to service desk, installation of new computers in both children’s and computer common areas, construction of an interior book drop, and modifications to computer desks and job help station.

During the closure, patrons are encouraged to visit nearby libraries:

Founded in 2006 by Martha Cooper, the former president and founder of the Garden District Neighborhood Association, the library served more than 150,000 patrons in fiscal year 2014-2015. In total, more than 5.6 million people visited the 27 branches of the Pima County Public Library.


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