The Kings Park Branch of the Smithtown Special Library District grand re-opened on Friday afternoon with a special ribbon cutting ceremony attended by locals, officials and library patrons.
Renovations, which began in April of 2011, are now complete and include a new and expanded children's room, a self-checkout area and a community room with audio visual capabilities.
All four libraries in the Smithtown Special Library district closed at different times over the past two years to undergo renovations, which have now all been completed. The Kings Park branch was the last to open.
Click here to see our photo gallery of the completed renovation
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